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  • 12 months ago

    pumpupthevolume247

    I enjoyed this because it's refreshing to see engine evaluations put to the test and the fact their numbers aren't always correct. Human intuition can be more powerful! Cool

  • 14 months ago

    UnscholarlyMate

    If black plays Rd8, white can play Be3--breaking the pin and defending the queen. Black could capture the queen with Rxd4; white would play Bxd4. Black would win the exchange with a queen for a rook, but not quite a full rook up.

  • 14 months ago

    NM Darkbluelord

    whoops Roman at 19:42 you suggest Rxc2 but Ithink Rd8 wins the game immediately (a full rook). Nevertheless a great video!

  • 15 months ago

    Andromalius2002

    That was a really great explaination. Thanks!

  • 16 months ago

    turkeyluck

    the calculation video is and was the life saver for the game today.  the g square of the knght using the bishop is the best.. i think for some seeing this move would help and probably use the calculated move for a gain in the car and perhaps a taken rook. i have used the rook lately and won and lost. i preform the evil candian rock team using prolterqust or intemidation for a a purpose i think a possible lost would and could happen.. i like reading the current advice according to the so call candian rocker suzey. she played a meany game and always broke the rook opening..!!!! great game

  • 16 months ago

    TerenceBuddy

    Hi, did anybody notice that Dzindzi has a new piece set I cannot set here on chess.com ?

    How can I get these pieces?

    Thank u

  • 16 months ago

    Rockazb

    Below is the position from 19:42. The queen on d4 is pinned by the queen on b6 to the white king and so Rd8 cannot be captured...

  • 16 months ago

    WadsworthMS

    Very interesting lecture. It explains a lot about computer evaluations.

  • 16 months ago

    andrewli39

    63

  • 16 months ago

    turkeyluck

    good lecture about the sisian and thinking that the bishop and knight are the way to go, but perhaps more of pawn play may benifit the bishop perhaps if looking to the center. the knights are useful but keeping a couple of pawns in the center with some movement would work and more than moving the knight to either side.  thanks  mike

  • 16 months ago

    michael101800

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  • 16 months ago

    Rockazb

    Great lecture, as usual another excellent video from GM Roman! In the position at 19:42 though, instead of black playing Rxc2, I think Rd8 is just winning. Either way, thanks again for the lectures!

  • 16 months ago

    athota

    nice lecture

  • 16 months ago

    FM arna

    Very interesting Smile

    By the way, after 12.Ne2, my Houdini 1.5 x64 in deep 22 is saying only 0.15 for White, not 0.50.

    Another try for White is 12.Ne2 Bg4 13.Bg5, with the idea of not playing weakening move f3. Even if I'm not sure it would change much evaluation of the position.

  • 16 months ago

    pampaa

    whoa wasted five moves to take that bishop

  • 16 months ago

    JohnSutcliffe

    Dear Roman, why are you so awesome?

  • 16 months ago

    OVAIDO

    or for example 

    or 

    or this

    Many question not clear , the Big question of chess is how to evaluate


  • 16 months ago

    OVAIDO

    how to evaluate this is the big question of chess

  • 16 months ago

    OVAIDO

    mr romain we try to know how to estimate because the problem is on some position like that this on eof hard position how you evaluate

    or for example trying to draw or i do kon really




  • 16 months ago

    Bhoetrus

    oh master guru you rock,what an inspiration,intuition over engines,ha

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