Polish IM Marcin Sieciechowiсz is here with brand new training, to make you a tournament-ready Queen's Gambit Declined player in just 10 short hours. You'll learn the KEY pawn structures, POWERFUL plans, strategic play & novelties... leaving your opponent ZERO chances!
In a quiet, dimly lit playing hall, two strong Grandmasters sat across each other.
The air was thick with anticipation.
Queen’s Gambit Declined was on the board.
Carlsen sacrificed the pawn… then the rook. A few moves later Anand resigns.
Magnus wins the 2009 Blitz Championship and breaks the 2800.
Want to win games just like Magnus did?
Polish IM Marcin Sieciechowiсz is here with brand new training, to make you a tournament-ready Queen’s Gambit Declined player in just 10 short hours.
You’ll learn the KEY pawn structures, POWERFUL plans, strategic play & novelties… leaving your opponent ZERO chances!
Here is what you’ll learn:
- The Main Line Blueprint – We’ll focus on 3 key things: solid pawn structure, development, and strong center. IM Sieciechowiсz gives you the winning formula for navigating a wide array of QGD positions.
- Disarming Carlsbad System – Ready to fight in complex middlegames? Marcin is here to make it simple for you. You’ll learn the 3 cornerstones of Carlsbad Structure, negating White’s edge and steering the game towards a favorable position.
- Stopping Catalan Opening – White plays the Catalan? Great! Marcin will show how to get the homecourt advantage, avoiding complex territory and directing the game to ‘winnable’ positions
- Beating Harrwitz Attack – White plans to catch you off-guard with a quick King’s Side Attack? Big mistake! Marcin shows a way to deal with this system, multiplying White’s chances by zero!
- Shortcut to Winning Off-Beat Lines – Learn Marcin’s approach to disrupting the opponent’s preparation, leading to unfamiliar positions to eliminate their opening advantage (ideal when facing a well-prepared opponent).
Those are just a few things you will learn from this excellent training.
If you are ready to add a World Championship grade opening, that does wonders at the club level, to your preparation… look no further!
Chapter 1. Illustrative Games
Chapter 2. Queens Pawn Opening Deviations
Chapter 3. Queens Pawn Opening Deviations Game Examples
Chapter 4. Queens Pawn Opening with Early Nf3
Chapter 5. Queens Pawn Opening with Early Nf3 Game Examples
Chapter 6. Catalan Opening
Chapter 7. Catalan Opening Game Examples
Chapter 8. Queens Gambit Declined Minor Systems
Chapter 9. Queens Gambit Declined Minor Systems Game Examples
Chapter 10. Qgd 5.Bg5 (Part I)
Chapter 11. Qgd 5.Bg5 (Part I) Game Examples
Chapter 12. Qgd 5.Bg5 (Part II)
Chapter 13. Qgd 5.Bg5 (Part II) Game Examples
Chapter 14. Qgd 5.Bf4 (Part I)
Chapter 15. Qgd 5.Bf4 (Part I) Game Examples
Chapter 16. Qgd 5.Bf4 (Part II)
Chapter 17. Qgd 5.Bf4 (Part II) Game Examples
Chapter 18. Carlsbad System (Part I)
Chapter 19. Carlsbad System (Part I) Game Examples
Chapter 20. Carlsbad System (Part II)
Chapter 21. Carlsbad System (Part II) Game Examples
About the Author:
IM Marcin Sieciechowicz [2462 FIDE]
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 competed three times in the Junior European Chess Championship (2004, 2007, 2008) and once in the 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+.