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  • 5 months ago

    DillsGambitLive

     good game - love your videos Smile

  • 9 months ago

    brankz

    "taking advantage of the fact that you know the structure better than they do"  if you're only playing below 2000 non-profressionals in no increment blitz/bullet, then it should do the trick though no? rather efficiently and effectively too I would think (well under normal conditions). in fact it's probably the fastest way to go about it under certain circumstances. (and as if other people aren't doing this too. yeah right. were so. and had ten other advantages on top of that based on various other conditions/circumstances.) 

  • 10 months ago

    cheech1981

  • 11 months ago

    pumpupthevolume247

    WHY haven't I seen this yet!? 1.b3! is my pet opening system and I have a great overall % success rate with it but I have studied lots of lines and even improved on book theory to take down opponents recently in the opening. There's a line that goes - 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 d5 4.Bb5 (this is my favourite line!) Bd6 5.Nf3 f6 6.0-0 Bd7 -

    Now my novelty 7.Nh4!? - I called it the Motaba River attack because like the virus in the film Outbreak (1995), my pieces come flying out with virus-like aggression! And it is a novelty line, but the sensitive e8-h5 diagonal is exploited Wink

    http://www.chess.com/blog/pumpupthevolume247/my-first-game-of-the-201314-season---a-draw

    This was played 3 days ago, turned into a draw becuase I stuffed up the middlegame although he was higher-rated. I had the right idea with my f4 pawn break but like all my mistakes, I play the top move a move too late Undecided So my forcing +4 advantage (my opponent made 1 weak move) never materialized.

    But the novelty, the Motaba River Attack 7.Nh4!? is my own preparation against the blunting of the a1-h8 diagonal trying to render the Larsen fianchettoed DSB useless but it creates massive holes easily exploited IF you know what you're doing Wink

    I'm telling you all this because your lessons especially the scheveningen structure have influenced my own style which I'm forever improving and I actually wanna thank you again for that, your tactics video helped me see an true exclam (!) tactic on just move 9 - 9.Nf5! hanging my queen and even bishop but neither could really be taken!! Please check the game out Cool

    Your videos are always either highly entertaining or very instructive like all the tactics or pawn struture 101 is there any chance of more of them in the near future aimed at people 1600-2000 that would be awesome Cool

  • 2 years ago

    IM DanielRensch

    My deepest, humblest apologies Tongue Out...

  • 2 years ago

    DimebagDerek

    Also the 1. b3 Nimzo-Larsen attack group is a fantastic group.  Wormrose and Linksspringer have very well organized data on how to handle the opening and how it has evolved.  It might not be the 'strongest' opening move, but these guys handle it like pros and we have great games.

  • 2 years ago

    Stanley3349223

    Danny, I am sooooooo offended by you insulting the 1.b3 systems. I happen to be a b3 player myself and I'll have it known that GM BENT LARSEN plays it too. If you insult the b3 systems, you'll have to deal with Bent Larsen. Yell

  • 2 years ago

    IM DanielRensch

    "Cackle" is simply a word I use to replace "castle"... Why? Because I can Tongue out!!!

  • 2 years ago

    devotin

    what's a cackle long ? at 5:56

  • 2 years ago

    Abhishek2

    It's called the Nimzowitsch-Larsen Opening.

  • 2 years ago

    Huitzilopochtli

    Is there a reason (after the 5. f4 variation) that you can't play 6...Bg4 pinning the knight on f3 and securing e5? Looks like black would be alright there, but I'm sure I could be missing something.

  • 3 years ago

    Rook98

    cool vid

  • 3 years ago

    ChenGJ

    nice

  • 3 years ago

    Bubatz

    As was already noted, White missed out on the strongest move 5.f4, and after 5...Qe7, he also missed 6.c4! In Jacob's and Tait's "Nimzo-Larsen Attack", 6.d4?! is given the mark of dubiosity because after 6...e4 7.Ne5 Black has 7...Qg5! which Danny missed - though it's interesting to see in the video how he felt there must be something better here than giving up the bishop pair.

  • 3 years ago

    jaytonbye

    Hillarious, instructive, and entertaining! Thanks

  • 3 years ago

    Gm_andrewfeng

    Related to

  • 3 years ago

    wormrose

    @rupnaylak 

    After 4.f4 in your line Black has 4...exf4 and then 5.exf4 Qd7+ and White has problems.

  • 3 years ago

    rupnaylak

    Similar to the line you guys looked at, but a different punchline...
    EDIT: The guy played bd6 first. good point!
  • 3 years ago

    Templetonkaka

    thanks

  • 3 years ago

    timlawson

    That's cool - I wasn't having a pop at your analysis as I coach juniors and a few adults myself so my comments were just to reassure but yes, you derfinitely raised some good points!

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