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  • 12 months ago

    upen2002

    Suberb

  • 14 months ago

    lovenature

    bye

  • 18 months ago

    kauboy

    Good grief; well that went way over my head. but it was very interesting.

  • 18 months ago

    kauboy

    Ng5? Oh, I see. very good.

  • 23 months ago

    Patzer24

    I was actually just two boards over in the first game shown. Everyone around was really shocked when the game was all over so quick while the rest of us were still coming out of the opening phase. Especially knowing it was a GM vs IM game. Only expect a result like that in round 1 when GM is paired much further down.

  • 23 months ago

    DoubIe_Dragon

    Great video!

  • 23 months ago

    mizzyrules

    thanks this has helped me alotWink

  • 23 months ago

    jonathansfirstacount

    nice

    its very  intresting

  • 23 months ago

    pumpupthevolume247

    1.d4! is always a winning formula Money mouth

    On a more serious note, for me as a 1.d4 player myself, it's instructive to see how 1.d4 games develop at a much higher level and I definately like that neat trick in getting rid of blacks DSB in the stonewall - b3! which is a move I love anyway in another opening Wink

    Great material Sam thanks for showing these Cool

  • 23 months ago

    orestesmantra

    Nice video! Thanks.

  • 23 months ago

    Dude_3

    nice video- thanks!

  • 23 months ago

    Popcorn179

    Thanks.

  • 23 months ago

    NM Bab3s

    First, I presume you mean 6. Ba3 at 2:35. Second, it's a blunder because of 6...Bxa3 7. Nxa3 Qa5+.

  • 23 months ago

    Popcorn179

    Grrr... really want to know why "...c6. Ba3," is a blunder.

  • 23 months ago

    teh

    was not able watch the video on chess.com. Video couldn't be located or it was not supported by chess.com. Could someone help

  • 23 months ago

    lovenature

    hi

  • 24 months ago

    RyanMurphy5

    Getting the opponent out of their comfort zones with non-theoretical but still challenging play is a great way to apply practical pressure.  Thanks for the egs.

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