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  • hace 5 semanas

    MI DanielRensch

    Thanks everyone.

  • hace 3 meses

    E43445

    PLEASE continue this series on the Yugoslav Attack and English Attack.  This is some of the most intersting and informative stuff I've seen on this site.

  • hace 4 meses

    AlexJSchindler

    IM Rensch is always the most entertaining, so just watching him solve puzzles or play blitz is already fun. And I usually learn something in the process. But this is a whole new level. Going through the evolution of theory in an opening, making not just the individual moves but the future plans and responses of both sides make sense - this is why I'm a diamond subscriber!

  • hace 4 meses

    Shane_Stantonov

    Again - awesome - thank you
  • hace 5 meses

    RudiV

    Thank you.It certainly heps explain my lack of success with the traditional dragon so I've statred to play Rb8.Did you do a follow up video on the Chinese  Dragon somewhere as I havent found it on Chess.Com.

    Once again thanks for a very clear video.

  • hace 5 meses

    JeromeMD

    Thanks Danny. One question. If you play the position on against the computer in your link on the right. After white Nd3-e2, blacks Bd7xg4! Then if white e3-h6 and then g4xf3.  This sacrifice seems to ruin whites chances for a mating attack. Any thoughts? Also Flickers, LOL!!! Your funny. 

  • hace 14 meses

    one-of-many

    Good!....Dec. 15, 2014

  • hace 2 años

    wvega23

    hey Danny!!! unleash the chinese Dragon!!! it is time now

  • hace 2 años

    maryvale1

    good video

  • hace 3 años

    devotin

    where is the next part ??

  • hace 3 años

    quads24

    Please sir, some more P.S. 101

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZrgxHvNNUc

  • hace 3 años

    DoubIe_Dragon

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  • hace 3 años

    MarcioSaito

    Daniel, this video is very timely and useful to me, but I am writing to say that this format, where you follow the evolution of an opening over time is very instructive and help us understand specific move choices ("why can't I do this?"). I highly encourage chess.com coaches to follow that approach when teaching an opening in video format. Thank you.

  • hace 3 años

    e-cricket

    Daniel, thank you for explaining the reasons behind the directional attack at the end of the video.  That was really helpful.

  • hace 3 años

    To_the_Kings

    I thought it was "Check, checkmate"

  • hace 3 años

    asocialscientist

    March 1st...still wont video play

  • hace 3 años

    ProVteur

    Great video, I actually started to play the Dragon (Soltis variation) since a while, but I might need to reconsider. White's position seems to be a lot easier to play and it makes a lot of sense. 

  • hace 3 años

    trooo

    how can I - what can I say - before seeing the conclusion ?

  • hace 3 años

    ajttja

    I cant wait for the chinese dragon! If i hadn't seen the rest of the video I would said HUH??? to Rb8, very nice video.

  • hace 3 años

    DrFrank124c

    The explanation of the pawn having to be on the 5th rank before being considered a finger pointing in the direction of attack elucidated an important point for me. I have watched most of the videos on pawn structure and read articles and books on the subject and am finally beginning to understand it, thanx 2 u!

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