Keep It Simple: 1.d4 – IM Christof Sielecki
IM Christof Sielecki spent a whole year working on a course that would be at the same level as his KIS 1.e4, the legend says he even locked himself up in a house by the sea in Germany to get it just perfect, and it worked just fine.
The result? Keep It Simple: 1.d4, an extensive course that will ensure you’ll be ready to tackle any attempt from the Black pieces to destabilize your play.
So be prepared to get a repertoire that will stay with you forever.
About the Author:
Christof Sielecki is a German International Master. He started to play chess professionally in 1987 at the age of 13, then he earned the FM title, breaking 2300 Elo rating at the age of 21.
He was able to cross the 2400 Elo barrier and earn his first IM norm two years after becoming a Fide Master.
His victory at the Latschach Open in 2013 ahead of many strong GMs. In league chess, he won the Dutch Team Championships in the Netherlands with Voerendaal in 2012.
What did IM Sielecki achieve with this course?
He managed to bring us a clearly explained repertoire which is also precise, easy to learn, suitable for players of all strengths, yes we mean from beginner to Master level!
IM Sielecki has built a really deep repertoire with this work. He presents a comprehensive set of lines with 28 hours of video instruction to help you understand the real essence of his choices, you won’t just learn the “whats”, you will get the explanation of the “whys”.
Not only this course has more hours than KIS 1.e4, the variation count is way higher because of the many lines included to illustrate typical ideas and middlegame plans, so this work isn’t just about the initial moves, it’s also a guideline on how to play many positions after the opening.
This is a course you can’t afford to miss! It will enable you to successfully play 1.d4 against anything and very well could be your lifetime repertoire.
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