Video: .mp4 (1280×720, 30 fps(r)) | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz, 2ch | Size: 7.08 GB
Genre: eLearning Video | Duration: 42 lectures (8 hour, 11 mins) | Language: English
Defeat Strong Opponents At Will!
What you’ll learn
How To Play The Elshad System For Black
How to create weaknessess in your opponents game
Tactics and Advance Tactics
How to use this opening to beat stronger rated players
How To Think The Right Way
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You have limited time to devote to chess study, and most of that goes to reviewing your openings to move 25, with all their sidelines. Sound familiar? Here’s a solution: surprise your opponent in the first four moves with The Elshad System!
In a groundbreaking survey of this emerging counterattack, 3 Time Greater Philadelphia Chess Champion proposes a shocking approach to the closed openings featuring an early …h7-h6 and …g7-g5. Black’s king typically remains in the center, while the white monarch is subjected to a withering kingside offensive. Best of all, the “safe harbor” of general opening principles to meet your unconventional strategy is possibly the worst way for White to respond. Even grandmasters can fall victim to the Elshad, especially in blitz and rapid chess.
Faced with the novel challenges of The Elshad System, your opponent will have to rely on his own resources instead of cranking out deep theory. Avoid those symmetrical drawing variations from unambitious opponents playing White. Play the Elshad and experience once again what it’s like to play fresh, fighting chess!
Maurice Bishop uses the creator of the Elshad System (Elshad Mamedov) ideas and techniques and add a little twist to the opening. With these techniques learned from Elshad Mamedov and the author of the book “The Elshad System” FM Igor Nemtsev you will see fast how many opponents fall victim to the Elshad System chess opening.
Who this course is for
Students who want a suprise opening to dominate their opponents every time.