Profile of Arne
Arne has been a member since 2020-06-26.
Public studies by Arne
Kings Indian Defense
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.
Nimzo/Bogo Indian Defense
This is a complete, in-depth opening repertoire for the solid Nimzo/Bogo Indian, suitable for players of all levels.
This is a complete, in-depth opening repertoire for the Hyper-Accelerated Dragon as black, suitable for players of all levels.
Sicilian Kan Repertoire
This is a comprehensive guide to the Sicilian Kan. It is best suited for intermediate level players and above (~1500+).
This is an Anti-Sicilian Guide, which avoids all of the open Sicilian theory, suitable for players of all levels!
Nimzo Larsen Case Study
This is a study I created to the video Larsens Opening: 1.b3 Chess Openings Explained from the Saint Louis Chess Club https://www.youtube.com/watch?vtqUOuk7Cirs
The Stafford Gambit
This study contains a lot of the traps in the Stafford Gambit. These traps are from the video from Eric Rosen (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nH_fiqlLp2U) about the Gambit titled "The Trappiest Opening in Chess? | Win Quickly with the Stafford Gambit". As the title suggests, the Stafford Gambit is filled with deadly traps. A fun opening for the risk takers.
Refuting the Stafford Gambit
The aim of this study is to refute the Stafford Gambit. Learn these lines if you have problems against the new popular gambit. This study contains the lines by Daniel Naroditsky from his video Snuffing the Stafford Gambit. Checkout the video if you want to learn more about the lines and why the moves are played: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLzLAJcRn-Q
This study contains lines for the Jerome Gambit. A fun opening gambit where white not only sacrifices one piece but two! The aim of this gambit is to strip the king of its cover by sacrificing a bishop and a knight to make it easier to attack and checkmate. This gambit is very risky, because White sacrifices two pieces for his attack and thus gains a very high material disadvantage.
English Opening Repertoire
This is a comprehensive English opening (1. c4) repertoire. It is best suited for intermediate level players and above (~1500+).
The Evans Gambit
This is a study about the Evans Gambit inspired by the video from Hanging Pawns in his series about the Italian Game.
In-Depth: The Lucchini Gambit
A study with the popular lines from the Lucchini Gambit. The Lucchini Gambit is filled with many deadly traps. A fun opening against the Italian Game. If you want to learn more about the Lucchini Gambit check out Eric Rosens video about it: https://youtu.be/STwcmr-nIBo
A few lines of the Orthoschnapp Gambit Opening. The engine may not like it and on the professional level it has not scored well, but judging by the games in the Lichess database the Orthoschnapp Gambit has fared quite well against amateur players with a lot of aggression right out of the gates. Inspired by this short game by Eric Rosen playing the gambit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEy6DtVBNLM
Understanding the Budapest Gambit
This study about the Budapest Gambit covers the basics of the four main variations of the opening. For more information about this opening check out the video by Hanging Pawns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHAYsm8FOh0
🎃 Halloween Gambit 🎃
Learn the main lines of the Halloween Gambit. In this spooky opening white gives away a knight for some mighty pawns in the center. Can black untangle and develop or will whites development advantage result in checkmate? The perfect opening for the halloween season.
Understanding the Smith Morra Gambit
This is my study about the Smith Morra Gambit. The perfect gambit to get sicilian players out of their repertoire.
The Beaver Gambit
Opening novelty by Jonathan Schrantz: the Beaver Gambit. A tricky gambit for white where black can stumble into many traps hidden behind natural looking moves.
The Benko Gambit
This study is about the Benko Gambit. Also called the Volga Gambit this gambit arises after the moves 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 c5 3.d5 b5. This study has been created by reddit user /u/HenryChess who allowed me to upload this study here. Based on the video of HangingPawns on youtube about the Benko Gambit. Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_x_jp_7Ephc