IM Lawrence Trent provides a complete repertoire for White against the French Defence. A veteran Tarrasch player, Trent will equip you to handle all the key variations as well as the sidelines, and even give you a few theoretical novelties to boot!
A look at the growing rivalry between the world numbers 1 and 2 at the end of 2014.
Lawrence Trent provides a complete Trompowsky repertoire. Popular, especially at the club/amateur tournament player level, the Trompowsky continues to be employed occasionally by top GMs.
A series dedicated to the key aspects of practical play rather than your average guide to opening theory or middlegame strategy. In this series, Trent looks at tips and tricks from years of experience to aid your decision-making ability.
Lawrence Trent shares his appreciation for some of the games of the tenth World Champion.
A guide for the improving player. IM Lawrence Trent presents a series which is “by far the most important” he will publish at chess24. Planning is one of the most difficult parts of chess; without it you cannot succeed in improving your level beyond a certain point.
Lawrence Trent explains how to counter Alekhine’s Defence.
Lawrence Trent shares his favourite games by Garry Kasparov, perhaps the greatest player in the history of chess. The series features a host of brilliant and instructive mating attacks.
Lawrence Trent shares his appreciation for some of the games of the fourth World Champion.
IM Lawrence Trent gives you a wide array of unusual ways to play against the Sicilian Defence – a very useful addition to your repertoire!
In the Scandinavian Defence (also known as the Centre Counter) Black responds to 1.e4 with d5. Although an ancient opening it’s still relevant today and has been played by the likes of Alekhine, Larsen, Bronstein and Anand.