Attacking with the Jobava London System – IM Elisabeth Paehtz

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The Jobava London System, named after the top Georgian player Baadur Jobava, is a side form of the London System, which differs in principle in only one small detail – the white knight is established early on c3.jobava london system paehtz

This brings two major advantages. On the one hand, it is possible to castle long side more quickly, and on the other hand, tactical motifs sometimes arise on the queenside. Since the system is still relatively new, there is no need to learn tons of theory.

What is important are motifs and maneuvers that can be learned quickly. In this video course, the top German chess player Elisabeth Paehtz explains everything you need to know to be able to use the Jobava London System in your games. In addition to the theoretical section, you have the opportunity in the interactive format to recognize important moves on your own and to rehearse the repertoire. Furthermore, typical Jobava London System structures can be played against the computer.

• Video running time: 6 hours (English)
• With interactive training including video feedback
• Extra: Training with ChessBase apps – Memorize the opening repertoire and play key positions against Fritz on various levels

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  1. Introduction
  2. Chapter 1 – 3…e6
  3. 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 Nf6 3.Bf4 e6 4.Nb5
  4. 4…Bd6
  5. 4…Bb4+ 5.c3 Ba5
  6. 4…Na6 5.e3 c6 6.Nc3 Bb4
  7. 4…Na6 5.e3 c6 6.Nc3 Bd6
  8. 4…Na6 5.e3 c6 6.Nc3 Nc7 7.Nf3 Bb4
  9. 4…Na6 5.e3 c6 6.Nc3 Nc7 7.Nf3 Be7
  10. 4…Na6 5.e3 c6 6.Nc3 Nc7 7.Nf3 Bd6
  11. 4…Na6 5.e3 c6 6.Nc3 Nc7 7.Nf3 c5/b5/a6
  12. 4…Na6 5.e3 c6 6.Nc3 Nb8
  13. 4…Na6 5.e3 c6 6.Nc3 Qb6
  14. 4…Na6 5.e3 Bb4+
  15. 4…Na6 5.e3 Be7 6.Nf3 c6
  16. 4…Na6 5.e3 Be7 6.Nf3 0-0
  17. Chapter 2 – 3…c6
  18. 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 Nf6 3.Bf4 c6 4.Qd2
  19. 4…e6 5.f3 Bb4
  20. 4…e6 5.f3 Bd6
  21. 4…e6 5.f3 Nbd7
  22. 4…Bf5 5.f3 Bg6
  23. 4…Bf5 5.f3 e6
  24. 4…Bf5 5.f3 h6
  25. 4…Bf5 5.f3 h5
  26. 4…Bf5 5.f3 Na6
  27. Chapter 3 – 3…g6
  28. 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 Nf6 3.Bf4 g6 4.Qd2
  29. 4…c6 5.f3 Bg7
  30. 4…c6 5.f3 b5
  31. 4…Bg7 5.f3 c5
  32. Chapter 4 – 3…a6
  33. 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 Nf6 3.Bf4 a6 4.e3
  34. 4…c5 5.dxc5 e6 6.Na4 Nbd7
  35. 4…c5 5.dxc5 e6 6.Na4 Bxc5
  36. 4…c5 5.dxc5 Nc6 6.Nf3 e6
  37. 4…c5 5.dxc5 Nc6 6.Nf3 Bg4 7.Be2 e6/Qa5
  38. 4…e6 5.g4 Bb4 6.Nge2 0-0 7.a3 Be7 8.g5 Nh5
  39. 4…e6 5.g4 Bb4 6.Nge2 0-0 7.a3 Be7 8.g5 Nfd7
  40. 4…e6 5.g4 c5/h6
  41. 4…Bf5 5.Nf3 e6 6.Ne5 Nbd7/Nfd7
  42. 4…Bf5 5.Nf3 e6 6.Ne5 Bd6
  43. 4…Bf5 5.Nf3 e6 6.Ne5 h6/c5
  44. 4…Bf5 5.Nf3 e6 6.Ne5 Bb4
  45. Chapter 5 – 3…Bf5
  46. 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 Nf6 3.Bf4 Bf5 4.Nf3
  47. 4…c6/c5
  48. 4…e6 5.e3 Bb4
  49. 4…e6 5.e3 Bd6
  50. 4…e6 5.e3 c5/Be7/Bbd7
  51. Extra chapter – 3…c5
  52. 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 Nf6 3.Bf4 c5
  53. 4.e3 cxd4
  54. 4.e3 cxd4 5.exd4 a6
  55. Exercises
  56. Description
  57. Exercise 1
  58. Exercise 2
  59. Exercise 3
  60. Exercise 4
  61. Exercise 5
  62. Exercise 6
  63. Exercise 7
  64. Exercise 8
  65. Exercise 9
  66. Exercise 10
  67. Exercise 11
  68. Exercise 12
  69. Exercise 13