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Move Order and Typical Ideas
1.1 The Critical Line - Introduction
1.2 The Critical Line - White Goes Gambit Style
1.3 The Critical Line - The More Reliable Approach
2 Two Can Play That Game
3 Black Plays Meekly
4.1 The Sensible 3...e6 - White Plays Nb5
4.2 The Sensible 3...e6 - The Slower Approach
5 Black Plays Scared
6.1 Black Plays ...g6 - Introduction
6.2 Black plays ...g6 4.Qd2 The Traditional Approach
6.3 Black plays ...g6 - The Modern Approach - Black Plays Badly
6.4 Black Plays ...g6 - The Modern Approach - The Critical 6...c5
6.5 Black Plays ...g6 and Allows e4
7.1 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 Nc6 3.e4!
7.2 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 c5 3.e4!
7.3 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 Bf5
8 1.d4 with Black playing ...c5
9 1.d4 Other Black Systems
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If you're looking for a super simple system to play with White, perhaps the simplest of any openings, then the Jobava London System is the must-buy DVD for your repertoire!
Your first three moves will follow the line 1.d4 2.Nc3 and 3.Bf4; Black has few concrete setups to play against this. The London System is renowned by club players for requiring minimal preparation against openings such as the King's Indian Defence, Grunfeld, Nimzo, Benko, Benoni, Budapest Gambit... the list goes on!
The Jobava London System is perfect for both the club player and GMs alike. Names such as Carlsen, Aronian, Rapport, and of course Baadur Jobava are now playing this exciting and attacking opening regularly.
Presented in the Double Tuition format, your hosts are GM Simon Williams and Blair "Switcheroo" Connell.
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