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Learn Openings in Chess: Jobava London System

Learn Openings in Chess: Jobava London System
Learn Openings in Chess: Jobava London System

Learn Openings in Chess: Jobava London System

With little preparation, a complete white repertoire

What you’ll learn

Learn Openings in Chess: Jobava London System

  • A super simple system to play and learn
  • Black perspective cannot play against this opening on auto-pilot
  • The Jobava London system is perfect for both club players and higher-rated chess players as well.
  • Having a fun active game with good attacking chances rather than accepting a lot of work and memorization for an objective but the small advantage with mainlines.

Requirements

  • The chess player should have a 1000 rating on lichens or chess com

Description

If you’re looking for a super simple system to play with White, one of the simplest to play is the Jobava London System. This course is about the Jobava London System an opening repertoire that is based on the moves d4, Nc3, and Bf4. Black has few concrete setups to play against it. The main difference between Classical London and Jobava London, there are many tactical variations and gives attacking chances.

Jobava London is suitable for all skill levels. It’s relatively simple to learn and play. There is relatively little theory required and so is perfect for people with little time to study. Names such as Aronian, Rapport, and of course Baadur Jobava are playing this aggressive opening regularly. Also, Magnus Carlsen himself occasionally plays it which shows that it’s possible at the highest levels.

This course is being created for the rating range level chess players 1000-2200 on lichess or chess com. Having a fun active game with good attacking chances rather than accepting a lot of work and memorization for an objective but the small advantage with mainlines. I’m sure, after completing this course you’ll have another tempting opening that you can start playing in your OTB tournaments or friendly club matches.

Who this course is for:

  • Best for amateur and club players
  • People who do have a not a good opening repertoire with a White perspective
  • It is accessible to almost any player. Especially ideal for those who want a full White repertoire with a minimal amount of study.

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