GM Marian Petrov Reveals…
Kasparov’s ENTIRE Sicilian Najdorf repertoire, with UPDATED theory and plans…
Garry Kasparov sits crouched forward, head in his hands in deep concentration…
His 2650 level opponent is launching pawns forward on the kingside, but Garry is not worried at all… he has seen it all before.
He takes off his watch and places it beside the board with a deep exhale…
Then he reaches out his hand, grabs the rook on c8 and sacrifices it on c3. KABOOM.
A thunderous attack ensues and Kasparov forces resignation on move 30.
Now, we know that Kasparov was one of the most dynamic players ever to live… but without dynamic weapons, even the most dynamic player becomes rather dull.
I wanted to figure out what Kasparov’s most powerful weapons were…
So I asked GM Marian Petrov which opening weapon was Kasparov’s most DEADLY…
His answer? The Sicilian Najdorf!
I threw some ideas at GM Petrov and he went to work for you…
And what we have for you today, is Kasparov’s ENTIRE Sicilian Najdorf repertoire, with UPDATED theory and plans… completely explained by GM Petrov in HD video!
If you’re ready to learn the black repertoire that kept Kasparov at the top for 20 years, grab your chance and enjoy.
- Garry’s CRUSHING Exchange Sac vs the English Attack: Here’s a secret: Most players think they’ll SMASH you with the English Attack – not with Kasparov’s deadly …Rxc3!! counter attack! Check it out in Chapter 3!
- How to Stop Karpov’s Attack Before it Even Starts: Discover how Kasparov used subtle rook moves to take away options and prevent pawn breaks before they even happen! See Chapter 1!
- A Sizzling Way to SMASH Short’s Sozin! Nigel Short is one of the most dangerous attackers on the white side of the Najdorf. In Chapter 5 you’ll discover Kasparov’s …h5, …g5!! pawn strikes that knock white backward in this line leaving him dizzy and black calling the shots.
Add to your 10 hours of high-quality video lessons a complete PGN file of ALL Najdorf games Kasparov EVER played and you’re armed with all you need to play confident and aggressive chess with black… no matter what white tries!
Follow in the footsteps of Kasparov, the Sicilian Najdorf is a winner!
Sicilian Najdorf: Kasparov’s Repertoire with GM Petrov video course [10 hours 23 minutes]
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Complete set of PGNs and ChessBase Files
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Contents – Majdorf Sicilian Kasparov’s Repertoire:
Chapter 1: Najdorf Sicilian 6.Be2 e6
Chapter 2: Najdorf Sicilian 6.Be2 e5
Chapter 3: Najdorf Sicilian 6.Be3 e6
Chapter 4: Najdorf Sicilian 6.Be3 e5
Chapter 5: Najdorf Sicilian 6.Bc4
Chapter 6: Najdorf Sicilian 6.Bg5 and 7.Qd2
Chapter 7: Najdorf Sicilian 6.Bg5 and 7.f4
Chapter 8: Najdorf Sicilian Early g4 Ideas
Chapter 9: Najdorf Sicilian 6.f4
Chapter 10: Najdorf Sicilian 6.g3
About the Author:
GM Marian Petrov (FIDE 2537)
is an accomplished professional chess coach, theorist, and Bulgarian champion for 2002 and 2017, as well as 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.