786 yayınlayan mattiasahlsen
Practice Caro-kann defense as black.
Vienna Opening - GothamChess
662 yayınlayan 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 (https://www.youtube.com/watc...
The Stafford Gambit
463 yayınlayan Arne
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 Open...
Kings Indian Defense
442 yayınlayan 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.
213 yayınlayan fancymcpantz
From Lichess study https://lichess.org/study/ZkCxh0nB
English Opening Repertoire
164 yayınlayan Arne
This is a comprehensive English opening (1. c4) repertoire. It is best suited for intermediate level players and above (~1500+).
155 yayınlayan tactics
Imported from Lichess' most popular study of the same name by user Toxenory!
Both White and Black side traps.
149 yayınlayan Ja
A study about the French Defense. Going over the important themes and covering multiple sidelines.
Created by lichess user Mr_Pennings: https://lichess.org/study/A4EBp7Ds
144 yayınlayan ElijahCharles
129 yayınlayan ozzion
gotham's caro-kann defense from the video and subsequent lichess study
The Evans Gambit
128 yayınlayan Arne
This is a study about the Evans Gambit inspired by the video from Hanging Pawns in his series about the Italian Game.
113 yayınlayan Arne
This is a complete, in-depth opening repertoire for the Hyper-Accelerated Dragon as black, suitable for players of all levels.
The Ponziani Opening
108 yayınlayan sobbierel
Learn one of the oldest chess openings: The Ponziani Opening. An opening that will catch many black e4 e5 players off guard.
81 yayınlayan ElijahCharles
The Pirc Defense is a hypermodern opening that meets the King's Pawn. Original: https://lichess.org/study/r7IsnoO1