You’ve seen GM Simon Williams’ crazy gambits against the Sicilian, the Caro-Kann, and the King’s Pawn defenses, but what is there to do against the French, perhaps Black’s most solid response to e4?
Don’t worry — there’s a spicy gambit available against the French, too, and it will infuriate any opponent who wants to stick to the main lines.
Learn how to achieve an almost-unbreakable attacking setup early in the game with this powerful idea. | Watch video
Are you tired of boring chess? Had your fill of “positional rubbish”?
GM Simon Williams would like to introduce you to what he calls the Delayed Wing Gambit against Black’s Sicilian Defense.
Has GM Williams finally gone mad by recommending you play 2. a3? Find out in this wild video -- there's another surprise coming on a3, too!
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What’s the secret opening that impressed a young Magnus Carlsen?
GM Simon Williams unveils the Hillbilly Attack, a crazy and aggressive gambit your opponent has probably never seen in his life.
Learn the key ideas of this rootin’-tootin’ opening to blast your opponent off the board! | Watch video
Two scintillating attacks are on display from GM Finegold. After a tricky move order than Black won't be prepared for, he gambits as many as three pawns to gain a lead in development. Fortunately, White has all five long-range pieces remaining, and they are having more fun than Bugs Bunny in a carrot patch. Watch how you can punish Sicilian players for their greed! | Watch video
Beating Russia 3-1 in the final round of an Olympiad? All in a day's work for GM Mikhalevski's Israeli squad. Our author takes care of his part of the equation by centralizing all of his forces against the Slav Defense. When Black gambits a knight to try to undermine White's uncastled king and pinned knight, there was no choice but to accept the challenge. See if you could have defended after the sacrifice - even though in front of your computer is much less pressure than the Olympiad! | Watch video