If you've missed Jan Gustafsson's last two Opening Clinics you're in for a treat. In his replies to chess24 Premium member questions, Jan, a regular Magnus Carlsen second, addresses such issues as why 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 g6!? isn't the solution to all Black's problems in the Sicilian and what pre-moving 1...Nf6 in bullet games and accidentally playing thousands of Alekhine's Defences has taught him. There's also some Marshall (or Anti-Marshall) theory from one of the world's leading experts on that opening.
You can jump straight to an answer that interests you by using the clickable timestamps below - you'll also find those timestamps in the description under the video at YouTube:
And here's Part 3:
Once again, here are the timestamps:
It's planned to release Part 4 of Jan's Opening Clinic 25 on Thursday 5th March at 17:00 CET and you'll be able to find it on our Shows page.
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