Moves of first necessity are relatively unexplored part of the decision-making process. In his lecture, GM Grigor Grigorov will explain how this concept can optimize your intuition and time management. The lecture is a kind of introduction to the Modern Chess camp "Practical Decision Making". You can find more information about the camp at https://www.modern-chess.com/april-wo... Those of you who subscribe to the camp will get access to the PGN file from the lecture "Moves of First Necessity".
In this discussion, GM Pavel Eljanov will share his experience in the Reversed Sicilian (1.c4 e5). He will present a selection of his most instructive games in this opening. During the analysis, GM Eljanov will talk about basic positional ideas, pawn structures, and theoretical trends. The discussion is a kind of introduction to the Modern Chess camp Understand the Reversed Sicilian (1.c4 e5) - Pawn Structures, Tactical Ideas, Strategy, and Theoretical Trends. You can find more information concerning the camp at https://www.modern-chess.com/workshop-understand-the-reversed-sicilian-1c4-e5-pawn-structures-tactical-ideas-strategy-and-theoretical-trends
GM Grigor Grigorov and GM Petar Arnaudov are going to provide live coverage of the tournament featuring the London System.