Lebanese Champion FM Amro El Jawich, played Scotch Gambit for nearly a decade winning over 65% with White. He packed all his secrets into an easy-to-digest, 5.5-hour course.
This opening is an absolute beast against under 2000 players.
With White scoring over 70% wins in some lines.
Scotch Gambit is an excellent weapon against the most popular 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 setup!
Plus, there are loads of ways Black can mess up…
Just to give you one example.
And BOOM Black is checkmated.
Lebanese Champion FM Amro El Jawich, played Scotch Gambit for nearly a decade winning over 65% with White.
He packed all his secrets into an easy-to-digest, 5.5-hour course.
It’s perfect for a weekend deep-dive into the Scotch Gambit, so you can rock in your next game!
Here is what you’ll learn:
- The “Greedy” Variation – Black tries to guard the d4 pawn with the Queen and Knight? Bad move. We swap on c3, forcing the queen to back off. Our development is way ahead, putting us in a prime spot to clinch the win.
- 4…Bb4 Check – So Black goes for an active play delivering a check? Awesome! First things first, let’s shoo away that bishop. Next up, we set our sights on that juicy f7 pawn. And for the grand finale? A killer knight sac!!
- Crushing the Mainline – Facing an opponent who knows their stuff? FM Jawich has your back with a bulletproof strategy. Stay one step ahead, race those pawns toward the King, and either checkmate your opponent or snag a game-changing material advantage.
- Sidelines Kickstarter – Black isn’t following the book? Even better! FM Jawich will guide you through a universal framework for getting an edge against club players relying on gut feeling (spoiler alert: easy win for White).
Craving extra insights?
FM Jawich has thrown in a bunch of model games where he crushes club players (and others) using the Scotch Gambit.
Eager to add this mighty opening into your preparation and start racking up wins by tomorrow?
Chapter 1 Multiple Possibilities on the 4th Move
Chapter 2 The Greed with 4…Qf6
Chapter 3 The Bad Continuations after 4…Bb4
Chapter 4 The Challenging Continuation after 4…Bb4
Chapter 5 The Follow-Up with 5…Ne4 Ng4
Chapter 6 The Early 7…Bc5
Chapter 7 The Main 7…Bd7 Part I
Chapter 8 The Main 7…Bd7 Part II
Chapter 9 The Interesting 5.Ng5 Alternative
Chapter 10 The Classical 5.c3 Part I
Chapter 11 The Classical 5.c3 Part II
Chapter 12 Model Game 1
Chapter 13 Model Games 2 and 3
Chapter 14 Model Game 4
Chapter 15 Model Games 5 and 6
About the Author:
FM Amro El Jawich [2314 FIDE]
learned to play chess at 6, and worked with several strong IMs and GMs throughout the years. FM El Jawich is a 3 time Lebanese Champion and 5 Chess Olympian. He is also a chess coach and content creator, always looking for ways to improve and help his students.