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Thank you Women's Grand Master Camilla.
Good lesson ! I never pay much attention to nimzo-indian ... maybe because i'm not afraid of double pawns ... but the idea of aggresivnes looks more disturbing for white ...
Not sure if this video was about the Nimzo-Indian defence, Tempo moves, or how proud she was to have played such a great game. B-
in the part where white play a3 couldn't she lat white take the center and play correctly timed breaks.
You are definitely as good a teacher as even GM roman Dzindzichashvilli, and you are prettier...haha. :D I will watch all your videos, thank you.
Ha i have met camilla and she is pretty awesome. Her husband is the admin of most of the tournaments i play in
Thank you for your time. Great video, very instructive and easy to follow.
Thanks WGM Camilla for a great video. You're a gifted teacher who has a way of making the most complex ideas seem logical. I look forward to part 2.
cool:D you were very good back then:)
The nice thing about chess is the standart. Man or woman, boy or girl, the pieces are always the same.
good video, Camilla!
Thanks Camilla, great video. Will learn more from the second viewing and even more from the third I am sure.
That is my usual way with these videos, view them several times as I am sure that the is much I miss first time.
fantastic. this was well over my head, and yet i could follow your logic. thanks!
Yes very interesting stuff. I thoroughly enjoyed this game and may at some point pick up this opening.
Very good. Thanks for sharing this exciting game ...
This was a very well organized lesson with a great game example, clear description of ideas and a pace I could keep up with. I hope to see more videos from you. I'm glad I found this one.
by WGM Camilla Baginskaite
This weekend we'd like to introduce the first female video author for Chess.com: WGM Camilla Baginskaite! Originally from Lithuania, Camilla currently resides in Sioux Falls, South Dokata with husband (GM Alex Yermolinsky) and their two children. She premieres with a few videos on the topic of forcing or "tempo" moves in chess. She talks about the importance of always calculating every check, capture and Queen attack in chess, and always following your calculations to the end!
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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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