Killer Grand Prix Ginger GM Chess Cube DVD with Grand Master Gawain Jones
Run-time: 5 hours 30 minutes.
he Grand Prix Attack is one of the most popular sidelines for white against the Sicilian Defense because it is a naturally very aggressive chess opening system. Experienced British Grandmaster Gawain Jones has used the Grand Prix Attack with unparalleled success and is one of the world's leading experts in this attacking opening system. GM Jones shares his deep insights about the Grand Prix Attack in this chess DVD, featuring 26 video lectures and over 5.5 hours of action-packed chess instruction! Grandmaster Jones prefers wellexplained basic principles over lengthy theoretical variations an extremely effective format for teaching opening concepts. GM Jones presents the material with a very confident and clear style all the more enhanced by the extremely high production values of this chess DVD. The Killer Grand Prix will teach you one of the most effective sideline systems for white against the Sicilian Defense guaranteed to take your game to the next level and drastically improve your results in tournament play. Packed with exciting and instructional games, this chess DVD is a must for any player wishing to be inspired by some of the world's best attacking players. Find out why MAGNUS CARLSEN has used the Killer Grand Prix to defeat former World Chess Champion Veselin Topalov.
KILLER GRAND PRIX: DVD INDEX
Part 1: Introduction and Typical Ideas
2: More on the move order
3: Plan 1 -The caveman attack! Introductory Game: Jones Zartaj
Qd1-e1, Qe1-h4, f4-f5, Bc1-h6, Nf3-g5 and checkmate!
4: Plan 2 The positional plan. Introductory Game: Jones Wall
Bb5xc6 and then gang up on the c6 and c5 pawns.
5: Plan 3 A typical Grand Prix Endgame. Introductory Game, Jones-Rublevsky.
Part 2: 2Nc6 3 f4 g6: The Main Line
6: Introduction to 2Nc6 3 f4 g6
7: 1st Introductory Game: Jones-Bates: 4 Nf3 Bg7 5 Bb5 Nd4 6 0-0 Nh6
8: 2nd Introductory Game: Jones-Van der Nat: 6a6
9: Theory: The main line: 5 Nb5 Nd4 6 0-0 Nxb5
Part 3: 2d6 3 f4!: A dream come true!
10: Introductory Game: Jones-Garner: 3g6 4 Nf3 Bg7 5 Bb5+! with Bc4 to follow
Part 4: 2e6 3 f4: Even the great will fall!
12: 1st Introductory Game: Jones-Rublevsky: 3d5 4 Nf3 dxe4
13: 2nd Introductory Game: Jones-Satyapragyan: 3d5 4 Nf3 Be7 5 Bb5+!
14: Theory: Plans involving Black playing e6 d5 and a6
Part 5: 2a6: A flexible and modern defence
15: 1st Introductory Game: Jones-Orlov: 2a6 3 f4 b5 4 g3
16: 2nd Introductory Game: Jones-Ashwin, WJun Yerevan, ARM, 2007, 1-0: 2a6 3 f4 b5 4 g3
Part 6: 2Nc6 3 Bb5!?: The new and fashionable Grand Prix
18: 1st Introductory Game: Jones-Abhishek: 3 Bb5 g6 4 Bxc6 dxc6 5 f4!
19: 3 Bb5 Nd4 4 Bc4 g6: 1st Tricky Line for Black.
20: 2nd Introductory Game: Jones-Nijboer: 2nd Tricky Line for Black
Part 7: Move Order Tricks and Important Side Lines (I am not entirely sure if I have the next couple of parts in the right order, Simon)
23: Introductory Game: Jones-arlin, London League, 2010, 1-0: 2 Nc3 e6 3 f4 Nc6 4 Nf3 Nge7!?
Part 8: The McShane Big Clamp
24: Introductory Game: McShane-Cheparinov
25: 2 Be2!?: A future possibility?
Part 9: An Overview of the Grand Prix!
26: A quick look at what White should do in all situations