Chess 216: Opening Repertoire for Intermediate Players Part 6, Sicilian Najdorf & More
Hello chess lovers!
I'm happy to announce the next installment of my opening repertoire series: Chess 216: Opening Repertoire for Intermediate Players Part 6, Sicilian Najdorf & More!
Level: This seminar is aimed at players rated between 1250 and 1800 USCF/FIDE.
When: Saturday, May 18th, 2013 at 1:00 PM Pacific Time
Format: The total seminar consists of two 1-hour sessions that are separated by a 15 minute break.
Do you have trouble playing against the Sicilian as White? Do you find yourself in an inferior position right out of the opening? If so, you are not alone! If you would like to gain essential opening knowledge, learn important concepts, and get prepared to face the strongest Sicilian systems, Chess 216 is for you!
Because the Sicilian is the most important opening for 1.e4 players to be prepared for, I decided to split coverage of the Sicilian into two different seminars. In Chess 215, the previous installment, I taught how to play against the Sveshnikov, Kalashnikov, Hyperaccelerated Dragon, Accelerated Dragon, and the famous Sicilian Dragon.
Chess 216 will cover systems such as the Sicilian Najdorf, Scheveningen, Classical Sicilian, the French Sicilians, etc.
Chess 215 is not a prerequisite to Chess 216. Additionally, the video recording of Chess 215 is available for purchase if anybody wants to brush up their openings against the Sicilian.
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Follow these steps to register for Chess 216:
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Answers to Commonly Asked Questions:
The seminar will take place on my livestream channel.
Chess.com University seminars are interactive so you may certainly ask questions.
Students will also receive a video recording of the seminar!
If you have further questions, you may message Kairav Joshi or comment on this news post.