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Thank you for watching this video. I wish you will enjoy it and learn new things!
Thank you my teacher:)
Great stuff Attila. I have never played the Benoni but I like its very aggressive nature.
I missed that becouse it was written as hromadka defence on whychess. still i think it is very rarely played
Actually played today, very nice victory by Rapport
what might be the reason that none of the players (including many super GMs) at tata steel tournament that is being played these days, in the first 63 games of the tournament didnt use this opening?
Thanks for a very good analysis of the Benoni, I've always played nimzo, semi-slav or grunfeld against 1.d4 but I decided to give the Benoni a try and im happy with my results since it fits my "style", so thanks for reminding me of this fabulous opening!
Thank you for both of you for watching :) I hope you can use some ideas in your games.
Great video Attila. Explains the Benoni opening principles :)
Thanks for posting this lecture. It gives me a better idea of how to play the white side when I encounter it.
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