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i wish the video was continued until the game ends..BITIN KASI!!!!!KULANG!!!
Thank you GM Josh Friedel. This is a spectacular video mate! Hope you make more!
I have high hopes for Josh Friedel in competitive play. He is clearly a cut above your average Grand Master chess player. We are lucky to have him on chess.com and raimatu3247 you are a liar
Ah the day when unlimited games for free isn't good enough anymore. Buy a bloody membership or stop whining =D
I have high hopes for Josh Friedel in competitive play. He is clearly a cut above your average Grand Master chess player. We are lucky to have him on chess.com
After what opening did this position occure?
musta sa mga pilipino Abroad
shh - don't tell everybody the secret!
lol premium members get full video. how many times must it be said...
worst video ever - it might be dramatically improved if the ending would be provided.
by GM Josh Friedel
GM Friedel analyzes what could be a very difficult endgame. But with the application of the principle of zugzwang, he is able to make everything clear. This is one of the most fundamental concepts of endgame play, so be sure to learn this lesson!
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GM Josh Friedel
Josh grew up in New Hampshire under the tutelage of NM Hal Terrie. He never improved very fast, but he never stopped either. At this date, Josh has passed 2500 fide and earned the GM title. In 2008, Josh had several strong results in top US events: shared fourth in the US Champs (last GM norm), shared fourth in the Chicago Open, shared first in the National Open, and second in the Continental Championship.
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