Foxy Openings - Volume 181 - 1. e4 d6 - a New Black Repertoire for the Tournament Player - Part 11. e4 d6 2. d4 Nf6 - Entering the Philidor via 3... e5 - The Antoshin Variation
Description / Foxy Openings - Volume 181 - 1. e4 d6 - a New Black Repertoire for the Tournament Player - Part 1
On this DVD (Part One), he recommends the move order 1 e4 d6 2 d4 Nf6, with the intention of entering a Philidor via 3...e5. The Antoshin Variation is the main focus. Played regularly by Super GM Fabiano Caruana, the Antoshin Variation will give you a seldom seen surprise repertoire turning the tables on a booked up White opponent leaving you with all the clear plans how to proceed.
Enjoy this new expedition into the varied world of 1...d6.
|Host||IM Andrew Martin|
|Popular Collections||Foxy Openings|
|Publication Date||Dec 17, 2017|
|Region Lock||None - Playable Anywhere|
|Hardware Requirements||Standard DVD Player|
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