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A nicely annotated game! thanks for sharing
Well commented video, so in the end it wasn't really the opening though
it probably affected your time control. Good motif about the pin on the king
and black's bishop target on g2 and the misplaced white knight on F4.
Thank you for the video. I always like to have a game annotated by one of the players.
Nice game; from now on you're going to be in her head because you're using this new weapon; she was in your head in this game still but next time you can hit her with either the Nimzo or Bogo or KID either way you're making progress against her.
Congrats with your new opening. I also have been thinking of using the Nimzo.
great video tatev!
by WGM Tatev Abrahamyan
In her final video from the 2013 U.S. Women's Championship, third-place finisher WGM Tatev Abrahamyan ditches her normally-automatic King's Indian in favor of the Nimzo. She spent a month learning the new opening, and achieved the more active position. But at the critical moment, she experienced some self-doubt and miscalculated, missing the winning quiet move. Can you find the win before she shows you?
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WGM Tatev Abrahamyan
Women's Grandmaster Tatev Abrahamyan is one of the youngest top-rated women chess players in the United States. She's competed in multiple U.S. Women's Championships, with her best result coming in 2005 - tying for first place only to lose out in the playoff. Born in Yerevan, Armenia in 1988 - Tatev came to the U.S. as a young girl, and quickly rose through the ranks, eventually joining the U.S. Women's Olympic Team. An expert in the French Defense, Tatev's Debut Video Series reveals many of her personal repertoire secrets.
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