Bobby Fischer Opening System
Contrarily to popular belief, openings are NOT an easy part of the game. Most club players assume that if they get the openings right the game will just flow from there. They focus all their time and attention on theory memorization, studying offbeat lines and drilling sub-variations.
Unfortunately, that’s not a very effective approach and it doesn’t translate into “wins”.
Bobby Fischer was a huge opening expert with extensive theory knowledge. That was NOT the biggest reason for his opening victories. Most importantly, Fischer knew and flawlessly applied simple chess principles which allowed him getting a superior position [almost] every single time! Even in unfamiliar lines, Fischer was able to find the right plan and the strongest move solely by applying common-sense strategies. He developed the “system” or we may call it a series of rituals that tremendously help at finding the right continuation every single time.
The majority of club players don’t have problems playing openings lines.
They have huge problems, however, when those lines end. By using Fischer’s methodology you won’t need to rely on memorization and theory knowledge. Even in unfamiliar situations when a position is unclear it is possible to find the right moves. Fischer’s opening evaluation system does just that!
In this 3 hour course, IM Lilov goes into a great depth studying Fischer’s winning ideology. Valeri deciphers “The System” so that any club player could partially duplicate Fischer’s opening success. You don’t need to play perfect openings to win games. You don’t even need to know tons of theory to be a “good” opening player. All you need is a basic understanding of fundamental principles and strategies, paired with evaluation skills. That’s exactly what you are going to get from this brand new course – Fischer’s Opening System.
You are exactly one step away…
from becoming a much stronger opening player. If you are under 2200 rated, this is a must-have course!
Fischer’s Opening System with IM Valeri Lilov
Instant download of 3 hour-long “Fischer’s Opening System” video course with IM Valeri Lilov. The course covers Fischer’s methodology of winning opening play, and outplaying opponents by simply following the fundamental principles.
Practice Problems Set
After finishing the course, you will apply the concepts you have learned in the actual games. You will practice the most important tactical positions against the computer. This is a very important step for your success.
Download PGNs of All Examples From The Video
Download PGNs of all examples covered in the video with extra lines, ideas, and analysis by IM Valeri Lilov.
You will learn:
- How Fischer was able to get very similar, winning positions with both colors (and go ahead and convert it into a win)
- How Fischer applied the 3 very basic chess rules to get an upper hand on the highest level (and so can you against your opponents)
- A powerful strategy which allowed Fischer turning an opponent’s opening preparation against the opponent himself
- A simple, yet very effective approach that Fischer used for evaluating opening positions
- How Fischer was able to treat openings strategically winning his opponents by force
- And much more!
- CHAPTER 1 Fischer’s repertoire for white (theory)
- CHAPTER 2 Fischer’s repertoire for black (theory)
- CHAPTER 3 Pawn structure and dynamics of the openings
- CHAPTER 4 Connection between opening and middlegame
- CHAPTER 5 Fischer’s approach to evaluating opening positions
- CHAPTER 6 Practical opening strategies according to Fischer
- PGNS Examples and games from the video
IM Valeri Lilov (FIDE 2438)
better known as Tiger Lilov, is a professional chess coach and lecturer renowned for his personalized approach to training students and professional players from all over the world. Having been an active tournament player all his life, he has won many international open tournaments and championships including the European Individual School Chess Championship U10 (Moscow, 2000) and the Kulaga Memorial International Open (Minsk, 2007).