Kasparov Beat Karpov in WC Final with Double Fianchetto System

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It’s been a couple of days since our course “Double Fianchetto System” by GM Sipke Ernst was launched. Let me remind you that you can get this course with a massive 50% discount, saving about $65 USD, by using the coupon “dfs50”. If you don’t know how to use a coupon, please see here.

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Double Fianchetto System

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Today we have published the second chapter from the course, where GM Sipke Ernst analyses the famous game played between the legends Garry Kasparov and Anatoly Karpov in the World Chess Championship Match 1987.

Before the 24th game, Kasparov was down 12-11, but in the 24th game, Kasparov made a comeback by using the double fianchetto system to win the final game to retain his title. It was probably this game that brought a lot of respect and popularity for this opening system as more grandmasters started playing it often.

Watch the instructive video analysis below:

As you can see, it’s a highly flexible and strong opening system that you can learn easily. Don’t miss the opportunity to get this course at a flat 50% OFF! 😊

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