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Can't watch the game. Error loading media.
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yeah its nonsense, how hard can it be to host a video? i dont know what format chess.com uses, but its not very stable, they should switch to mp4 or webM.
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I love Cammilas vioce, its so soothing.
The piece improvement/repositioning from about 10:00 to 15:00 is fascinating.
Pleased you are a contributor now. Keep it up.
That was a very nice game. I couldn't wait for the next installment and played through the game to the end. I look forward to your continuing analysis.
Fischer vs Spassky http://www.chess.com/games/view?id=200634
Thanks for the video!
What was the time control for this game?
by WGM Camilla Baginskaite
Sure, you watch TMZ every night, but how often do you watch TMB? WGM Camilla Baginskaite uses her silky-smooth delivery to explain the nuances of the tongue-twisting Tartakower-Makagonov-Bondarevsky variation of the Queen's Gambit. Facing the upstart WFM Sarah Chiang, our author saddles black with hanging pawns, then decimates them with ease, giving her the better chances in the endgame.
Intermediate | Advanced
Queen's Gambit Declined: Tartakower Defense (D58)
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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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