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Repertoire for Black - The French (21 part series)

Repertoire for Black - The French (21 part series)

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Repertoire for Black - The French (21 part series)


Players: Johansson, Beliavsky, Wieweg, Dysing,Mestel, Comai, Dvoiry, Murey, Schenk, Moskalensko, Aryanejad, Potkin, Komarovs, Gradalski, Mogranzini, Berkes, Malakhov, ZhanZhong, Tiviakov, Vysochin, Shen Yang, Leconte, Vorobiov, Kruppa, Antal, Bauer, Ermenkov, Kovacevic, Vajda, Bauer, Karjakin, Grischuk, Kotronias, Berczes, Leko, Morozevich, Bologan, Jobava, Klovans, Rozentalis, Short, Hertneck, Zude, Meinhardt, Mueller, Bogdanof, Fedorov, Rustemov

ECO: C00- C19

IM John Watson is a renowned chess teacher, and with his new show he's going to put at your service his great teaching experience. In these videos, IM Watson is going to help you build your own opening repertoire, explaining the ideas that lie behind the moves; that's it, you won't have to memorize long sequences of moves in order to play your openings! Watson's lectures are going to sharpen your chess-sense, make you aware of what's going on over the 64-square beloved piece of wood (or the few pixels that it takes to see a board on your screen), and get a good "feeling" about your position. Every Tuesday at 3:00pm ICC time, don't miss the new and amazing Chess.FM show: Sharpen your chess-sense with IM John Watson! This week IM Watson, after he concluded the repertoire for White (1.e4 and 1.d4) continues his series on Black's repertoire. The first approach is the French, an opening that IM Watson has been writing excellent books about! Don't miss this formative and interesting series, and 'store' another great piece of opening repertoire for your future successes!

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A great leaning tool. Review by borzoi
I followed this weekly when John presented this series.
It gives a great repertoire without having to learn tons of theory. (Posted on March 9, 2016)
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Great repertoire Review by jmorris
John watson provides a simple repertoire that does not require you to memorise lots of theory (Posted on October 4, 2015)
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Good stuff! Review by Samuel
This series has it all! It covers all the main lines in depth, and is perfect for a player who wants to improve his french defense. :) (Posted on November 2, 2014)
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