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I have been a long time subscriber of Kingscrusher.I dunno I just liked his energy.Also there 's Chessnetwork.I really liked Chessexplained's repertoire video series.And anyone there know someone who produces great endgame material in youtube?
The Backyard Professer, maybe??
in terms of annotating charisma or playing strength? but anyway-
Matojelic posts one or two videos covering a single master game almost every single day, he's one of my favourites.
Better KC than Mato, but this is my opinion. OnlineChessLessons isn't bad too...
Chess Network ala Jerry.
8/29/2015 - Green - Zhu, AZ Scholastic State Championship 2009
by ChessPatzer987 a few minutes ago
Recommend me a good long-term black d4 repertoire book
by RussBell a few minutes ago
Review: Official Staunton Morphy Boxwood and Sheesham Chess Set
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8/28/2015 - Back Problems, Ouch!
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Did I have a chance of Winning?Queen's pawn opening Nc3
by Fiveofswords 15 minutes ago
I'd like to report a bug in a game between computer and me I noticed computer played some illegal mo
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Studying openings is highly UNDERrated!
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I want to learn systematically
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