Smirnov Gambit - A new Chess Gambit

In this course, I am going to show you one very interesting opening line which I have discovered recently.
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Surprise your opponent using a new type of gambit
Optimize your opening skills

Requirements

  • No prerequisite, All chess players are welcome to take this course

Description

Chess Gambit, If you sacrifice a piece , usually a pawn, during the opening in order to achieve an advantage, it is called a gambit.

In this course, I am going to show you one very interesting opening line which I have discovered recently. I am sure that you would get some ideas after watching this course. But most of the chess players do not know about this opening line at all.

Who this course is for:

  • 'Smirnov Gambit' course is intended to all level of chess players

Course content

1 section11 lectures1h 25m total length
  • Introduction – key idea
    13:07
  • The most common tricks
    07:13
  • Learn how to open the lines
    06:35
  • The most important attacking ideas
    07:39
  • Strategically understanding and evaluation
    07:36
  • The accepted gambit
    09:35
  • Black’s most challenging variation
    08:12
  • Black’s main sublimes
    05:18
  • Black’s tricky counterblow
    06:37
  • Main line
    12:43
  • Bonus
    00:42

Instructor

Chess Grandmaster, coach, Master's degree in Psychology.
Igor Smirnov
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  • 48,409 Students
  • 7 Courses

Personal development

Holder of a Master's degree in psychology.

Igor is the founder of the KeyToVictory(net) – popular blog about self-improvement. We share ideas, strategies and inspiration in order to turn your dreams into reality.

Chess

Igor is the founder of the “Remote Chess Academy" company that has helped thousands of students worldwide to improve their chess results.

GM Smirnov has developed lots of chess video lessons, articles, webinars and training courses, including the famous courses “The Grandmaster's Secrets", “The Grandmaster's Positional Understanding", and “Calculate Till Mate".