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Thank you Grandmaster Dejan Bojkov.
Wow! What a great game! even in a clearly winning position he manages to make another wonderful combination! Thank you for the lecture
very interesting, making reviews of the world champions starting from the first one. Very instructive for every level. congratulations!
32... Ka3 Nc3 wins by 33. Re1 Nb1+, 34. Ka4 Bb6!, 35. Ne2 Nd2 36. Ng3 Rxe1 37. Nxe1 Bf2! winning a piece. Checked it with the computer. Other moves are even worse ... Just for sake of completeness!
After 32.Ka3 the simplest win is 32...Ne3 and White has either to part with his bishop, or with his rook after 33.Re1 Nc2+; 32...Nc3 wins as well. Cheers!
I'll try the openning!!! Thanks, great video!!
If Ka3 I suppose Nc3! Re1 Nb1+! Ka4 Ra8! looks almost mating. Be8+ looks very menacing to me. Probably white will have to give the exchange anyway. But I checked only in my head. I might be wrong.
@Nezha, If Ka3, Ne3, Rd2, Bc3, Re2, I'm actually not sure continuation. I'm sure there is discovered check or fork winning the rook.
At the 15 minutes and 40 seccond mark, why can't white move Kh3?
hi everyone!!! I'm from Venezuela, caracas. My english is very bad but I would like to improve while i play chess with you!!!
Thanks for covering games of Lasker , the underdog of world champions.
Nice to have all the possible defenses shown in a thorough analysis. Way too many GM's in books and videos come up short saying...White stands better....the rest is a matter of technique and so on. Give us more Sir!
Lasker was not a flashy player, he was more into strong logical games with minimum of mistakes.
The end game of the last game in video lecture looked like chess ju jitstu. beautiful.
by GM Dejan Bojkov
If you've enjoyed GM Dzindzichashvili's series on the subject of our great predecessors, then you'll be excited to know that someone else just joined the party! Today GM Dejan Bojkov brings us the first in a lengthy series on the subject of one man: The second world champion - Emanuel Lasker! Enjoy two great games, with one featuring a double Bishop sacrifice many will find familiar, and the other displaying "classic Lasker" technique.
Intermediate | Advanced
Related: Part 2 »
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GM Dejan Bojkov
Dejan Bojkov is a Grandmaster, originally from Bulgaria. As a youngster, Dejan was the winner of numerous Youth Championships -- including Boys Under 14 and Boys Under 18 Bulgarian Champion. This translated to success on the international stage, with his most recent victory coming at the Sydney International Open in Australia (2010). As a trainer his work has known little failure, and some of his students include Antoaneta Stefanova-former World Womens Champion.
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