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Have you ever seen a grandmaster game with four queen sacrifices, none of which could be accepted?
IM Keaton Kiewra shows you a shocking Efim Gellar game where the legendary grandmaster uses his queen like an unstoppable battering ram that simply cannot be taken!
If you can learn how to use your queen like Gellar, you might find yourself making your opponent offers he must refuse. | Ver video
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili
GM Dzindzichashvili continues his series on the Four Pawns Attack in the King’s Indian Defense. Expanding on the analysis in part one, GM Dzindzi starts out by listing the four crucial positional objectives for White in this opening. If Black allows his opponent to achieve all four goals, Black will be in a lot of trouble. GM Dzindzi shows you how to prevent White from achieving this set-up. Stick around till the end of the video to learn every plausible variation in this exciting opening. | Ver video
MF Elliott Liu
FM Elliot Liu shows you a brilliant Emanuel Lasker game from nearly 120 years ago to illustrate the power of making constant threats with your moves.
Lasker uncorks one of the first uses of the Berlin Defense in top-level play to quickly gain an advantage in this instructive game.
FM Liu shows you how Lasker pressed his edge and improved his position with every move. | Ver video
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili unlocks the secrets of an aggressive response to the King’s Indian Defense: the Four Pawns Attack.
What do you do when White throws four central pawns at your defenses? GM Dzindzichashvili helps you remain calm and play the best moves.
In this instructive lesson, GM Dzindzichashvili takes a long look at the most popular variations of this dynamic opening.
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GM Roman Dzindzichashvili
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili analyzes one of his own games from start to finish, paying special attention to the transition between an advantageous position and a won endgame.
Once you get to the endgame, how do you win it? GM Dzindzi shows you the important concepts in a tricky rook ending. | Ver video
GM Ben Finegold
Was Magnus Carlsen lucky to save a draw in this game? Or is he just that good?
GM Ben Finegold takes a look at an exciting Giri-Carlsen game where the world champion presses too much for a win with the black pieces.
Although Carlsen escapes with the draw, the game is instructive and has more fighting spirit than most wins. | Ver video
GM Simon Williams
Are you ready for another fiery King’s Gambit game?
GM Simon Williams deeply analyzes a brilliant attacking game in this romantic opening.
Learn how to cash in your lead in development for a devastating attack.
GM Williams shows you the powerful secrets of the King’s Gambit, and how to crush your unsuspecting opponents who will be expecting anything but this dynamic opening. | Ver video
GM Ben Finegold shows you what he considers the funniest game of his anti-Sicilian series, an instructive tilt against a national master at the 2013 National Open.
On a recommendation from his son, GM Finegold tries out 2 …a6 in response to his opponent’s Nc3 anti-Sicilian.
Learn the four things you need to know about playing a6 against an anti-Sicilian system in this exciting video. | Ver video
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