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🔹 Czech Defense Against 1.e4 & 1.d4 [TRAPS Included] –
Are you tired of feeling on the defensive when facing 1.d4 as Black? If so, this video is for you. In this lesson, we’re going to delve into a potent chess opening strategy that can empower you against the 1.d4 opening, including the notorious London System. Get ready to enhance your chess repertoire with the Czech Defense and gain a strong foothold in your games.
From battling established lines after 1.d4 to shaking up the London System, the Czech Defense offers you a structured yet flexible approach to seize the initiative.
The foundational moves of the Czech Defense 1.d4 d6 2.c4 Nf6 3.Nc3 c6 lay the groundwork for a resilient position.
00:00 Best Chess Opening Against 1.d4, Czech Defense
00:30 Opening System (same moves in all variations)
02:25 Common mistake by White
04:39 If White plays d5 instead of dxe5
06:23 If White plays 5.Bd3
09:17 Puzzle of the day
09:34 Czech Defense Against the London System (2.Bf4)
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