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E-DVD - Lilov Chess Institute - #1 - Openings for Club Players - IM Valeri Lilov - Over 18 Hours of Content!

Opening Repertoire for White & Black - By IM Valeri Lilov
If you want to be able to get better positions out of the opening – and avoid any nasty traps – this comprehensive repertoire from IM Valeri Lilov is the ideal solution. IM Lilov has selected his favorite systems to deal with the openings you are most likely to face in club and tournament play.
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Description / E-DVD - Lilov Chess Institute - #1 - Openings for Club Players - IM Valeri Lilov - Over 18 Hours of Content!

Lilov Chess Institute – Vol 01

If you want to be able to get better positions out of the opening – and avoid any nasty traps – this comprehensive repertoire from IM Valeri Lilov is the ideal solution. IM Lilov has selected his favorite systems to deal with the openings you are most likely to face in club and tournament play.
This bundle brings together the Lilov Chess Institute Opening Repertoire for White and Opening Repertoire for Black to form a complete opening repertoire that will pay you dividends for the rest of your chess career!
The next time you have to face that tricky variation, you’ll be ready to turn the tables with deeper strategic understanding, knowledge of the major weaknesses and how to exploit them plus a few sneaky tricks of your own!
Whether you’re a 1.e4 or 1.d4 player, you’ll find answers to all your opening problems. Want a powerful line that takes French Defense players out of their book early? Need to know what to do against the Dutch? Struggling against the Sicilian?
What about as Black? Do you get passive when playing the Caro-Kann? Not know where to put your pieces in the King’s Indian? Confused by the Closed Sicilian? IM Lilov has got you covered.
Imagine having instant access to IM coaching on any opening you might need to learn! Huge, unreadable opening books are a thing of the past. Now you have the knowledge you need at your fingertips.
This 20 hour course is your new openings trainer, preparing you to take on and beat your rivals in their favorite openings!

Lilov Chess Institute Opening Repertoire for White

Chapter Outline:The English Opening

  1. English Botvinnik system against …c5
  2. English Botvinnik system against …d5
  3. English Botvinnik system against the Dutch …f5
  4. English Botvinnik system against …Bb4/…Bc5
  5. English Botvinnik system against …Bc5
  6. English Botvinnik system summary (…e5/…c5)
  7. English Botvinnik system summary (other lines)
  8. How to play against the French Defense
  9. How to play against the Caro-Kann, Pirc and Alekhine Defenses
  10. 1.e4 – early deviations
  11. 1.e4 e5 – early deviations
  12. Methods against the Alekhine, Pirc and Scandinavian Defenses
  13. Methods against the Sicilian, French and Caro-Kann Defenses
  14. How to play against the Sicilian Defense
  15. How to play against the Scandinavian Defense
  16. Overview of the Four Knights and Spanish Openings
  17. How to play the Four Knights Game – main line
  18. The Four Knights Game – typical positions
  19. The Four Knights Game – typical endgames
  20. How to play against the Albin counter-gambit
  21. How to play against the Benko Gambit
  22. How to play against the Benoni
  23. How to play against the Classical Benoni
  24. How to play against the Blumenfeld Gambit
  25. How to play against the Budapest Gambit
  26. How to play against the Dutch Defense
  27. How to play against the Gruenfeld Defense
  28. How to play against the King’s Indian Defense
  29. How to play against the Tarrasch Defense
  30. How to play the Neo-Indian
  31. How to play the Nimzo, Bogo and Queen’s Indian Defenses as White
  32. How to play against the Slav Defense
  33. How to play the Torre Attack
  34. How to play the Torre Attack against …Ne4

Lilov Chess Institute Opening Repertoire for Black

Chapter Outline:

  1. How to play against the English Opening
  2. Good plans against 1.d4 and 1.Nf3
  3. How to play the Dutch Leningrad
  4. How to play the Dutch Stonewall
  5. What to do when the Queen’s pawn is exchanged in the Stonewall
  6. How to play against Stonewall deviations
  7. How to play against anti-Dutch lines
  8. How to play the King’s Indian Defense against the Classical variation
  9. How to play the KID against the Saemisch and Yugoslav variations
  10. How to play against the Nimzo-Indian Bd2 line
  11. How to play against the Nimzo-Indian Bg5 line
  12. How to play against the Nimzo-Indian f3 line
  13. How to play against the Nimzo-Indian Qc2 line
  14. How to play the Queen’s Gambit Accepted against a4
  15. How to play the Queen’s Gambit Accepted with …a6 and …Bg4
  16. How to play the Queen’s Gambit Accepted with …c5 and …a6
  17. How to play the Queen’s Gambit Accepted against 3.e4
  18. How to play the Queen’s Gambit Accepted against 3.Nc3
  19. A repertoire for Black against anti-Queen’s Gambit lines
  20. How to play the Tarrasch Defense
  21. How to play the Tarrasch Defense, Swedish variation
  22. How to play the Tarrasch, von Hennig-Shara Gambit
  23. How to play the Tarrasch Defense against other lines
  24. How to play the Volga-Benko Gambit
  25. How to play the Caro-Kann Defense, main lines
  26. How to play the Caro-Kann Defense with 3.e5 c5
  27. How to play the Caro-Kann Defense with 3.e5 Bf5
  28. How to play against the Closed Sicilian Defense
  29. How to play against the Sicilian Alapin
  30. How to play against 1.e4
  31. How to play the Open Ruy Lopez
  32. How to play the Ruy Lopez, Breyer Defense
  33. How to play the Ruy Lopez, Moeller Defense
  34. How to play against the Italian Game
  35. How to play against the Scotch Opening with 4…Bc5
  36. How to play the Scandinavian Defense, 3…Qd6
  37. How to play against 1.e4, offbeat lines

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

Delivery Time Immediate Delivery
Popular Collections Lilov Chess Institute
Publication Date Feb 15, 2017
Runtime 18 Hours
Hardware Requirements Works on both Windows and Mac-based Computers


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