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  • 11 months ago

    yoursisnodisgrace

    Thanks for the explanation.

  • 20 months ago

    StevenBailey13

    1.d4 ftw!! Great series David!

  • 23 months ago

    dolphinrider1

    Great series. David uses pacing and clear speech that is easy for beginners to understand. At the same time, important principles are taught, which can immediately improve games.

  • 24 months ago

    Andromalius2002

    Another great video!! Thank you sir!

  • 2 years ago

    LeftofRight

    At 10:24; after black moves to b5; wouldn't that lose on the spot to a4 by white?

  • 2 years ago

    GM_rudy

    TQ SIR...

  • 2 years ago

    mattchess

    Enjoyed the video - thanks!

  • 2 years ago

    PawnPromotes

    I like 1...e6 and 1...Nf6 most to against 1.d4, just wait and see what's White does in next move and choose a flexible plan :)

  • 2 years ago

    phlavsa

    Yes, it was awesome. Very clear, logical explanation, good coverage of main variations - even though you did not mention my favourite Chigorin Defense will all these dangerous knights Smile. I am looking forward to seeing your original video (answers to 1.e4).

    Please continue in these high-quality general opening explanations.

    Thanks a lot

  • 2 years ago

    pumpupthevolume247

    I'm definately no beginner but I had to watch it as it was titled "1.d4" which is my own main weapon. I genuinely enjoyed watching this lecture for a few reasons... 1.d4 is king Wink, I'm not a fan of 1.e4 unless I know I'm gonna play a King's Gambit, and 1...Nf6!! (double-exclam lol Laughing) is THE best way to play for black!

    That was a really good recap for me of the basics of 1.d4 - you're a very good teacher David, awesome lecture Cool

  • 2 years ago

    DrFrank124c

    i'd like 2 c more about 1... Nf6 without getting 2 technical

  • 2 years ago

    jdm

    Another great video David!!!

  • 2 years ago

    SADtennisman

    What about defenses to 1. c4, the English Opening?  I run into this fairly often.

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