Van Geet Opening for White with IM Boroljub Zlatanovic

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IM Boroljub Zlatanovic played Van Geet for over two decades and scored an insane 68.4% with white pieces! In this quick-start opening course, he'll share his secrets and help you get your first win in no time!

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Van Geet was once considered a ‘bad’ opening…

Things changed after Magnus Carlsen started playing Van Geet with great success.

It helped him clinch some key victories in blitz & rapid.

Only 1 out of 780 games begins with Van Geet Opening (1.Nc3).

Out of 300,000 games in the database, 1.Nc3 has a stunning winning percentage of 57.25%!

Van Geet Opening for White

It is a low-theory opening, offering ultra-rapid development, and… needless to say… most of your opponents will NOT be prepared for it.

There are plenty of traps, so if Black isn’t careful, the game could be over in just 10 moves.

IM Boroljub Zlatanovic played Van Geet for over two decades and scored an insane 68.4% with white pieces! In this quick-start opening course, he’ll share his secrets and help you get your first win in no time!

Here is what you’ll learn:

  • The top-scoring 1.Nc3 setup and how to achieve it
  • Mastering Favorable Transpositions
  • Exploiting the ‘Home-Field Advantage’
  • Strategically Losing a Tempo to Secure Optimal Positions
  • Punishing Suboptimal Moves

Outline:

Introduction
Chapter 1. 1.Nc3 e5
Chapter 2. 1.Nc3 d5
Chapter 3. Zlatanovic – Kahrovic
Chapter 4. Zlatanovic – Ilincic
Chapter 5. Zlatanovic – Mimovic
Chapter 6. Zlatanovic – Musovic
Chapter 7. Zlatanovic – Djuric
Chapter 8. Zlatanovic – Atalik
Chapter 9. Zlatanovic – Petriashvili

About The Author:

IM Boroljub Zlatanovic [FIDE 2438]

IM Boroljub Zlatanovic is an International Master and a professional chess coach from Serbia. Boroljub has been coaching chess for over 15 years and his students showed outstanding results in the Youth and Junior Championships. Whether you want to improve your endgame (basic, typical, complex), middlegame (global strategy, tactics, and typical positions), or expand and deepen the opening repertoire, you are at the right place!