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  • Stop Your Opponent's Best Moves! -- Part 1

    • 30/07/2014
    • | 18 min
    • | 144 visitas
    • | 1 Comentario

    IM Rusa Goletiani shows you how to limit your opponent’s best ideas in her debut video for Chess.com. You will learn two ways to stop your opponent’s plans before they happen: 1. Prevent your opponent’s best moves using tactics and control of key squares. 2. Allow your opponent to complete his idea, but only when it is to your advantage. Finally, IM Goletiani shows you when to transition between stopping your opponent’s ideas and starting your own decisive attack. | Ver video

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    • Ruy Lopez: Steinitz Defense! - Part 2

      GM Roman Dzindzichashvili

      • 27 min
      • | 4454 visitas
      • | 12 comentarios

      GM Dzindzi wants to be a trend setter. For years he has played and studied 3...d6 in the Spanish Game and he can't figure out any clear route to an advantage for White. Today you'll see more of why he thinks top players will eventually switch from the Berlin to the Steinitz. He covers all the missing gaps from part one, including early c3 and c4 systems, as well as similarities to pawn structures from other openings like the Yugoslav attack in the Dragon. Be a trend setter and play the Steinitz! | Ver video

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    • Evaluation and Planning! - Part 11

      GM Melikset Khachiyan

      • 20 min
      • | 4393 visitas
      • | 19 comentarios

      So you have a better position, huh? When is the right time to trade in positional advantages for material ones? Today you'll see a top American GM face that same question many times. There's a right way and a wrong way to be up a pawn, and patience is truly a virtue in this one. Keeping Black in a vice proves to be more powerful than cutting off one of his fingers! Watch and learn how to prevent counterplay and convert your advantage to the full point. | Ver video

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    • The Classical Dutch - Part 5

      GM Simon Williams

      • 19 min
      • | 4093 visitas
      • | 20 comentarios

      The final chapter in the Dutch Defense covers various other responses, including what to do when White fails to fianchetto. The Ginger GM also shows a model game where Black accomplishes the thematic ...e5 and gets an impressive pawn duo on the 5th rank. Watch how Black's latent queenside development comes alive and gives him great play. You'll also some some early move order questions you must answer, but you're now ready to go Dutch! | Ver video

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    • US Women's Championship Part 4: Endgame Odysseys

      MF Alisa Melekhina

      • 20 min
      • | 5221 visitas
      • | 14 comentarios

      A worse rook ending and a better queen ending. What's the fair result? Watch and see FM Alisa Melekhina grovel for a draw and push for the win at the 2014 U.S. Women's Championship. Learn some techniques for how to defend worse positions, and see the precarious line that divides each half point. If you "drive for show and putt for dough" then endgames are surely the green of chess. Learn the basics and you'll never three-putt! | Ver video

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    • Evaluation and Planning! - Part 13

      GM Melikset Khachiyan

      • 23 min
      • | 2610 visitas
      • | 7 comentarios

      The d6/e5 pawn structure for Black in the Sicilian is one of the most common patters. It's time you got to know the plans and themes for both sides! GM Khachiyan doesn't need to dig deep in his vault. Instead, why not show off a recent game from the red-hot GM Ivan Saric? That's right - not all Croatians went to the Dalmatian Coast this summer. Some were beating Super-GMs and rising in the ranks; Saric may well soon crack the top 50 if he keeps this up! | Ver video

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    • Member Game Analysis: Game Like No Other!

      GM Roman Dzindzichashvili

      • 26 min
      • | 4067 visitas
      • | 16 comentarios

      Wow! Roman is not short on superlatives for this one! First he shows you several positions where the discussion is whether a bishop is good or bad, then you get to see both sides' misunderstanding of this concept. But our author saves his highest opprobrium for a simple pawn move. "This is the worst move I've seen in months." One side clearly wasn't thinking about squares gained and taken away - it turns out to be the pivotal mistake. Enjoy the lesson! | Ver video

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    • Evaluation and Planning! - Part 12

      GM Melikset Khachiyan

      • 16 min
      • | 3455 visitas
      • | 12 comentarios

      If you want to see a superb demonstration of knight usage, look not further than GM Alejandro Ramirez's game from this year's U.S. Championship. First he offers an exchange, then he builds up a rock-solid pawn structure and makes Black's king walk the plank. The extra pawns prove useful, and with a losing endgame only getting worse, GM Mackenzie Molner commits Hari-kiri by mating himself. | Ver video

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    • The Classical Dutch - Part 5

      GM Simon Williams

      • 19 min
      • | 4093 visitas
      • | 20 comentarios

      The final chapter in the Dutch Defense covers various other responses, including what to do when White fails to fianchetto. The Ginger GM also shows a model game where Black accomplishes the thematic ...e5 and gets an impressive pawn duo on the 5th rank. Watch how Black's latent queenside development comes alive and gives him great play. You'll also some some early move order questions you must answer, but you're now ready to go Dutch! | Ver video

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