How does Bobby Fischer’s Yugoslav attack compare to a modern game between two super GMs?
FM Todd Andrews shows you the similarities and differences between the Fischer game from part one and a more recent instructive Sicilian Dragon game by GMs Shirov and Topalov.
Learn how to take notes on opening traps, patterns, transpositions, and structure in this enlightening video. | Watch video
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In this video, learn how to play the ferocious Yugoslav Attack in the Dragon Variation from one of the fiercest Sicilian players of all time, Bobby Fischer. | Watch video
GM Dzindzi wants to be a trend setter. For years he has played and studied 3...d6 in the Spanish Game and he can't figure out any clear route to an advantage for White. Today you'll see more of why he thinks top players will eventually switch from the Berlin to the Steinitz. He covers all the missing gaps from part one, including early c3 and c4 systems, as well as similarities to pawn structures from other openings like the Yugoslav attack in the Dragon. Be a trend setter and play the Steinitz! | Watch video
You've seen Danny Rensch's take, now see Keaton Kiewra's attempt to send his fellow IM to "ouch town." This four-game blitz match features four uncompromising openings: a Dragon with a shock mate, a Nimzo with an early and unexpected pawn sac, and a few more crazy Sicilian middlegames. Listening to chess masters' thoughts while they play is like seeing the hole cards of poker players. It's also like that Mel Gibson movie where he hears all the thoughts of others! | Watch video
After playing a longer time control with him last week, now IM Danny Resnch tries to enact revenge on IM Keaton Kiewra in a series of 3+1 matches. Game one featured a shock checkmate, but no mate should ever really be unexpected in the Dragon. Hear the live analysis by Rensch as he takes you through his decision making. The match got so gripping, they continued playing after their planned series of three games. So today it is buy 3, get 1 free at Chess.com! | Watch video