The Trompowsky Attack

The Trompowsky Attack‎

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This is a quick guide to a video series by IM Keaton Kiewra. This series shows ideas that white can use in the Trompowsky Attack. Learn how to play this creative and bold opening without getting bogged down in too much theory.

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How To Play The Trompowsky Attack Do you play the Tromp? IM Keaton Kiewra introduces you to one of his favorite openings, the flexible and powerful Trompowsky Attack.

Learn The Trompowsky With 3...d5 It's time for your next lesson on the Trompowsky, a creative and flexible opening that is easy to learn. IM Keaton Kiewra shows you the main ideas behind a popular line of the opening, with 3...d5.

How To Play The Trompowsky Attack: 2...c5 Dive into IM Keaton Kiewra's deep lesson on the Trompowsky Attack in this next lesson, as he discusses a tricky line he's had trouble within his own games. This is an opening that rewards flexible play and learning this line will make you happy to see 2...c5 in your games.

How To Play The Trompowsky Attack: 2...e6 If you like a flexible opening without too much theory, the Trompowsky Attack is for you. In this lesson, learn from IM Keaton Kiewra how to deal with one of Black's most solid replies, 2...e6.

How To Play The Trompowsky Attack: Battle For The Center What happens when your opponent immediately fights for the center, as early as move two? IM Keaton Kiewra shows you how to play the Trompowsky Attack when Black puts the question to you early in the game.

How To Play The Trompowsky Attack With 2...g6 Continue the world's most comprehensive lesson on the Trompowsky Attack with IM Keaton Kiewra. Learn how to handle the opening when Black plays its pawn to g6, trying to turn your Tromp into a King's Indian.

The Trompowsky Attack: How To Handle New Moves You've learned the main lines of the Trompowsky Attack by now, but what should you do if your opponent plays a new move? IM Keaton Kiewra explains that you shouldn't fear these miscellaneous lines since they're not the best ways to handle the opening.

How To Play The Trompowsky Attack: Amazing Wins IM Keaton Kiewra concludes his comprehensive series on the Trompowsky Attack with two of the most amazing wins ever played with the opening. Learn from the best as you watch a victory by the chess player who actually wrote the book on the Trompowsky. 

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