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Great lesson. Thank you.
Not only are these videos really clear and informative (I had trouble understanding fischer's games prior to this) but you give so many useful study tips and techniques. It's starting to make sense how you had such a huge jump in rating over such a short time period. Thanks and looking forward to more videos.
great video. thanks Todd.
Excellent lesson - one of the best I have seen on Chess.com. Even though I do not play the Sicilian, it was an extremely valuable lesson. Please have Todd do more lessons.
Very informative, many thanks
good opening to learn.
That was really excellent. I played over that game in Fischer's book a while back, just over and over. You did a great job of explaining it and making it seem simple. Fischer's long lines of analysis were not always so simple. ;)
This is a great game. Thank you for putting it up in a video.
Thank you good game
Very good lesson ! Clear and very instructive !
edgy meme, i r8 8/8 m8 would don8. i congratul8 on a gr8 vidya m9.
Nice game and vid
Great vid :p
this vedio is really good .at first i thought your vedios were bad,but they were very good thank you
how can you be a positional player without being an attacking one?
Great lesson. Thank you.
Great video. Thanks.
the accelerated dragon goes d5 not d6 and wins a tempo over the old fashioned dragon. this game was in 60 Memorable games. Fisher played the Sicilian as black, but he preferred the Najdorf. :)
by FM Todd Andrews
FM Todd Andrews teaches you how to learn an opening from scratch.
Once you’ve chosen which opening to play, what’s the best way to learn it? FM Andrews shows you tips, tricks, and study methods to improve your chosen opening.
In this video, learn how to play the ferocious Yugoslav Attack in the Dragon Variation from one of the fiercest Sicilian players of all time, Bobby Fischer.
Sicilian Defense: Dragon Variation, Yugoslav Attack (B77)
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FM Todd Andrews
Todd's tournament experience began with a bang, winning the u1200 section of his first tournament. In one year of feverish study and play he gained an unprecedented 1000 rating points. Since establishing himself as a strong master, he has turned to teaching, and found it extremely rewarding as well. He has also been quite successful: his students have won national championships.
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