Most Players Don’t Know This Powerful Opening Variation [Hidden TRAPS]

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Frankly, I was hesitant to record this video lesson because the following opening variation worked so well for my private students that I didn’t really want to share it publicly. But because I love you so much, I decided to share this really cool variation with you.

This is the Advance Variation from the French Defense which happens after the first moves: 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.e5, and it continues with 3…c5 4.c3 Nc6 5.Nf3, and most players would play 5…Qb6 to increase more pressure on the d4-pawn.

In this video lesson, you will learn how to win against the French Defense as White. Watch the video lesson and learn the aggressive and unpopular variation that will give you a lot of victories in your games!

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► Chapters

00:00 How to Win Against the French Defense as White?
00:30 Advance Variation: 3.e5 (why it is powerful)
02:07 Trap by White, Unpopular Sideline
03:29 Aggressive Gambit Style, More Traps!
04:58 If Black plays Qxb2
06:30 Boom: Queen Trapped!
07:03 If Black retreats with Qd8
08:52 If Black doesn’t play dxc3

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