Opening Repertoire for White (Openings for Club Players) – IM Valeri Lilov

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Chess Openings for White: Best Openings for Club Players

Opening Repertoire For White (openings For Club Players)  – Im Valeri Lilov

Opening Repertoire for White – IM Valeri Lilov

If you want to obtain better positions out of the opening – and avoid any nasty traps – this comprehensive repertoire from IM Valeri Lilov is the ideal solution for you.

IM Lilov has selected his favorite chess openings for white to deal with the players you are most likely to face in club and tournament play.

Whether you’re a 1.e4 or 1.d4 player, you’ll find answers to all your opening problems.

Want a powerful line that takes French Defense players out of their book early?

Need to know what to do against the Dutch? Struggling against the Sicilian? IM Lilov has got you covered.

Imagine having instant access to IM coaching on any opening you might need to learn!

Huge, unreadable opening books are a thing of the past. Now you have the knowledge you need at your fingertips.

If you want to learn some powerful ideas on chess openings for white, pretty much against whatever your opponents throw at you, make sure you take this awesome course with IM Valeri Lilov!

About the Author:

IM Valeri Lilov (aka Tiger Lilov), is a professional chess coach and lecturer renowned for his personalized approach to training students and professional players from all over the world.

Lilov was born in 1991 in Varna, Bulgaria, Valeri first learned to play chess at the age of three. Having been an active tournament player all his life, he has won many international open tournaments and championships including the European Individual School Chess Championship U10 (Moscow, 2000) and the Kulaga Memorial International Open (Minsk, 2007).

His achievements to date have earned him the International Master title, as well as an official FIDE rating of 2438. IM Valeri Lilov’s chess training career started over a decade ago when he was first giving lessons in Bulgarian and then in English over the internet.

Is this course for me?

If you’re serious about getting better at chess but don’t have much time to spend on study, IM Lilov will teach you how to choose an excellent repertoire of chess openings for white, you’ll able to experience real improvement in your play.

Opening Repertoire For White (openings For Club Players)  – Im Valeri LilovHere are some of the things you’re going to learn:

  • How to put those solid French Defense players on the back foot as early as move 2 with the relentless attack Bobby Fischer used to rack up huge tournament victories.
  • Watch your opponents fall apart as you apply the deep positional ideas on pawn structure and minor pieces that Anatoly Karpov discovered in the Caro-Kann.
  • Save time and trouble with a hyper-aggressive system you can use as White against all Sicilian Defense variations.
  • Using just a few simple rules you’ll be able to blitz out an attack famous for crushing people in under 20 moves.

If you want to learn some powerful ideas against whatever your opponents throw at you with the black pieces, make sure you join IM Valeri Lilov for this exclusive chess course on chess openings for white!

This 9 hours course is your new openings trainer, +!

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2 reviews for Opening Repertoire for White (Openings for Club Players) – IM Valeri Lilov

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Hannibal (verified owner)

    Just what I needed. I’m an e4 player and I just needed some straight forward ways to meet the main openings so I can get some into a decent middle game. He’s straight to the point, and his commentary while attacking is actually pretty funny. Definitely worth it though because it also comes with a d4 repertoire in case your a d4 player. Fully worth the 60 bucks.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Adrian (verified owner)

    2. I am going to be honest here. I don’t really enjoy Mr. Valeri Lilov teaching style, although I have to compliment him on the huge improvement he has made over the years, as I own a few of his DVD´s. But I cannot deny that this is an awesome product. He gives you for d4, e4 and c4 a repertoire. I can only review with certainty the section on c4 and d4, as this is my opening choice for white. Here is what my honest thoughts are:
    First I start of with what I think could be improved: The summary could be used as a short reference sheet with 1 or 2 major variations, as I find myself often rewatching parts of videos where this would come in handy. But this is the only negative thing I can say about Mr Valeri Lilov despite of my dislike for his teaching style. I really enjoy the recommendations he gives e.g for the slav defense an interesting line with e3 and f4 to follow. This is a really interesting sideline and to quote him here as he sums it up perfectly:” One again I do not wish to say that this Is the most perfect line, I just love it because it is unexpected[…]”I tried it a few times with for my previous struggle against the slav really good results. To add this line seems sound and I could not fine in my own analysis some thing huge- Black equalizes with a few natural moves BUT the position is extremely rich and as almost all openings equalize at one point I would see this as a good thing. White has easy play in this line and it reminds me a bit of the stonewall dutch.
    And this brings my next point home. As far as I can tell after having watched almost all stuff relating to c4 and d4 territory IM Valeri Lilov gives you an easy to learn system with concrete ideas instead of tons of theory while showing the important things. This is really great for beginners and average players, but professional players might not get the full value, although it has some interesting lines as well as main lines like the Qc2 Variation of the Nimzo-Indian.
    This is what I really like about this. Its clear, its concise and gives you everything you need to start playing with those Ideas. I really enjoyed it can recommend it with good intentions
    8/10

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