This week our chess openings guru Jan Gustafsson explains why not to play the Traxler Gambit, answers a couple of questions on the King's Indian Defence and tackles the easy topic of how to meet White's 6.Bg5 in the Najdorf! He also gives some important updates to his own video series. He explains how he would now approach some lines of the Vienna differently and points out that if you're following the repertoire he gave in his Fighting the Italian series you need to be ready for a sneaky try popularised by Dutch Grandmasters Jorden van Foreest and Anish Giri.
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The plan is to release Part 4 of Jan's Opening Clinic 24 in a week's time on our Shows page.
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