The GothamChess 1.e4 Repertoire combines principled opening play with offbeat execution to launch hard-hitting attacks — many of which score up to 70% before move 15. It took inspiration from “under the radar” lines super-grandmasters play — then fused them into a complete and aggressive repertoire against 1…e5, the Sicilian, French Defense, Caro-Kann, and more. Levy Rozman has arrived on Chessable and you can get it here today!
In creating The GothamChess 1.e4 Repertoire, Rozman examined the latest classical games from the toughest tournaments, GothamChess cherry-picked the best “under the radar” openings played by Magnus Carlsen (16th World Champion), Alexandra Kosteniuk (2008 Women’s World Champion), Jeffrey Xiong (peak 2712 FIDE), Aryan Tari (peak 2672 FIDE), Jonny Hector (peak 2609 FIDE), and other top players and fused everything into a principled but unique attacking repertoire. One that’s capable of blowing away even 2700-grandmasters.
Gotham Chess takes a special look at the Carlsen Variation which is Rozman’s recommendation against the Dragon Sicilian and many more interesting pathways.
Get the 1.e4 GothamChess course here
More new 1.e4 arrivals
Chessable has multiple new arrivals on 1.e4. Among them are the 1.e4 Simplified by GM Alex Colovic with a full king’s pawn repertoire for the modern chess player and ChessDojo’s 1.e4 for White
Get your copy of 1.e4 Simplified here
Get your copy of ChessDojo’s 1.e4 for White here
And for a starter, you can always get for FREE the Sethuraman’s 1. e4 e5 course and Levon Aronian’s free strategy Lesson