Are you ready to elevate your opening preparation to new heights? Look no further than the 1.d4 Super Pack, the definitive collection of chess openings for both colors designed to give you a powerful advantage from move one. This 60+ hours of training from elite coaches like IM Robert Ris, IM Yuriy Krykun, GM Jacek Stopa, IM Marcin Sieciechowicz, and GM Tornike Sanikidze will make sure you are ready to win with 1.d4 as well as fight against 1.d4 with Black pieces. Whether you're a seasoned Expert or an aspiring novice, this comprehensive pack is your key to success on the board.
Ragozin Defense: Complete Repertoire against 1.d4 with IM Marcin Sieciechowicz
We are thrilled to present you with our BRAND-NEW video training course, Ragozin Defense: Complete Repertoire against 1.d4, instructed by the renowned International Master Marcin Sieciechowicz!
Countering 1.d4 Gambits with GM Jacek Stopa
Polish Grandmaster Jacek Stopa presents his brand-new course, Countering 1.d4 Gambits. GM Stopa reveals the most effective and lean ways for White to refute the 3 most dangerous gambits: Albin Counter-Gambit, Budapest Gambit, and Queen’s Gambit Accepted.
Attacking 1.d4 Repertoire for White with IM Robert Ris
Over 10.5 hours of high-quality video training, jampacked into 36 chapters… Robert goes over ALL the main lines of the 1.d4 opening, starting from the complicated KID to the fearsome Nimzo-Indian to the mysterious Tarrasch.
Opening Mastery – Dominate with 1.d4 – GM Marian Petrov
In this 10.5-hour course, FIDE Trainer and Olympiad Coach GM Marian Petrov cover almost all possible lines that white could encounter after the most popular 1.d4. It is developed with practical chess players in mind!
1.d4 Complete Opening Repertoire for White with GM Tornike Sanikidze
GM Tornike Sanikidze, a coach of the gold-winning Georgian Women’s National Team, has prepared 1.d4 Complete Opening Repertoire for White giving you a full-blown repertoire for White in just under 10 hours!
1.d4 Practical Repertoire for White with FM Yuriy Krykun
FM Yuriy Krykun has just finished a fantastic 10.5-hour repertoire course on 1.d4 with a *heavy* emphasis on simplicity and avoiding memorization of theory (a big problem for club players).
About the Authors:
GM Marian Petrov [FIDE 2537]
is an accomplished professional chess coach, theorist, and Bulgarian champion in 2002 and 2017, as well as a winner of many open tournaments around the world. Also a FIDE trainer and coach of the team of Wales at the last Olympiad in Baku in 2016. He graduated from the National Sports Academy in Sofia, Bulgaria with a Bachelor’s degree in Chess Pedagogy, a four-year undergraduate program designed to prepare top-level chess trainers.
FM Yuriy Krykun [FIDE 2372]
is a Ukrainian FIDE master and member of the National Team with ELO of 2372 and IM norm. He played in many National and International tournaments, winning over 10 medals. Bronze medal winner in European U18 Championship. Full-time chess player, coach, and author of multiple publications.
GM Tornike Sanikidze [FIDE 2616]
is a Georgian chess grandmaster. He was awarded the titles of International Master in 2005 and Grandmaster in 2008. GM Sanikidze won the Georgian championship in 2009. He represented Georgia at the Chess Olympiad in 2012 in Istambul as well as in 2016 in Baku.
IM Robert Ris [FIDE 2464]
Robert Ris is an International Master from the Netherlands. He learned to play chess at 7 and quickly became one of the top players in his country finishing 2nd in the under 10 Championship. Robert participated in 3 European Youth Championships (2x U14 & 1x U16) and many other prominent tournaments. Nowadays Robert is a full-time coach and a chess author.
GM Jacek Stopa [FIDE 2544]
is originally from Poland. He started playing chess at the age of 8 after randomly buying a chess set on a winter vacation. His father taught him how to play and he soon became addicted. Jacek earned his International Master title at age 18 and was the European Team Chess Champion in Solving Chess Problems in 2008. He has developed into a very effective chess instructor over the last six years, helping many young chess players reach their maximum potential.
IM Marcin Sieciechowicz [FIDE 2462]
won many medals in the Polish junior chess championship, among which the most important is the gold medal in the Polish junior chess championship in classical chess won in 2010 (under 18). He made two of his IM norms before reaching 18, and the last in 2010, and became International Master just after his 18th birthday. He has been competing three times in the Junior European chess championship (2004, 2007, 2008) and once in World junior chess championship (2010). He has two GM norms, made in 2010 and 2013, and his highest rating was 2462. He has been playing French Defense for 20 years and has a couple of wins in this opening with the players rated 2600+.