Chess Openings: The Branches of the Tree

Chess Openings: The Branches of the Tree

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Last blog post, we talked about how many players shy away from learning and analyzing long, complex lines in the opening, fearing that it's out of their reach.

This leads them to settle for unambitious opening systems, or to constantly end up planless in the middlegame - because they've never analyzed their openings deep into the middlegame!

I got some great questions from that article, including numerous players wondering what happens if their opponent deviates from the "long main line" of the opening they're studying.

So in today's training, I'll be showing you how to think about "The Branches of the Tree"

Enjoy the video! If you want more training and are serious about building a Master-Level Opening Repertoire, please let me know HERE. I have an exclusive training video on this topic I'd be happy to share with you. This video is not publicly available, and in the past this training was only for some of my private students - but if you're serious about getting better and are ready to jump out of your comfort zone and take action, I want to help you out.

Let me know if you'd like the exclusive training!