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Looking for a new defense to 1.e4? Well, the Nizmovtich Defense could be exactly what you're looking for. I summarize 26 years experience playing this defense to give the main ideas. I t has held up for me as a viable defense and it avoids all the popular lines White has prepared for. More videos will follow soon.
Direct link: http://youtu.be/jkMov4P8cJQ
Wow, you must specialize in uncommon defenses. watching your analyzation proves that you can surprise your opponent greatly.
Here is the next installment. I am soon going to be posting these videos only to my group, so you will need to join to see them! http://www.chess.com/groups/view/nm-aww-rats-free-video-lessons
Direct Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WntB0tEvyHM
love your videos! I think you should make videoson Alekhine's defence as well
I love these videos!! I actually won my first game against an 1280 rating player using the Nimzovitch Defense. Here is my game if you want to take a look.
Thanks! I woudn't do the Alekhine's Defense justice in a video series, and I don't have time to learn it to make videos about it. I'm sure you can find something by GM Lev Alburt, he played it.
Here's the next video! Enjoy!
Direct Link: http://youtu.be/SjOcrx06NKc
i am going to school but when i'll back i 'll watch it
Which variation do you recommend against 2.Nf3 ?
2...d6 is safe and solid, so is 2...e6. There is a video here at chess.com by FM Galofare where he recommends 2....d5, I'm trying that in online games. It's pretty good, only thing he's wrong about is 2.Nf3 is not the most common reply, 2. d4 is. I mention 2...f5 but you really have to know it to play it, and I haven't gotten to videos of that yet, but I will!
Here are the latest, if you subscribed to my Twitter, FaceBook, or YouTube channel you would already have them!
Part 3: Direct Link: http://youtu.be/5-Vg8f79CXk
Part 4: Direct link: http://youtu.be/aaBxe4zfq4o
For those that want a good plan against 2. Nf3, try the FRED! Wildest line and video you may ever see....More of these coming, how soon, depends on how eager you await them. Let me just say this, White will be in fits if you play this line and are prepared!
Direct Link: http://youtu.be/CQofyVG4ZYY
Do you have any games in this variation?
Do I? I have hundreds, see my last video posted yesterday.......
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