Take the teeth out of your opponent's aggression by calmly playing ...c5 against the Four Pawns Attack. GM Perelshteyn continues his explanation by giving the main plans against the d5 response. He shows how a savvy switch to Benoni-style ideas will ensure that the "wall" is paper-thin, and will soon be shredded by Black's active pieces. Go ahead - try to find a piece that is not perfectly posted in his line. I dare you!