In the previous post, I shared the opening that IM Ratkovic found to work exceptionally well for his students. Quick reminder… Four Knights Game Scotch Variation (FNGSV).
It is an amazing weapon against 1…e5, leading to excellent positions for White.
It is a low theory, easy to learn, and (surprisingly) not overwhelmingly popular among the club players.
In the previous video, IM Ratkovic clearly demonstrated what happens if your opponent doesn’t know the theory, and relies solely on intuition…
Spoiler alert: they get checkmated rather quickly.
Today, IM Ratkovic will take it a step further.
He will show some KEY lines and demonstrate how you can get an advantage EVEN if your opponents know what they are doing. Here’s Four Knights Game Scotch Variation (FNGSV) for you:
We are putting the finishing touches on Beat 1.e4 e5 Complete Repertoire for White with IM Ratkovic. The course will be ready and available for you on Thursday, January 26th at 8 AM EST… This is one you definitely don’t want to miss!
Update: Beat 1.e4 e5 Complete Repertoire for White with IM Ratkovic is LIVE!