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This is a game between two very dynamic grandmasters, Alexei Shirov and Judit Polgar. It was from a theme tournament held in Buenos Aires in 1994 where the players were obliged to play the Sicilian Defense!
Great video. It's clear that you've thought out what it is that you want to show and also how to present it. Concise, well paced and full of insight.
Keep up the good work :)
From one teacher to another - you rock!
Thanks again for all the feedback. :)
very nice game.
wow judit, Im impressed.
Great video! Keep it up.
Your videos are better than the premium ones they offer on this site for me. They are so clear and easy to understand.
That was some pawnography!!!
Great game; nicely annotated! Thank you for this instructional comments.
Thank you for a first video analysis for me.
They are much better than analysis in a book.
Thank you NM Jerry, very good video! Your explanations are very clear and you are very didactical. It's easy to follow and "digest" the information with the way you present things. I wish you were in the video lessons at chess.com!
Excellent example on how to combat a pawn storm with active piece play. Great game. Great presentation. Thank you.
Wow... this video made me realize how much I suck at this game
Salute to the NM, an enlightening analysis. Sicilian is my favorite defense,and still looking for a win against Fritz.
Excellent presentation! The pacing flowed well with just the right amount of explanations and "what ifs", which made the video very enjoyable and beneficial.
Love ur vids :) problem is they dont come out fast enuff !! But ofc u have a life etc etc .. ;D
* Was wondering if u cud answer my question in the current daily puzzle which is titled too much to cover or something like that. Thanks !
I know, right Zotalegre! :)
I hate wen they show how simple is chess!
thanks a lot
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