Every 1.d4 player should find a reliable solution to the systems in which Black develops his bishop to g7. This package provides you with a reliable and lifetime repertoire against the following openings: King's Indian Defence, Grunfeld Defence, Modern Benoni Defence, and Benko Gambit
The openings based on 1...Nf6 followed by ...e7-e6 are probably the most classical way to meet 1.d4. Black goes for a quick development while keeping good control of the control of the centre. When you study classical openings, together with the related pawn structures, you also improve your chess understanding.
After studying these 6 databases you will no longer fear 1...d5 in response to 1.d4. In all the databases, before the theoretical part, the authors provide an extensive coverage of the typical pawn structures.
These six databases feature some of the most important components of the middlegame play. All the databases include instructive model games which are divided by topic and interactive test positions. This package will help you a lot to improve your practical play.
The best way to study endgames is to study the games of endgame experts. The Swedish grandmaster Ulf Andersson and the World Champion Magnus Carlsen are the perfect models.
Learning chess classics is essential for the development of every chess player. In our Classics databases, we present the most instructive moments in the games of classical players. In each database, the games are divided into topics. Additionally, you can solve a variety of test positions.
These four databases provide you with a lifetime repertoire against the Sicilian Defence. All the databases are divided into three parts - Pawn Structures, Theory, and Test Section.
This package includes 5 opening databases which provide you with a complete solution to the King's Indian Defence. Each database includes a theoretical section and interactive tests. The bases Play the Makagonov against King's Indian Defence by GM Mihail Marin and Complete Repertoire for White after 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.g3 by Roiz also include typical pawn structures.
These two databases provide extremely practical lifetime repertoire for Black. Since the arising positions are not forced, the understanding of the arising pawn structures is more important than the knowledge of the theory. On the other hand, the flexibility of Black's setup makes possible to play for a win.
The English Opening has always been one of White's most fundamental choices. You will hardly find a top-level player who does not have this opening in his repertoire. Nowadays, in our computer-driven era, English Opening is getting even more popular. The reason is that it is by no means simple for the opponent to prepare against 1.c4. Since the pawn structure is very flexible, we have a wide range of options on every move. Therefore, in most of the lines, general understanding tends to be more important than knowledge of concrete lines.