International Grandmaster Eugene Perelshtyen explains the thought process behind key games in his career.
Content: 0.5 hours of chess theory and discussion, with example games, over a series of 2 lectures.
Recommended for: Intermediate to Advanced Players.
Chess Fans have said: Interesting! A pretty nice variation that first originated in some of GM Motwani’s games. It really gives a new blood to a quite old classical opening. Its major merit to me is that it gives the Black nice opportunities to equalize without much pain. Believe me…only after this lecture I started playing the system recommended by GM Eugene Perelshteyn. I am thrilled and have won several games even against stronger players. Black does get good development. A lot of the players are not familiar with this. Many thanks Eugene.
GM Eugene Perelshteyn earned his third GM norm after sharing first place in the 2006 Foxwoods Open, giving him the official GM title. He won the Samford Chess Fellowship in 2002, an award that amounts to $64,000, which is awarded to the top American player under 25 years old. Eugene also led the University of Maryland, Baltimore County to several Pan American championships from 1998-2002. Eugene also won the highly prestigious US Junior Championship in 2000. Eugene recently co-authored the books Chess Openings for Black, Explained and Chess Openings for White, Explained.
A Simple System Against the King’s Gambit, Part I (3. Nf3)
Run Time: 15 mins 40 seconds
A Simple System Against the King’s Gambit, Part II (3. Bc4)
Run Time: 15 mins 50 seconds
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