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As a chessplayer, nothing’s worse than the embarrassment of resigning before the 10th move…

Sit back and soak up the most dangerous opening traps you’re likely to EVER face… explained in plain language by a strong and experienced IM who has seen them all!

21 Video Lessons

06:30 Hours

Complete set in pgn

It doesn’t matter which openings you prefer to play. Every opening has dangerous and venom-filled traps that (in a single move) can make you lose the game. The good thing is that you can be on the winning side by learning them!

Why Was This Course Created?

Even strong players have had the face-reddening experience of losing in a few moves.

Look at this guy: he thought his “tactical shot” …Nxd4 was winning… only to have his sneaky, snickering opponent trap his queen in a few moves… humiliating!

How can you avoid nightmare situations like this?

Studying all the most common traps for every opening will save you dozens of points and hours of embarrassment!

No matter what openings you play, there’s something IM Mat Kolosowksi will point out to help you sidestep the dangers, improve your tactical skill, and improve your overall tournament performance.

Key topics covered in this course

  • Lesson 1 – Introduction to Opening Traps
  • Lesson 2 – Legal’s Mate
  • Lesson 3 – El Greco’s Trap
  • Lesson 4 – Blackburne Schilling Gambit
  • Lesson 5 – Noah’s Ark
  • Lesson 6 – Mortimer’s Trap
  • Lesson 7 – Ruy Lopez – Tarrasch Trap
  • Lesson 8 – Vienna Game – Wurzburger Trap
  • Lesson 9 – Petroff – Marshall Trap
  • Lesson 10 – Sozin Trap
  • Lesson 11 – Accelerated Dragon
  • Lesson 12 – Sveshnikov Trap
  • Lesson 13 – Other Sicilian Traps
  • Lesson 14 – Caro-Kann Traps
  • Lesson 15 – French Traps
  • Lesson 16 – Queen’s Gambit Accepted Traps
  • Lesson 17 – Queen’s Gambit Declined Traps
  • Lesson 18 – QGD – Rubinstein’s Trap
  • Lesson 19 – Cambridge Springs & Ragozin Defence
  • Lesson 20 – Budapest Gambit & other minor lines
  • Lesson 21 – Other 1.d4 Traps

Don’t you like traps?

OK… Your opponents do! And they won’t hesitate to apply them on you!!

The truth is that you have to learn these opening traps, whether to put them or to avoid them.

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About the Author

IM Mateusz Kolosowski

Mateusz Kołosowski is an International Master from Poland. He is a multiple Polish youth championship medalist.

In 2010 he took 5th place in European U-18 Championship. During the course of his chess career, Mateusz won many international tournaments.

Apart from being a player, he is also a chess coach who has experience in working with students from more than 20 countries. So far, he helped a few of them in obtaining their own international titles.

Mateusz has also performed live commentary of Polish and European Rapid and Blitz Championships.

Course Curriculum

Contents
Lesson 1 – Opening Traps 00:01:00
Lesson 2 – Opening Traps 00:20:00
Lesson 3 – Opening Traps 00:12:00
Lesson 4 – Opening Traps 00:22:00
Lesson 5 – Opening Traps 00:19:00
Lesson 6 – Opening Traps 00:28:00
Lesson 7 – Opening Traps 00:26:00
Lesson 8 – Opening Traps 00:19:00
Lesson 9 – Opening Traps 00:17:00
Lesson 10 – Opening Traps 00:20:00
Lesson 11 – Opening Traps 00:30:00
Lesson 12 – Opening Traps 00:27:00
Lesson 13 – Opening Traps 00:15:00
Lesson 14 – Opening Traps 00:20:00
Lesson 15 – Opening Traps 00:12:00
Lesson 16 – Opening Traps 00:13:00
Lesson 17 – Opening Traps 00:12:00
Lesson 18 – Opening Traps 00:18:00
Lesson 19 – Opening Traps 00:19:00
Lesson 20 – Opening Traps 00:15:00
Lesson 21 – Opening Traps 00:15:00
Practical Part
Task 1 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Answer 1 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Task 2 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Answer 2 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Task 3 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Answer 3 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Task 4 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Answer 4 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Task 5 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Answer 5 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Task 6 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Answer 6 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Task 7 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Answer 7 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Task 8 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Answer 8 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Task 9 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Answer 9 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Task 10 – Opening Traps 00:00:00
Answer 10 – Opening Traps 00:00:00

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