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Get “insured” in the opening…
Turn Up The Pressure Against Black With Virtually ZERO Risk
Using Our Most Flexible Lifetime Repertoire Yet
Love airtight positions, where you can keep pushing for the win without fear of counter-play?
If so, then International Master Christof Sielecki has something that will delight you. IM Sielecki brought us five-star opening repertoires, which taught precise move orders AND improved his students’ game IQ.
His repertoire did a lot to sharpen my positional understanding in general. Sielecki explains very well. – cloots
This time, he teamed up with professional analyst and theoretician FIDE Master Carsten Hansen to bring you…
A No-Nonsense 1.c4/1.Nf3 Repertoire You Can Play
And WIN With For The Rest Of Your Life!
Lifetime Repertoires: 1.c4 And 1.Nf3 Part 1 features flexible, proven, and opportunistic strategies to sway the game to your favor.
The duo teaches you how to reach the ideal setups with 1.c4 and 1.Nf3, making you harder to prepare against. Plus, their recommendations are solid as a rock, so novelties are unlikely to blow them away.
It is worth noting that the recommended lines versus the King’s Indian and Grunfeld transpose to 1.d4 territory, meaning that the repertoire is also useful for 1.d4 players looking to fight these defenses from Black.
Best of all, however: You get to play for clear advantages and turn up the pressure with almost no risk.
You will learn:
🔎 How to turn the Reversed Sicilian on its head with a well-timed d4-push
🔎 Build a formidable phalanx against the King’s Indian Defense
🔎 Choose between a promising position that’s near-impossible to lose…
🔎 And a tense game with plenty of chances to outplay the Grunfeld
🔎 Plus, practical weapons against 1…g6, the Old Indian, the Dutch, and other sidelines
IM Sielecki and FM Hansen managed to pack all of the above into ۳۲ hours of video instruction and ۶۲۱ trainable variations.
And with a Quickstarter Guide to explain must-know move orders and plans, you can start playing this Lifetime Repertoire in days instead of weeks.