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Post  hariwjy on Tue Mar 12, 2019 12:37 am

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Ideas Behind the Openings – Lilov Chess Institute – Vol 02
With this new, 16 hour course, IM Valeri Lilov sets out to solve one of the biggest problems for club players: how to improve their openings.

Instead of presenting a never-ending stream of computer-recommended variations, Valeri describes the strategic aims of each side. Things like where to place each piece, which side of the board to attack on and which exchanges benefit you.

Armed with this knowledge, you can be confident in finding strong moves and making progress even when your opponent plays something unexpected – as they inevitably will!

IM Lilov has chosen openings based on 3 factors:

Popularity – it’s no good knowing how to play an opening that never appears on the board!
Winning chances – we’re not playing for a draw here. Our openings must give us a way to create dynamic opportunities.
A systematic approach – each opening should fit a clearly identifiable strategy. There will be exceptions we need to remember but this approach saves a huge amount of time – and reduces the risk of critical errors – compared to rote memorization. It also teaches you far more about chess!
Regardless of whether you’re a 1.e4 or 1.d4 player – or if your major opening issues come with the Black pieces- IM Lilov is ready to show you how to navigate the opening phase with the calm confidence that comes from knowing what you’re doing.

Each chapter is labeled to help you quickly find the information you need to learn. With over 16 hours of material, it could become overwhelming, but not if you start with the videos related to the opening you play most often. Once you’ve absorbed the ideas behind this, move on the next one.

Ideas Behind the Openings comes with an invaluable course summary to help you refer to the main points quickly and practical tests to make sure you’re 100% ready to use your new knowledge in competitive play!

Chapter Outline :

Opening Repertoire for White :

Sicilian Scheveningen
Scotch 4…Bc5
Classical Pirc
Classical Pirc II
Pirc Defense – Austrian Attack
Pirc Defense – Qd2 and f3 variation
Scandinavian Defense with 3…Qa5 or 3…Qd6
Scandinavian Defense 3…Qd8 or 3…Nf6 I
Scandinavian Defense 3…Qd8 or 3…Nf6 II
The Ultimate Scandinavian Trap
Vienna Game with 2…Nc6 and Bc5
Vienna Game with 2…Nf6
The Four Knights
The Four Knights Endgame
English Opening
Botvinnik Variation with Bc5 I
Botvinnik Variation with Bc5 II
The Catalan
The Catalan (vs e6 and c6)
Nimzowitsch f3 variation
Nimzowitsch Qc2 variation
Nimzowitsch Rubinstein I
Nimzowitsch Rubinstein II
Destroying the Dutch

Opening Repertoire for Black :

Caro-Kann – Typical ideas for Black
Caro-Kann – White plays c4-c5
The French Defense
Sicilian Najdorf
Scandinavian Defense – 3…Qa5 variation
The Italian Trap
Catalan Opening
Chigorin Defense
Chigorin Defense with Nc3 and Nf3
Nimzowitsch Opening
Play the Stonewall
The Black Knights Tango

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Post  orlyboy on Tue Mar 12, 2019 12:58 am

hariwjy wrote:Description :

Ideas Behind the Openings – Lilov Chess Institute – Vol 02
With this new, 16 hour course, IM Valeri Lilov sets out to solve one of the biggest problems for club players: how to improve their openings.

Instead of presenting a never-ending stream of computer-recommended variations, Valeri describes the strategic aims of each side. Things like where to place each piece, which side of the board to attack on and which exchanges benefit you.

Armed with this knowledge, you can be confident in finding strong moves and making progress even when your opponent plays something unexpected – as they inevitably will!

IM Lilov has chosen openings based on 3 factors:

Popularity – it’s no good knowing how to play an opening that never appears on the board!
Winning chances – we’re not playing for a draw here. Our openings must give us a way to create dynamic opportunities.
A systematic approach – each opening should fit a clearly identifiable strategy. There will be exceptions we need to remember but this approach saves a huge amount of time – and reduces the risk of critical errors – compared to rote memorization. It also teaches you far more about chess!
Regardless of whether you’re a 1.e4 or 1.d4 player – or if your major opening issues come with the Black pieces- IM Lilov is ready to show you how to navigate the opening phase with the calm confidence that comes from knowing what you’re doing.

Each chapter is labeled to help you quickly find the information you need to learn. With over 16 hours of material, it could become overwhelming, but not if you start with the videos related to the opening you play most often. Once you’ve absorbed the ideas behind this, move on the next one.

Ideas Behind the Openings comes with an invaluable course summary to help you refer to the main points quickly and practical tests to make sure you’re 100% ready to use your new knowledge in competitive play!

Chapter Outline :

Opening Repertoire for White :

Sicilian Scheveningen
Scotch 4…Bc5
Classical Pirc
Classical Pirc II
Pirc Defense – Austrian Attack
Pirc Defense – Qd2 and f3 variation
Scandinavian Defense with 3…Qa5 or 3…Qd6
Scandinavian Defense 3…Qd8 or 3…Nf6 I
Scandinavian Defense 3…Qd8 or 3…Nf6 II
The Ultimate Scandinavian Trap
Vienna Game with 2…Nc6 and Bc5
Vienna Game with 2…Nf6
The Four Knights
The Four Knights Endgame
English Opening
Botvinnik Variation with Bc5 I
Botvinnik Variation with Bc5 II
The Catalan
The Catalan (vs e6 and c6)
Nimzowitsch f3 variation
Nimzowitsch Qc2 variation
Nimzowitsch Rubinstein I
Nimzowitsch Rubinstein II
Destroying the Dutch

Opening Repertoire for Black :

Caro-Kann – Typical ideas for Black
Caro-Kann – White plays c4-c5
The French Defense
Sicilian Najdorf
Scandinavian Defense – 3…Qa5 variation
The Italian Trap
Catalan Opening
Chigorin Defense
Chigorin Defense with Nc3 and Nf3
Nimzowitsch Opening
Play the Stonewall
The Black Knights Tango

36 Tiny MP4 + 2PDF Link :

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Post  hariwjy on Tue Mar 12, 2019 1:33 am

orlyboy wrote:Do you happen to have the rest of Lilov's Institute? Great share by the way. cheers

Volume 1 & 4 already shared, Smile , just follow this link...

http://www.chessgod101.com/t5578-any-one-upload-lilov-chess-institute

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