Introduction to the Grunfeld defense


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Now I’d like to share with you the introduction video to the course. In this video, I’ll show you a quick overview of the Grunfeld defense and its main ideas and plans.

P.S. After the study of the course, please write your impressions in the comments below. 🙂 I’d be glad to read your feedback. Thanks in advance!

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  1. Dear GM Smirnov,
    Nice to see another mainstream opening course and the intro is very good as always. I have one quick question about the lines discussed. White has one very interesting way to neutralize Black’s setup 1.d4 2.c4 3.f3 and I hope the course will tackle a way on how Black should handle this. In case not, I wish you could provide a good bonus lesson about this 😉
    Thanks in advance,

  2. You know, there is one way White can fully prevent any Grunfeld position. 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.d5. Well, I never said it was good, but White can stop d5!

  3. Thank you GM Igor Smirnov for this introduction to the Grunfeld defense. When I play against the grunfeld defense I choose 4.Bg5 instead of 4.cxd5. I think that the last one is very sharp for white and a little risky. All my oponent are surprised when I choose 4.Bg5. When you play different lines you create problems to your opponent and they start to think a lot in the opening stage. As black I never try Grunfeld Defense but it is time to learn about this opening and to play
    training match.

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