A 2600-rated GM has spent nearly 3-months building an easy-to-learn, structures-based opening repertoire just for you... so you can beat even a much stronger competition with THIS!
Looking for a surprise counter against the most popular 1.d4, but tired of learning truckloads of theory and memorizing zillions of lines?
You are in luck.
GM Papaioannou recommends an opening that is positionally solid, low-theory, and based on a universal setup that can be played against the most popular White’s replies!
Introducing the Bogo-Indian Defense (1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6).
The best part?
A 2600-rated GM has spent nearly 3-months building an easy-to-learn, structures-based opening repertoire just for you… so you can beat even a much stronger competition with THIS!
Here is what this course will do for you:
- Learn the BOGO-Indian through a “structures-based” approach. Forget memorization. GM Papaioannou teaches the important pawn structures and builds your opening repertoire around already familiar positions. This shortcut approach saves you time and you can start using your new repertoire as soon as tomorrow!
- The ‘Big-3’ Bogo-Indian Strategies are covered: Dark Square Strategy, Light Square Strategy, and the Capablanca Method
- A “spare-repertoire” that can be played for both Nimzo- and Bogo-Indian. GM Papaioannou created it specifically for his private students. It is VERY effective on the club level. And now it is also available for you.
- Fully annotated PGN files are included! On top of everything covered in the course, the PGNs also include extra model games, positional subtleties, killer novelties, and attacking ideas [that is 90 more pages of knowledge!]
Ready to take 1.d4 players by storm… with the Black pieces? Let’s get started!
About the Author
GM Ioannis Papaioannou (2633 FIDE) has been a 4-times Greek Chess Champion and is the No. 1 rated player in Greece.