If you’re going to play the Queen’s Gambit Declined, you’ll need to know several move orders in case your opponent chooses something you weren’t first expecting.
What can Black play against different White move orders? GM Gregory Kaidanov gives you a comprehensive lesson on this important opening topic.
Watch this video to round out your queen’s pawn opening repertoire. | Ver vídeo
What opening would Mike Tyson choose if he played chess?
GM Simon Williams thinks he’d pick a super-aggressive opening, probably one from the “spicy” series.
Continuing to reveal his secret opening repertoire, GM Williams shows you his favorite setups against the Scandinavian Defense. | Ver vídeo
Can IM Daniel Rensch teach you 40 openings in a single video? In part one of this fundamental video series, enjoy a crash course in pawn structure for every main-line chess opening. In this fast-paced lesson, IM Rensch surveys the key elements of the openings and shows you the crucial ideas for each arising structure. If you’re a chess beginner, there isn’t a better video for your opening repertoire. If you’re a more advanced player, take this as a refresher course. | Ver vídeo
What happens when the Albin Counter Gambit meets up with GM Finegold's opening repertoire? A Chigorin cousin with queenside knights is born! Finegold speculates that the opening is far better than its reputation, and sets out to prove it by showing three games in less than 15 minutes! If offbeat but playable openings are your thing, this land-speed record will set you off on the right foot. Why not enter choose an opening you'll know more about than your opponent? | Ver vídeo
GM Perelshteyn's series on controlling the dark-squares, via a thematic opening repertoire approach, continues today with a surprising turn: He proves that you don't even need the dark-squared bishop to make this dream a reality! He highlights variations from his co-authored book with one of our own (GM Dzindzichashvili) and shows how a main line of the Nimzo Indian can work as well. | Ver vídeo