London System Part I – Systems with …e7-e6

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London System Part I - Systems With ...e7-e6London System – Pawn Structures, Tactical Ideas, Endgames, and Theoretical Trends (Systems with …e7-e6)

This product includes all the videos from an online Modern Chess camp as well as the PGN file related to the training sessions. Overall, the material consists of approximately 7.5 hours of video and a PGN database which includes 85 files!

You will find the following lectures:

Modern Theoretical Trends – GM Pavel Eljanov

Master the London Endgames – GM Davorin Kuljasevic

Typical Pawn Structures – GM Grigor Grigorov

My Experience in the London System – GM Boris Gelfand

Typical Attacking and Tactical Ideas – GM Petar Arnaudov

Q&A Session with GM Grigor Grigorov and GM Petar Arnaudov

The London System is getting extremely popular at all levels. Instead of memorizing long theoretical lines, White relies on understanding the opening. Nowadays, with all these powerful engines, such an approach is very practical.

This camp was designed to provide you with all key concepts related to the London System. The main subject will be Black’s setups based on …e7-e6. We are going to examine the London positions both for White and Black.

Since the arising pawn structures are typical for many openings, the lectures will also contribute to your general chess understanding.

You get 7.5 hours of high-level training which will provide you with the following benefits:

✅ A better understanding of the London structures

✅ In-depth insights of the typical attacking and tactical ideas in the London System

✅ Complete understanding of the arising endgame positions

✅ Up-to-date knowledge of the main theoretical directions

✅ Better general chess understanding