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Download =LINK= Kuljasevic, Davorin Repertoire Against The Slav Part (2016) Pgn

In this course (based on a group lecture), GM Boris Avrukh builds a reliable and ambitious repertoire for Black against the London System. The foundation of his approach are the setups with ...g7-g6.True to his style, Avrukh provides many new and less explored ideas, thus tremendously increasing the practical value of the suggested repertoire. The material is divided into 2 parts - a video lecture with a running time of approx.1h and 40 min and 4 theoretical chapters.

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The Slav Defence is one of the most solid options for Black against 1.d4 and part of any strong grandmaster's repertoire. The main goal is to solve the eternal problem of the light-squared bishop, keeping the chance of developing it either to f5 or g4. White has many options to fight for an advantage, but since Black's structure is very stable, the active options are very limited. The Slav is a nice opening for players that look for solid set-ups and don't care about playing with patience, improving his position slowly and collecting small strategic advantages.In his trilogy, IM Renato Quintillano is offering a complete repertoire for Black which is rich of new ideas and concepts.

Nimzo-Indian Defense is the cornerstone of the three-part repertoire for Black against 1.d4 (the other two parts being the Catalan Opening and the Ragozin Defense). While there are several reasonable alternatives for Black to White's 3.Nf3 and 3.g3, it is clear that 3...Bb4 is Black's best answer against 3.Nc3. It leads to complex and strategically rich positions with plenty of room for creativity, despite being heavily theoretically explored over the years. This makes it one of the most popular opening systems for both colours. 041b061a72


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