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These videos give me something accurate and concrete to think about while considering moves during my games. A nice and planned out thinking process that has greatly improved my chess. Not enough thanks can be given.
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Great video, Thank you.
Awesome video WGM Camilla. I really appreciate your teaching style and have gotten a lot from this series. I look forward to more lectures from you in the future.
Well Camilla, that was even better I thought than the first video! I do hope that we have more from you soon.
Someone on chess.com recommended Camille's series and it is really great ... really gets you thinking and helps me get my thoughts organized better. I recommended it to my daughter so I hope she watches the whole series along with IM Daniel Rensch's series on tactics 1 and 2. Camille shows how Nimzowitch's ideas made modern chess what it is today.
I enjoyed this video, it felt like the author was sitting across the chessboard from me.
I will watch for more from this author
Excellent lesson on how to find tactical operations.
I really can't wait for pt 3. WGM Camilla is one of my favorite authors on the site and she only has 2 videos. She's an EXCELLENT teacher. I'd like to see a lecture that explores when to think tactically and when to think positionally -- how to decide.
And my favorite part is when she says "oops my bad!" Awesome.
Thanks WGM Camilla! Hope to have more from you soon!
I just started taking lessons last week and this was the first lesson we talked about. He called it the "blunder check" and it was using the same process. Checks first, then captures, then attacks. I started calculating 6 move problems much easier when I wasn't able to before the lesson.
Hey that's lithuanian surname! Congrats.
great ,,, it helps to boost our technique and knowledge abut chess
Very good ,..very clear ideas presented! Thank you!
I like how she refers to moves as "cute".
by WGM Camilla Baginskaite
For beginner players looking to sharpen their tactical skills, and perhaps learn something new about the approach titled players take to "forcing moves" at the highest level -- this video is just what you need! WGM Camilla Baginskaite is back with part 2 in her series, and we hope you will enjoy the large variety of puzzles she has gathered for today's feature presentation. Enjoy and put your "hard hat" on because it's time to work!
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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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