This is a COMPLETE blitz repertoire for Black & White prepared for you by none other than Irish IM David Fitzsimons. To help you master these sneaky, yet powerful openings, IM David gives you 26+ hours of intensive video training and a highly detailed PGN to review the lines with – the result?
Renowned coach IM David Fitzsimons reveals…
All of us play blitz online these days…it is THE highly addictive, super-fun hobby of chess players worldwide and a very intelligent way to stay sharp between tournaments.
Plus, it’s even MORE fun for those of us who no longer play in tournaments!
Did you know there’s a way to add a couple of hundred points to your rating this week?
You see, one of the difficulties of blitz chess is coming up with a response to unexpected moves in the opening – this drains a TON of time from the clock.
What elite players do is develop a dedicated blitz opening repertoire that is easy-to-remember, but chock-full of tricks, pitfalls, and surprises for your opponents.
This gives them a BIG edge in the opening and places their opponents under serious time pressure in the very early stages where they’re very likely to play weaker moves and/or blunder.
To help you master these sneaky, yet powerful openings, IM David gives you 26+ hours of intensive video training and a highly detailed PGN to review the lines with – the result?
A Complete Rapid & Blitz Repertoire.
What you will learn for White:
A Few of Your Killer Opening Lines…
- Storm the Kingside with the “Mysterious” 9.Kh2!! Just as your opponent thinks he’s getting out of hot water you can stun him with this RIDICULOUS looking king move which gets him out of the way and prepares a deadly kingside pawn storm!
- Crush the French with the SUPER Tricky 2 Knights System! In chapter 17 you’ll discover how to avoid ALL the theory in the French and get sharp attacking positions that 90% of French players aren’t ready for and have NEVER seen!
- Destroy the Sicilian with GM Dubov’s Devastating Ng5/h4 Attack!! Sicilian players will not see this one coming! This line is mostly unknown, but allowed Dubov to CRUSH Sicilian expert Boris Gelfand very recently!
It’s time to add 200+ points to your online blitz rating with these reliable, yet very dangerous (for them!) openings!
What you will learn for Black:
- Knight on the Rim is AGILE! Throw white off and put serious pressure on the center when this nifty knight hops to the f5 square. THEN…watch white drain his clock trying to figure out a response!
- Tons of Amazing Pawn Sacs for AMAZING Compensation! IM David reveals a whole host of pawn sacrifices that give you advantages from the bishop pair, to king attacks and even color-complex domination. Master-level ideas here waiting to be picked up and used!
- Gain a VIOLENT Initiative with …Bxg4!! and Watch White Collapse FAST! The attack you gain from this idea will be IMPOSSIBLE to defend in a blitz game. Give it a try as soon as you get the chance!
If you’ve ever felt that small bite of jealousy (we all have!) when you see powerful blitz players hurling out their moves…this is the course for you. It’s YOUR time.
A complete, easy-to-learn opening repertoire for black that’ll improve your blitz results dramatically.
About the author:
IM David Fitzsimons is the first “homegrown” member of Elm Mount Chess club to achieve IM distinction and only the eighth Irish Chess Player to become an International Master, he obtained his IM norm in 2018. He is an active tournament player, chess coach, and author.
Bonus Chapter – Your Secret Weapon
IM David Fitzsimons provides battle-tested, low theory lines to score quick victories in your blitz and rapid games! This is gold in short-time control games, and some of those could even be used in classical chess!
Complete set of PGNs
Downloadable, complete set of PGNs of everything covered so that you can analyze it at your own pace and convenience. A must-have treasure chest for any serious player.
Access to Practicum
Train the important attacking motifs with a set of specifically designed tasks and challenges. Practical part is an important element of the course.