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  • 6 days ago

    abestpcs

    Can you do a video on Pown Structure? I would think this would help me out a lot?

  • 3 weeks ago

    stanemce

    after rook to c4.if bishop to e2 what will black do?move back or sacrfice

    the exchange?

  • 3 weeks ago

    stanemce

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  • 3 weeks ago

    mission360

    Thank you for the vedio GM Khachiyan. I learned new principles for Planning and Evaluation from this vedio.Smile

  • 3 weeks ago

    sacrat

    Good video, but it would have been interstingl to discuss what would have happened after the suggested Nb3 (by instead of Bg3 as played Capa) if black had tried ...Rc3 Rc3 Nd5. I'm a 2000 player, but I had to set the position up on Chessbase and run Houdini to see clearly to the end

  • 5 weeks ago

    XxBAMFxX

    When opponent does 7... a6 8. c5 is a good response (see Epishin v. Ziatdinov, Philadelphia 1997 and Kotronias-Goldin, Sochi 1989)

  • 5 weeks ago

    Bhoetrus

    Thank you o great master

  • 8 weeks ago

    Sine-Nomine

    Thank you for your clarity of thought and excellent presentation!

    Some additional explanations: the game Capablanca-Alekhine analysing by Neil McDonald from his book "Chess Secrets: The Giants of Power Play"



  • 2 months ago

    edward7777

    I am only a 900 player so still a beginner, but its only thorugh the application of insights such as the 7 principles that i will ever progress.  Very insightful. It reminds me of similar instruction that Jeremy Silman includes in his approach e.g. searching for imbalances, etc.  I recommend  Silman's books to any beginner.  You will see that its a tool to assist you in evaluating positions.  Thanks again GM Khachiyan.

  • 2 months ago

    Boomer49

    If a beginer finds this video too hard then they need to simply replay it, pausing where they are puzzled and analyzing that position on a board and then use the computer to check it. Nothing worthwhile in Chess is understood by merely watching it once. Learning involves searching for the answers to your questions which in Chess usually means-'Why did he play that move?' I thought the material was clearly presented. It is up to the student to learn how to apply what is taught.

  • 3 months ago

    ashkan78

    Very instructive series indeed. Thank you very much.

  • 3 months ago

    marcocka

    TKS INDEED.

  • 3 months ago

    deolson809

    Excellent video

  • 3 months ago

    relaxtemps

    thanks of your very helpful video series...

  • 4 months ago

    PastorBen

    a very good  chess instructor..thank  you for sharing your knowledge

  • 4 months ago

    knightkrawlirr

    chess makes sense to me. nothing else does. 

  • 4 months ago

    TomHaegin

    Certainly good and instructive, but not for beginner level. There should a lesson each on each one of those 7 elements with examples and more handholding.This is NOT a request to the GM, but just an idea to introduce beginners into the subject.

    I will continue to search for learning material in this regard.

  • 4 months ago

    IM Hafez_Bakr

    Very good lecture dear GM Melikset Khachiyan

  • 4 months ago

    john-warner

    I felt this video was simply amazing!I cannot wait to watch number 2.ThanksPlease be relevant, helpful & nice!

  • 4 months ago

    SiDebanks

    Good video, moar please!

    Also provides an excellent refutation of the flawed argument that Alekhine was merely a great tactical player.

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