And today we're bringing you the course, Understand the Trompowsky: Theoretical Trends and Typical Pawn Structures where 6 resident Grandmasters from Modern Chess reveal all the bells and whistles of this extraordinary opening.
Want to take Black out of their comfort zone as early as move 2?
Play the Trompowsky Attack [1.d4 Nf6 2.Bg5].
Not only you’ll avoid the carefully prepared pet lines, but you’ll also bypass many of the unpleasant defenses.
You won’t face the Queen’s Indian, King’s Indian, Nimzo-Indian, and Grunfeld to name a few.
Trompowsky is the perfect weapon for Club Players, especially for those looking to turn every possibility into ‘1-0’. It is a dynamic, attacking opening with rich play for both sides.
And today we’re bringing you the course, Understand the Trompowsky: Theoretical Trends and Typical Pawn Structures where 6 resident Grandmasters from Modern Chess reveal all the bells and whistles of this extraordinary opening.
This training is well structured, and makes it easy to include Trompowsky into your repertoire over the weekend!
5 Reasons Why You Should Play the Trompowsky:
- It is one of the top-scoring openings for White winning nearly 55% of games.
- A very aggressive opening that leads to exciting play and is perfect for those pushing for a win [don’t worry we’ll give you all the strategies, plans, and attacking setups]
- You’ll get a better pawn structure and a long-term positional advantage to convert as soon as move 5.
- Not much theory to remember – you’ll rely on schematic thinking rather than memorization to find the best moves. By playing Trompowsky you are also bypassing a lot of preparation for “what if Black plays this…” type of situations.
- Played by many VERY strong attacking players including Garry Kasparov, Baadur Jobava, and Hikaru Nakamura. Trompowsky is especially effective on the club level.
Ready to enjoy your first win with Trompowsky?