Win With 1.d4, Even Nakamura Was CRUSHED With This Attack!

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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov shares with you a winning, attacking plan for White after 1.d4. It is useful for you especially if you play the London System as White.

This destructive attacking plan is illustrated with the game played between Andrew Tang and Hikaru Nakamura. This goes to show you how even Nakamura, one of the strongest chess grandmasters, was defeated with this aggressive attacking plan.

► Chapters

00:00 Attack & Win with 1.d4 as White
00:14 Hikaru Nakamura was defeated with this plan!
00:34 1) Do NOT worry about Bd6-Bxf4 ideas
02:34 2) Start of your middlegame ATTACKING plan
04:07 3) Key multipurpose move
05:02 4) Powerful pawn storm!
06:48 5) Last piece to join the attack
07:24 Can you find the stronger finishing move?

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