The Caro-Kann defense is one of the most solid defenses to 1 e4 and it is therefore no surprise that many of the greatest positional masters of all time have been adherents at some stage in their careers - Capablanca, Botvinnik, Smyslov and Petrosian were all attracted by its reliable qualities.
The opening of Caro-Kann is completely sound. Black has a number of ways to develop his pieces quickly and no damage to his pawn structure.
In this full course you will learn:
The Exchange Variation
Two Knights Variation
Who is the target audience?
Love to play chess
Want to be a chess master
Who this course is for:
Anyone who wants to learn chess openings-Caro Kann defense
11 sections • 39 lectures • 4h 6m total length
Classical Variation 4.....Bf5 - The Old Main Line
Genocchio Vs Serrer - Budapest 1999
Classical Variation 4.....Bf5 - The Modern 7....Nf6
Watson Vs Lalic -London 2002
Classical Variation .....Nd7 : When Black Castle Queenside
Beliavsky Vs Larsen - Tilburg 1981
Movsesian Vs Lordacheschu - Fide World Championship 2000
Smyslov Variation - Introduction
Smyslov Variation - The Nf3 Line
Tiviakov vs Adams - New York 1994
Smyslov Variation - The Bc4 Line
Smyslov Variation - The Ng5 Line
John Nunn Vs Mikhail Tal - Brussels 1988
Deep Blue Vs Garry Kasparov - New York 1997
Bronstein Larsen Attack....gXf6 - Early Deviations
Berzinsh Vs Zabystrzan - Trinec 1999
Bronstein Larsen Attack....gXf6 White Plays g2-g3
Campora Vs Morozevich - Moscow Olympiad
Van Den Doel Vs Konings - Dutch League 2002
Tartakower Variation.......eXf6 - Early Deviations
Kudrin Vs King - London 1988
Khalifman Vs Seirawan - Wijk Aan Zee 1996
Advance Variation.....c5 Line - Early Deviations
Greet Vs Arkell - British Championship - Millfield 2000
The Short System - Early Deviations
Gallagher Vs Polak - Bern 1995
Advance Variation.....Sharp Nc3 Line - Alternatives to 4......e6
Nunn Vs Dlugy - London 1986
Klinger Vs Hodgson - Oakham 1984
Advance Variation....Sharp Nc3 - Main Line With 4...e6 g4 Bg6
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