Chess Openings: Crush Your Opponent with the Evans Gambit

Greg Vanderford, Knowledge is Power!

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  • 1x (Normal)
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  • 1.5x
  • 2x
14 Videos (2h 9m)
    • Evans Gambit Promo

      2:10
    • Lesson 1 Introduction to the Evans Gambit 2

      12:21
    • Lesson 2 Bishop a5 Variation

      10:36
    • Lesson 3 Multiple Attack Formations

      9:01
    • Lesson 4 Playing with Aggression

      12:38
    • Lesson 5 The cxd4 Variation

      6:56
    • Lesson 6 Best Play from Black

      6:51
    • Lesson 7 Bishop e7 Variation

      19:01
    • Lesson 8 Building a Strong Center

      6:11
    • Lesson 9 Endless Tactics for White

      12:56
    • Lesson 10 Nxc3 Variation

      8:12
    • Lesson 11 More Explosive Tactics

      7:47
    • Lesson 12 Where to Put the Bishop

      4:40
    • Lesson 13 Evans Gambit Conclusion

      9:36

About This Class

CHESS IS A WONDERFUL GAME THAT IS VERY DIFFICULT TO LEARN.

The above sentence is especially true for the opening phase of the game, which is when you will either get an immediate advantage or disadvantage for the rest of the middle and end games.

Most beginning and intermediate players play very similar and standard opening positions and have very little knowledge of certain aggressive opening sequences.

The EVANS GAMBIT is one opening that very few people are familiar with or know how to play well, which makes it one of the most effective weapons for white against black's choice of playing 1...e5 as their opening move (moving pawn to e5 after you have started the game with your pawn moving to e4)

IN THIS COURSE YOU WILL LEARN:

1. How to lead your opponent into the Evan's Gambit

2. How to get a decisive attack against your opponent's king

3. How to surprise your opponent and leave them confused in the opening

4. How to trap your opponent and gain material early in the game

5. How to get a great position out of the opening every single time

6. How to save time on the clock when playing blitz

7. How to get a huge advantage over your opponent with the Evans Gambit when playing Blitz or Bullet games

8. How to CRUSH YOUR OPPONENT with the Evans Gambit!

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Greg Vanderford

Knowledge is Power!

My courses are designed based on my many years as a teacher and student of education and business. I hold a master's degree in curriculum and instruction and have been designing curricula for over a decade.

The business, language, and chess courses that I have built are a reflection of this experience and dedication to education. My goal is to reach as many people as possible with my courses, which is why I have chosen the internet as my ideal mode of delivery.

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