10. Crushing the Scandinavian

ChessMood Family, Welcome to the video course "Crushing the Scandinavian"

About This Course

How to get advantage against a Scandinavian defense without remembering lots of theoretical lines? This is exactly what is covered in this course step-by-step! 
We'll share with you the most dangerous lines against the Scandinavian defense and where you shouldn't remember lots of theoretical variations! 
Against 2...Qd5 we offer 3.Nf3 very tricky move, where Black should show their cards first. 
Against 2...Nf6 we offer 3.Bb5! - the most dangerous move against this line. 
Let's go? :) Crushing with ChessMood Openings or to be crushed- it's a choice. Which one do you choose? 


About Coaches

GM Avetik Grigoryan
Name GM Avetik Grigoryan
Title GrandMaster
Rating 2568

In 2010 Avetik won Armenian National Championship and joined their national team.

After 2 years he stopped playing chess professionally and started coaching career.
Now he is the coach and the second of more than 10 GMs, co-author of video courses "Right Mood Openings", and the author of the book "Right Mood - Right Move"  which will be published soon. 

In 2018 he founded ChessMood.  

GM Robert Hovhannisyan
Name GM Robert Hovhannisyan
Title GrandMaster
Rating 2640

In January 2011, Hovhannisyan won the 71st Armenian Chess Championship.

The following month, Hovhannisyan tied for first place with Dariusz Świercz in the World Junior Chess Championship in Chennai, placing second on tiebreak.

In 2013 he won the 6th Karen Asrian Memorial in Jermuk.

In 2015 Hovhannisyan tied for first with Alexei Shirov in the 5th Riga Technical University Open in Riga, finishing second on tiebreak. Hovhannisyan won this tournament three years later.

What do you think about this course?


Robert Hovhannisyan
1 year ago
Edo Tokyo
1 year ago
Gor Avetisyan
1 year ago
This course very interesting, and useful. Thank you!
Abhi yadav
1 year ago
Finally after four days of hard work I finished this amazing course. I always struggled between d4 or Nc3 and all lines becomes so complex but this Nf3 made my life simple and I appreciate the efforts of both authors for this amazing course. I think we need to give more than 5 stars here.
Giorgos Kechagias
1 year ago
WIM_Siranush Ghukasyan
8 months ago
Edvin Grigoryan
7 months ago
Ritvik Caringula
2 months ago
Nf3,wow,what a move,i never paid much attention to this move,from now onwards i am very confident against the scandinavian,your hardwork will be worth it,thank you chessmood team,big fan of avetik and his positivity from india,Ritvik Caringula
Adem Souissi
1 month ago