FOXY OPENINGS - VOLUME 120 - Anti-Gambit Guide for 1. d4
Description / FOXY OPENINGS - VOLUME 120 - Anti-Gambit Guide for 1. d4
Hosted by: International Master Andrew Martin
Running Time: Over 110 Minutes
Have you ever been worried that you dont know enough about gambits. Relax, because help is at hand.
FIDE Senior Trainer and IM Andrew Martin follows up the Vol. 119 - Anti-Gambit Guide 1.E4, with this latest and all-new DVD for Foxy Openings, providing more antidotes to all of the most commonly-played gambits after 1 d4 and suggests that there is nothing to fear after all, as long as you treat these openings with respect.
Volume 2 of the Anti-Gambit guide covers the following queens pawn openings:
- The Benko Gambit The Budapest Gambit
- The Blackmar-Diemer Gambit
- The Von Hennig-Schara Gambit
- The Englund Gambit
Get on top of the aggressive play of the opponent with this all-new Foxy Openings DVD from Andrew Martin.
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