Get this course and you’ll have an up-to-date, easy-to-learn, and computer-checked black repertoire at your fingertips. Now is the time to get your black openings in order…and IM Marcin has the perfect “shortcut” system here for you to start dominating tons more games.
Most players don’t like memorizing opening theory.
It can be tedious. And it actually doesn’t actually make you a stronger chess player…
Did you know that there’s a simple opening system vs 1.e4 where white’s options are already drastically cut down as early as the first few moves?
And no, I’m not talking about some “come and get me” opening like the Pirc (though even that’s not too bad either!).
I’m talking about the Scandinavian Defense.
1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Qxd5 3.Nc3 Qa5!?
Here we are…move THREE, and white’s play will already be quite predictable.
There are, like, 3 basic setups he can choose.
As long as you know the plans, nothing white does will surprise you.
That’s the Scandinavian Defense.
What I have for you today is a full Scandinavian repertoire course hot off the presses from Polish IM Marcin Sieciechowicz – everything you need to solve your opening problems with the black pieces.
The course is a sort of “choose your own adventure” repertoire in that he offers you both a “mixing it up” dynamic approach to the opening, as well as a rock-solid positional approach.
And all ideas have been checked and approved with the 3700 Elo Stockfish 15!
Get this course and you’ll have an up-to-date, easy-to-learn, and computer-checked black repertoire at your fingertips.
Here is what you’ll learn:
- Dominating Knights! Bishop pair? Nah! In Chapter 21 you’ll discover how to employ your nimble knights and cause havoc in the center with ideas like …Nd5! leaving white in big tactical trouble!
- The Super-Solid Stockfish Plan! If you’re the type of player who likes to play super safe, super solid chess…this piece trading plan introduced by super engine Stockfish 15 is all you need. Study it, understand it and play it and you’ll hold your own against many higher-rated players! (see Chapter 22!)
- Quayzy Queen Sacs! In several positions, you’ll have the option to throw white into confusion with mind-boggling positional queen sacs like …Qxd5!!? as introduced by GM Van Wely (2688)!
Now is the time to get your black openings in order…and IM Marcin has the perfect “shortcut” system here for you to start dominating tons more games.
Chapter 1. Illustrative Games
Chapter 2. White doesn’t take on d5
Chapter 3. White doesn’t take on d5 Game Examples
Chapter 4. Alternatives for Move 3 for White
Chapter 5. Alternatives for Move 3 for White Game Examples
Chapter 6. 4.Nf3 + Flank Attacks
Chapter 7. 4.Nf3 + Flank Attacks Game Examples
Chapter 8. 4.Bc4 Line
Chapter 9. 4.Bc4 Line Game Examples
Chapter 10. 5.Bd2 Different Setups for Black
Chapter 11. 5.Bd2 Different Setups for Black Game Examples
Chapter 12. 5.Bc4 Line
Chapter 13. 5.Bc4 Line Game Examples
Chapter 14. 5.Nf3 Minor Options for White
Chapter 15. 5.Nf3 Minor Options for White Game Examples
Chapter 16. 8.Ne4 Line
Chapter 17. 8.Ne4 Line Game Examples
Chapter 18. 8.Nd5 Line
Chapter 19. 8.Nd5 Line Game Examples
Chapter 20. 8.Qe2 Line
Chapter 21. 8.Qe2 Line Game Examples
Chapter 22. Stockfish vs Komodo in Scandinavian
About the Author:
IM Marcin Sieciechowicz [FIDE 2462]
Marcin 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, his highest rating was 2462. He is playing French Defense for 20 years and has a couple of wins in this opening with the players rated 2600+.