A Grandmaster Guide: The Reti, King’s Indian Attack, and others, based on the QGD
In this volume, GM Colovic reveals his preparation with the black pieces against EVERYTHING, except 1. e4.
GM Colovic covers lines of defense against the Reti, the Bird’s Opening (1.f4), the King’s Indian Attack, the Nimzo-Larsen Attack (1.b3), forcing a transposition against The English (1. c4), and other various sidelines.
Combined with the first two volumes, this is a complete repertoire for Black!
Stop jumping from one defense to another. Master the QGD and use it to dominate d4 players for the rest of your life.
About the Author:
GM Alex Colovic has a BA in English Language and Literature, he achieved the GM title in 2013, has been a chess professional for more than 20 years, participated in many international chess tournaments around the world, winning several national and international championships, he has had his fair share of success as a coach of several teams.
And as an author, he has produced several best-selling works such as his QGD work for Chessable.
What will I learn from this course?
GM Colovic picks apart white’s attacks to present a rock-solid set of lines that will have you playing with confidence.
Don’t fear any odd-looking opening from White!
QGD specialist GM Colovic gives his crisp and clear explanation of the ideas behind his repertoire in five videos totaling two hours of footage.
As well as the classic attempts by white to get an edge, GM Colovic guides you through all the recent more “trendy” attempts such as the 1.Nf3 and 2.b3 line Nakamura uses in blitz.
This series evolved into a seriously strong repertoire for black that should last him or her a lifetime. Let’s go and dominate the QGD as Black!