Queen’s Gambit Declined with …h6 with FM Zaur Tekeyev
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Video LessonsThis Course contains video lessons to guide you through its content.
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- Chapter 1. 5.cxd5 exd5 the Carlsbad
- Chapter 2. 5.Bf4 the QGD style
- Chapter 3. 5.g3 the Catalan Style
- Chapter 4. 5.e3 and its Middlegames
- Chapter 5. Odds and Move Orders
Learn the Queen’s Gambit Declined with …h6 with FM Zaur Tekeyev
Are you looking for a serious upgrade to your anti-1.d4 repertoire?
If you play Queen’s Gambit Declined with black pieces I have great news for you.
FM Zaur Tekeyev is here to present a trendy novelty when it comes to QGD!
1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Nf3 h6
He recommends Magnus Carlsen’s top pick …h6!
Not only do you take advantage of the element of surprise, but you also get a solid, perfectly sound position.
You will avoid most of the theory and home preparation by White, as well as save time mastering this opening.
In just 3-hours, you’ll get a complete understanding of the…h6 system and will be able to deploy it in any of your Queen’s Gambit Declined games.
Time to get started!
What you will learn:
- How to avoid most of the theory playing Queen’s Gambit Declined with Black, yet get a perfectly sound position?
- How to start an attack in the…h6 system?
- What can we learn from World Champion when it comes to QGD?
- How to use novelties to get an opening advantage?
Chapter 1. cxd5 exd5 the Carlsbad
Chapter 2. 5.Bf4 the QGD style
Chapter 3. 5.g3 the Catalan Style
Chapter 4. 5.e3 and its Middlegames
Chapter 5. Odds and Move Orders
About The Author:
FM Zaur Tekeyev [FIDE 2409]
is a FIDE Master with one International Master norm. FM Tekeyev has been coaching chess players of different ages and levels for many years. As a player, he has won multiple tournaments, one of the best results being 1st place in the Russian National Students’ Chess League Championship (Moscow Open, 2017). Zaur is also a big online blitz player, with an online rating of over 2800.