After tackling the classical setup against the King's Indian Defense, GM Perelshteyn highlights an easy setup against the Four Pawns Attack. He advocates for an early ...c5, wasting no time going after
White's provocative setup. In this first installment, we see how to respond to dxc5, when Black will control the dark squares forever. The grandmaster shows an assortment of plans, making sure you're ready to break down the wall of pawns.