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Very nice analysis. I've fallen prey to that knight+queen combo on the castled king a good number of times.
Thanks for the video series ! Amazing !
This was some of the most complicated analysis I've ever seen on chess.com! Thanks for this insight! Scary. truthfully but you're very honest about how there is an absolute need to memorize certain lines ... great job, Tatev!!
Way to live up to the sexist stereotype, commenters...
Word to the wise: if you're about to comment on Tatev's gender, do think twice before you post.
nice series, soothing voice makes it easy to focus =]
excellent ..thank you....and you are truly magnetic
it seems that you want to smile
by WGM Tatev Abrahamyan
Who better to spotlight recent developments in the Armenian Variation of the Winawer than an Armenian-American herself? WGM Tatev Abrahamyan opens up her personal Pandora's box of Winawer secrets once again to highlight how black can repulse the gangbuster attacks of white on the kingside. Why leave your chess engine running all night when she did it for you?
Intermediate | Advanced
French Defense: Winawer Variation, Retreat Variation Armenian Line (C18)
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WGM Tatev Abrahamyan
Women's Grandmaster Tatev Abrahamyan is one of the youngest top-rated women chess players in the United States. She's competed in multiple U.S. Women's Championships, with her best result coming in 2005 - tying for first place only to lose out in the playoff. Born in Yerevan, Armenia in 1988 - Tatev came to the U.S. as a young girl, and quickly rose through the ranks, eventually joining the U.S. Women's Olympic Team. An expert in the French Defense, Tatev's Debut Video Series reveals many of her personal repertoire secrets.
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