[FREE] Crush 🔨 1.d4 with Damian Lemos’ new King’s Indian repertoire!

Want to add a great attacking weapon to your repertoire?

GM Damian Lemos is going to show you how to play one of the essential chess openings, the King’s Indian Defense, in an info-packed free lesson taken from his new  Deep Dive course!

Click here to download your free copy of Here’s looking at you, KID!

 

 

Whether you love crazy hack attacks or enjoy masterful maneuvering, the King’s Indian Defense gives you a ton of creative ways to take control, KO your opponent and make them quit 1.d4 forever!

 

In Here’s looking at you, KID, Damian explains how to get a great position no matter what your opponent plays.

You’re going to learn: 

  • How to win the central battle. e3 or e4, …c5 or …e5, d4-d5 or maintain the tension? Each possibility leads to a different type of game. Damian shows how to get the type of position you want and – crucially – explains what to do next!
  • The King’s Indian Gambit! The Smyslov variation with Nf3 and Bg5 is insanely popular right now – get ready to destroy White’s hopes and dreams with Damian’s shock gambit!
  • Tricky traps. Your rival is happy, thinking they’re going to disrupt your queenside. Then you play …Qd8! and their face drops! 

Follow in the footsteps of Fischer, Kasparov, Radjabov and Nakamura by making the King’s Indian your go-to weapon against 1.d4!

Click here to download your free copy of Here’s looking at you, KID!

 

P.S. Want to really master the King’s Indian? Get the full, 9 hour Deep Dive: King’s Indian Defense course for half-price by clicking here!

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