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London System Repertoire
148 by SummerAndo

Repertoire for white in the London System.

Vienna Opening - GothamChess
100 by oudaasahi

This study follows Levy Rozman's video on the Vienna Opening and the most important variations he mentions. You can follow along with his video on the GothamChess channel (

The Stafford Gambit
75 by Arne

This study contains a lot of the traps in the Stafford Gambit. These traps are from the video from Eric Rosen ( about the Gambit titled "The Trappiest Open...

Kings Indian Defense
68 by Arne

The Kings Indian is a flexible opening setup that leads to imbalanced and sharp positions from the beginning. It can be played against virtually all lines except 1. e4.

Caro-kann Black
61 by mattiasahlsen

Practice Caro-kann defense as black.

Sicilian Defense
33 by ForkPower

In this study I aim to show you the basics of the sicilian (1.e4 c5)

Queens Gambit Structures
29 by Painterpainter

Queens Gambit Structures

Scotch Opening Repertoire
29 by Zyrronn

Scotch Opening Repertoire

English Opening Repertoire
27 by Arne

This is a comprehensive English opening (1. c4) repertoire. It is best suited for intermediate level players and above (~1500+).

Hyper-Accelerated Dragon
24 by Arne

This is a complete, in-depth opening repertoire for the Hyper-Accelerated Dragon as black, suitable for players of all levels.

Vienna Repertoire
23 by ElijahCharles


Sicilian Dragon
22 by EdWebo

Sicilian defence dragon variation

Stafford Gambit
22 by aditya67543

Stafford Gambit study imported from:

The Evans Gambit
21 by Arne

This is a study about the Evans Gambit inspired by the video from Hanging Pawns in his series about the Italian Game.

Caro-Kann defence
21 by Ja

Caro-Kann by Mr_Penings

Ruy Lopez
20 by fancymcpantz

From Lichess study

The Italian Game
19 by Fernsage

Ideas and lines in the Italian Game

London System
19 by DTKMoves

London System Repetoire

English Opening Repertoire
19 by tomcraven

English Opening Repertoire

Rozman French Defense by Gotham Chess
18 by alphadave

The Rozman French Defense as studied by IM Levy (GothamChess). Link to the youtube video: