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  • 11 months ago

    GM dbojkov

    There is no general rule when you are under attack, it all depends on the subtleties of the position, that is why I am skipping the explanations. Thank you for your comment

  • 11 months ago

    archmage81

    thanks for the video, maybe in one of your videos you can go into more explanation concerning opposite colored bishops and on what color you want your pawns to be on and on what color you want your opponents pawns to be on as general principle.  For instance, if your pawns on the color of your bishop then it limits the mobility of your bishop but at the same time, it keeps them safe from enemy bishop.  In the last example where said black would want to still pawns on same color as white bishop around king to try to defend light squares, but at the same time it made them all potential targets for the lightsquared bishop.

  • 11 months ago

    Bhoetrus

    Lovely young Dejan very instuctive

  • 11 months ago

    GM dbojkov

    Lovely puzzle, NNHSChess, thanks! 

  • 11 months ago

    receipt1

    Very nice!  At 2:00....there is a snack of f7...LOL.

  • 11 months ago

    Black__Knight

    Thank you Coach Dejan Bojkov.

  • 11 months ago

    NNHSChess

    Speaking of Queen and Bishop vs Queen and Bishop of opposite colors, the following puzzle was created only about a year ago if I remember correctly, by an amateur of this site. It took me a while to locate it, but it still looks cool to me.

  • 11 months ago

    perfectstorm010

    GM Dejan Bojkov your instructions are very helpful for me. Thanks for guidance.

  • 11 months ago

    amugonyz

    Thanks for the instuctive video!

  • 11 months ago

    exoticorn

    @f7f5: My first guess would be Qd1+ Kg2 Qxh5 Qf8!, followed by Bxf7 and a very strong mating attack against the black king, similar to what was played in the video when black took the pawn on h5 later.

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