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  • The Complete Queen's Gambit Declined: A Modern Treatment Of The Carlsbad For Black

    • 27/03/2015
    • | 19 min
    • | 1444 visitas
    • | 2 comentarios

    Last time, GM Gregory Kaidanov looked at the classical Carlsbad. But how do modern grandmasters handle the Carlsbad for Black in the Queen’s Gambit Declined? Learn the latest theory on Black’s options in this interesting and relevant opening. You might be surprised about how similar each side’s goals are. | Ver video

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    • How To Beat The Best At Blitz: Simplification

      GM Maxim Dlugy

      • 21 min
      • | 6956 visitas
      • | 19 comentarios

      How do you beat a former world champion at blitz chess? The idea is “simple” — quite literally. GM Maxim Dlugy explains how a simplification strategy allows the smart player to preserve the most precious resource in speed chess: time. Learn how to avoid complications in blitz when you have a positional advantage. | Ver video

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    • Rising Stars: Andrew Hong

      GM Melikset Khachiyan

      • 16 min
      • | 4729 visitas
      • | 15 comentarios

      GM Melikset Khachiyan shows you a very advanced game from one of his most promising students, Andrew Hong. Hong plays a King's Indian Defense reminiscent of Garry Kasparov, and you'll love the logical and patient way Hong cashed in his advantage. | Ver video

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    • Russian To The Endgame

      GM Alex Yermolinsky

      • 20 min
      • | 2612 visitas
      • | 9 comentarios

      GM Alex Yermolinksy draws inspiration from the Moscow Open to begin a new series on practical endgames. Jump straight to the relevant ending in this illustrative lesson on rook, pawn, and bishop endgames. Learn how a strong grandmaster lost what should have been a drawn game, and see if you can save the half-point yourself. | Ver video

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    • How To Stay Creative

      GM Melikset Khachiyan

      • 18 min
      • | 3624 visitas
      • | 10 comentarios

      Sometimes chess relies on rote study: the rules, normal openings, and some common endgames. But most of the time, winning at chess requires imagination — and lots of it. So how do you stay creative at chess? GM Melikset Khachiyan shows you how one of his master students came up with inspirational ideas to win a long and hard-fought game. Learn how to have a flexible mind when evaluating positions and you just might win more of them. | Ver video

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    • Pawn Power In The Grünfeld!

      GM Eugene Perelshteyn

      • 16 min
      • | 7037 visitas
      • | 13 comentarios

      Appreciating pawns in chess may be an old idea, but it’s still relevant in modern chess. GM Eugene Perelshteyn analyzes a fairly recent game between two strong grandmasters where a strong pawn center is worth more than an entire piece. Learn how to use pawn power to destroy your opponent’s defenses, even when you have to give up some material to crack open the position. | Ver video

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    • The Complete Queen's Gambit Declined: Classical Carlsbad For Black

      GM Gregory Kaidanov

      • 21 min
      • | 5981 visitas
      • | 7 comentarios

      GM Gregory Kaidanov is back with another installment of his comprehensive Queen’s Gambit Declined video series, and this time he examines the sharp Classical Carlsbad from Black’s point of view. Learn how some of the best players in the world handled this oft-played structure, and the advances that have been achieved through the years with this set-up. Don’t forget to check the related links for more information on the Carlsbad and minority attacks. | Ver video

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    • Rising Stars: Andrew Hong

      GM Melikset Khachiyan

      • 16 min
      • | 4729 visitas
      • | 15 comentarios

      GM Melikset Khachiyan shows you a very advanced game from one of his most promising students, Andrew Hong. Hong plays a King's Indian Defense reminiscent of Garry Kasparov, and you'll love the logical and patient way Hong cashed in his advantage. | Ver video

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