1.b3 Bash by IM Levy Rozman – Your Secret Weapon for the Opening
This chess course by IM Levy Rozman gives you a complete repertoire based on 1.b3. You are going to get an advantage by surprising your opponents, playing positions that only you’re familiar with, and your opponents are not.
Chess openings theory says that you should occupy the center from move one — 1.e4 and 1.d4 are the only real choices.
Many Masters and even Grandmasters blindly repeat this mantra.
But there are also creative, “out of the box” thinkers out there…
Sometimes they play ‘weird’ chess that leaves the “pawns in the center” guy scratching his head in confusion.
And when a GM is crushed by their ‘weird’ chess…FINALLY we notice.
IM Levi Rozman plays ‘weird’ chess and wins a lot.
One of his pet openings is the eccentric Larsen’s Opening (or Nimzo-Larsen Attack) – where instead of occupying the center, white simple plays 1.b3 on move one.
The idea is to allow black to setup his center first…
…so we can then DESTROY it from a distance!
Such an approach has yielded stunning results for not only IM Rozman, but also GMs like Barboza, Nakamura, Jobava, and even Carlsen himself.
In 1.b3 Bash by IM Levy Rozman – Your Secret Weapon, IM Rozman will teach you this “weird”, winning chess opening!
What Will I Learn?
You will know the nuances. You will know exactly when on move 4 or 5 they will do something inaccurate. That’s really the key idea behind this system.
Most club players play the same openings over and over again: 1.e4, 1.d4, 1.c4, 1.Nf3… you name it. You probably know those pretty well, but so does your opponent.
There is nothing wrong with that approach…
Except that you always need to be up to date with all the lines and variations in the Slav, Nimzo, Sicilian, French, and the list goes on and on.
On top of that, you need to constantly dive deeper and deeper into the opening tree to stay competitive. You have to remember TONs of opening moves just to avoid a carefully prepared trap. That’s a lot of theory, and it takes HARD WORK and many, many hours of your precious time to learn just a single line…
Is there a better way?
Wouldn’t it be great to play the opening that you know well and let your opponent do all the “struggling”? What if I told you that you could add this kind of weapon to your repertoire in a matter of DAYS, not weeks or months?
That’s the reason why today, we’re introducing the secret weapon for white – the Complete Repertoire with 1.b3
About the Author:
Levy Rozman is an American chess player, coach and the captain of the rising Packer Collegiate Chess Team. He has a passion for teaching chess specifically and has devoted the better part of his life developing his coaching style. Levy is a regular tournament player and a professional chess coach working with players of all ages and skill levels.
How is this course going to help me?
This opening has been played by many elite players, and was even used by Bobby Fischer. This is a very powerful surprise weapon which can give you an instant advantage even against much stronger players.
IM Levy Rozman has played this opening for over a decade and scored many brilliant victories against opponents of all levels from 2200 Elo right up to the top Grandmasters.
In this course, he shares all his secrets on the 1.b3 opening previously accessible only to a small group of his private students.
You will learn all the strategies, plans, and ideas of this opening in order to dominate not just in a club player’s arena, but even against much stronger, titled players.
IM Rozman recommends some of the strong novelties that have never been tested in the database and can immediately turn the tables on your opponent.
Armed with this powerful attacking system you will be able to win many beautiful games and pick many rating points on your way.
Enjoy this awesome course!