chess24 Jun 26, 2017 | 6:44 PMby chess24 staff

Jan’s Opening Clinic 16

Chess clinician Jan Gustafsson is once more at your service to deal with all your chess opening ailments. His new show at 18:00 CEST on Tuesday 27 June is not restricted to any particular series, so you can ask one of Magnus Carlsen’s recent World Championship seconds about any opening topic, from general advice to specific lines. He did say we should add the disclaimer, “I know nothing about the French or Sicilians”, but we choose not entirely to believe him!

The most recent opening clinic, in case you missed it, dealt exclusively with Jan’s 4-part repertoire against 1.d4. You can rewatch it below:

The rules for the new clinic are the same as always.

  1. To ask a question you should Go Premium, if you’re not already, which gives you full access to 1000s of instructive videos by the likes of Jan, Peter Svidler, Mark Dvoretsky and many more top players and coaches. You can try it out for only $9.99 a month.
  2. Please leave your question in the comments section below this article – one per member, so Jan has a chance to get to them all. Jan will only answer questions from here and the comments section will be closed before the show starts.

And that’s all - then simply tune in and enjoy! 

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