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Databases of the Month

Play the Gruenfeld Defence - Part 1 (6h and 50min Running Time)
Expert Repertoire against the Italian - Part 1 (2h and 15min Running Time)
Understand the Hedgehog (9h Running Time)
Practical Repertoire against Ruy Lopez (Approx.2h Video Running Time)
Play the Dubov Tarrasch (3h and 20min Video Running Time)
Understand the Sveshnikov Sicilian (9h Video Running Time)
Evaluation and Plan (9h Running Time)
Classical Sicilian - Expert Repertoire for Black (Approx 15h Running Time)
Calculate Like a Grandmaster (9h Running Time)
English Opening: Complete Repertoire for White with IM David Fitzsimons (11 hours 30 mins Video Running Time)
Play the Benko - Complete Repertoire for Black (7.5h Running Time)


Forthcoming

 Saturday, November 19, 2022

Understand the Maroczy Bind

Maroczy Bind is one of the most common structures in chess. It can be reached by many different openings and move orders. GM Petar Arnaudov will share his knowledge of this highly complex opening as a specialist in this structure. The camp will focus more on the typical positional, tactical, and endgame ideas, but you will also get good theoretical knowledge.
 Friday, November 25, 2022

DIGITAL PRODUCT - Practical Nimzo-Indian Repertoire

Everyone knows that the Nimzo-Indian is one of the most reliable chess openings. Probably you want to include it in your repertoire but you are perplexed by it's complexity. GM Grigorov has a solution. In 5 lectures, he will provide a practical and straightforward repertoire. The opening choices will be very consistent because they will revolve around similar pawn structures.
 Sunday, November 27, 2022

DIGITAL PRODUCT - Understand the Modern Benoni

Modern Benoni is one of the most suitable openings when you want to play for a win with Black. Being a Benoni expert himself, GM Papaioannou will share his understanding of this highly complex and exciting opening. In 5 lectures, GM Papaioannou will present complete solution for Black after 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 and 3.g3. In both cases, Black plays 3...c5.

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FIDE CANDIDATES - THEORETICAL COVERAGE (Round 14)

This video provides detailed theoretical coverage of Round 14 of the FIDE Candidates 2022.


FIDE CANDIDATES - THEORETICAL COVERAGE (Round 13)

This video provides detailed theoretical coverage of Round 13 of the FIDE Candidates 2022.


FIDE CANDIDATES - THEORETICAL COVERAGE (Round 12)

This video provides detailed theoretical coverage of Round 12 of the FIDE Candidates 2022.


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