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Dnipropetrovsk (originally from Donetsk), Ukraine
Submitted by AndreyOstrovskiy on September 2, 2015 at 12:46 PM.
The game we analyze in this episode, started with the King's Indian Defense and ended in a draw. However, Black had serious problems after the opening stage. So, we try to understand why it happened and come up with some insights that will be useful ...Read more »
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