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A great game by a great WGM! Please show more of your work Camilla
Educational video. Thanks for sharing it
wow!! looks so difficult, I never thought women could think that deep.
Very interesting and instructive.
This is one of the best game analyzed games i've watched...so much learned. Thanks!
Very cool camilla
Congratulations on your win and a wonderful explanation of the game. It is just my personal view that many of the videos of the "my recent game" genre, though interesting, have little instructional value. You did a wonderful job demonstrating key elements in your lesson that can we can learn from. I am sure most games have such value, but it takes a good coach to point them out.
by WGM Camilla Baginskaite
During her best game of the U.S. Women's Championship, WGM Camilla Baginskaite must have felt like she was playing the entire Foisor family - Sabina's mother, father and sister are all titled players! Here she fights against a setup in the Modern Defense that several Foisors play, but she came prepared. After saddling black with a backward d-pawn, Camilla operates slowly to increase her position, making sure her opponent is completely stifled the entire way.
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Modern Defense: Averbakh Variation (A42)
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WGM Camilla Baginskaite
Women's Grandmaster Camilla Baginskaite learned to play chess from her father ate the age of eight in her home town of Vilnius, Lithuania. She earned the title of Women's Master at the age of 15, and went onto win the Girls Under 20 World Championship. She has competed in a total of seven chess Olympiads between Lithuania and the United States. She is a former U.S. Women's Champion, and continues to play at the highest levels of chess in the U.S. for women, while maintaining her family life and teaching chess.
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