Attack with 1…e5 Complete Repertoire for Black by GM Sipke Ernst (10 hours 48 mins Video Running Time) 

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  • Video Introduction  Closed
  • Chapter 1. Middle Gambit  Closed
  • Chapter 2. Bishop’s Opening  Closed
  • Chapter 3. King’s Gambit I Sidelines  Closed
  • Chapter 4. King’s Gambit II 3.Nf3  Closed
  • Chapter 5. King’s Gambit III 3.Bc4  Closed
  • Chapter 6. Vienna I 3.f4  Closed
  • Chapter 7. Vienna II  Closed
  • Chapter 8. Ponziani 3…d5  Closed
  • Chapter 9. Four Knights Game Scotch Variation  Closed
  • Chapter 10. Spanish Opening Four Knights I 5.Ba4  Closed
  • Chapter 11. Spanish Opening Four Knights II 5.Bc4  Closed
  • Chapter 12. Scotch Gambit  Closed
  • Chapter 13. Scotch Game I Sidelines  Closed
  • Chapter 14. Scotch Game II 7.h4  Closed
  • Chapter 15. Scotch Game III 9.b3 g6 10.g3  Closed
  • Chapter 16. Scotch Game IV 10.f4  Closed
  • Chapter 17. Scotch Game V 9.Nd2  Closed
  • Chapter 18. Italian Game I 5.Nc3  Closed
  • Chapter 19. Italian Game II 5.0-0  Closed
  • Chapter 20. Italian Game III Bg5  Closed
  • Chapter 21. Italian Game IV 8.a4  Closed
  • Chapter 22. Italian Game V 8.Re1  Closed
  • Chapter 23. Two Knights I 8.Qf3  Closed
  • Chapter 24. Two Knights II 8.Be2  Closed
  • Chapter 25. Two Knights III 8.Bd3  Closed
  • Chapter 26. Ruy Lopez Exchange I 5…Ne7 Sidelines  Closed
  • Chapter 27. Ruy Lopez Exchange II 5…Ne7 with 8.Qg5  Closed
  • Chapter 28. Ruy Lopez Exchange III 5th Move Sidelines  Closed
  • Chapter 29. Ruy Lopez 5th Move Alternatives  Closed
  • Chapter 30. Ruy Lopez Worrall Attack  Closed
  • Chapter 31. Ruy Lopez Opening Anderssen Variation I  Closed
  • Chapter 32. Ruy Lopez Opening Anderssen Variation II  Closed
  • Chapter 33. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk I  Closed
  • Chapter 34. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk II  Closed
  • Chapter 35. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk III 9.h3  Closed
  • Chapter 36. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk IV 9.a4  Closed
  • Chapter 37. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk V 9.Be3  Closed
  • Chapter 38. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk VI 7.Bc2 and 8.a4  Closed
  • Chapter 39. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk VII 7.Bc2 and 8.d4  Closed
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    It’s no secret that this “classical” response to 1.e4 is the most time-tested, and a long-proven way for black to first equalize, and then take the initiative, even at the highest level.

    1…e5 was used by long-time Sicilian player Vladimir Kramnik, as his secret weapon to steal Garry Kasparov’s 15-year throne. And it is regularly used now by other stars from Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana to Lev Aronian and Hikaru Nakamura.

    But there is one problem “mere mortals” tend to worry about in choosing 1…e5 as their weapon…

    Mountains of theory.

    What I have for you today is an easy-to-learn repertoire from GM Sipke Ernst that puts the pressure right back on white, with dangerous, computer-approved responses to all of white’s little tricks…whether the bishop is on c4 (Italian) or b5 (Spanish) or whether white plays anything in between.

    With minimal theory for you to memorize!

    You get 11 hours of intensive video training, a highly detailed PGN to review each line with, as well as an online practicum.

    What Makes This Repertoire ELITE? You’ll Discover…

    • Crystal Clear Positional Ideas! Learn tons of sophisticated ideas like …c4! in the Ruy Lopez which gets a positional edge no matter what white does (see Chapter 39 to unlock all!)
    • Irresistible Attacking Ideas! In Chapter 18 you’ll be armed with a terrifying piece of sacrifice you can use against the Italian setups which destroys the king’s position and leaves him helpless!
    • Crushing Refutations to Dubious Lines! Not sure what to do against the King’s Gambit, Danish or Ponziani? Use ideas like Bobby Fischer’s refutation, take the “free” pawn, and leave King’s Gambit players stunned and lost on move 8!

    Whether you’re already a 1.e4 player looking for some more weapons, or you’re ready to start from scratch with 1…e5, everything you need is in GM Ernst‘s course.

    This is a complete, easy-to-learn repertoire that’ll strike fear into 1.e4 players and score you many more points in your tournaments.

    Outline:

    Introduction
    Chapter 1. Middle Gambit
    Chapter 2. Bishop’s Opening
    Chapter 3. King’s Gambit I Sidelines
    Chapter 4. King’s Gambit II 3.Nf3
    Chapter 5. King’s Gambit III 3.Bc4
    Chapter 6. Vienna I 3.f4
    Chapter 7. Vienna II
    Chapter 8. Ponziani 3…d5
    Chapter 9. Four Knights Game Scotch Variation
    Chapter 10. Spanish Opening Four Knights I 5.Ba4
    Chapter 11. Spanish Opening Four Knights II 5.Bc4
    Chapter 12. Scotch Gambit
    Chapter 13. Scotch Game I Sidelines
    Chapter 14. Scotch Game II 7.h4
    Chapter 15. Scotch Game III 9.b3 g6 10.g3
    Chapter 16. Scotch Game IV 10.f4
    Chapter 17. Scotch Game V 9.Nd2
    Chapter 18. Italian Game I 5.Nc3
    Chapter 19. Italian Game II 5.0-0
    Chapter 20. Italian Game III Bg5
    Chapter 21. Italian Game IV 8.a4
    Chapter 22. Italian Game V 8.Re1
    Chapter 23. Two Knights I 8.Qf3
    Chapter 24. Two Knights II 8.Be2
    Chapter 25. Two Knights III 8.Bd3
    Chapter 26. Ruy Lopez Exchange I 5…Ne7 Sidelines
    Chapter 27. Ruy Lopez Exchange II 5…Ne7 with 8.Qg5
    Chapter 28. Ruy Lopez Exchange III 5th Move Sidelines
    Chapter 29. Ruy Lopez 5th Move Alternatives
    Chapter 30. Ruy Lopez Worrall Attack
    Chapter 31. Ruy Lopez Opening Anderssen Variation I
    Chapter 32. Ruy Lopez Opening Anderssen Variation II
    Chapter 33. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk I
    Chapter 34. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk II
    Chapter 35. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk III 9.h3
    Chapter 36. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk IV 9.a4
    Chapter 37. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk V 9.Be3
    Chapter 38. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk VI 7.Bc2 and 8.a4
    Chapter 39. Ruy Lopez Neo-Archangelsk VII 7.Bc2 and 8.d4

    About the Author

    GM Sipke Ernst [FIDE 2606]

    is an international grandmaster, and a professional chess coach. He was born in 1979, learned chess at the age of 9 at school, and has been hooked on the game ever since. GM Sipke Ernst holds an MA degree in Dutch Language and Culture.