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Just finished my second trip with these videos. They are really excellent: of great practical use. Question: can we get Camilla back for more?
Thanks so, so, SO much WGM Baginskaite. Your videos are outstanding and you are by far the BEST chess.com author as far as I am concerned. Keep making excellent videos. Your series of Tempo Moves is amazing and I will certainly recommend it to everyone:)
Best Regards and Many thanks...
sometimes i don't know what is she saying.
These videos clearly show how to seek and destroy. How to pin and win! You should write a book filled with those themes and it could be the book of the year.
Your video was excellent. :)
very nice video as always! thanks a lot
I thoroughly enjoyed the video. Your explanation was very crisp an to the point. Thank you and Happy New Year.
A wonderful series of videos. You are very good at explaining your thought processes at every move. This is what we need, advice on how to think and evalulate at every move. I shall watch these over and over.
Hope you do more of the same........well done!
thank you vm Camilla
She should try improving her English. It is most widespread language in the world. But whatever.
After this series, there is no doubt that Camilla is my favorite video author here on Chess.com. I can't wait for the next series.
Don't listen to what people say about your English - most people can't even speak more than 1 language anyway, and I am rubbish at understanding accents but I can easily understand every word you say! This was definately a video for thought... sacrificing material to keep the attack going is something I only learned in the summer, I continue to try and improve my skills and all these video lectures are helping me a lot... merry christmas and happy new year! I look foreward to your next series :)
never mind Knight is pinned
Rg6+?? ,B takes g6,Q takes d2, N takes d2
Your videos are highly instructive and beautifully delivered. They demonstrate how to proceed not just logically but also very practically over the board. Thanks very much.
Thanks. I never sacrifice a knight for a pawn but now I see how that can be a good thing depending on the situation.
by WGM Camilla Baginskaite
To wrap up her series on Tempo Moves, Camilla highlights several important positional points along with the regular onslaught of tactical trickery! She also offers advice on how to evaluate positions, especially for those who, like her, have felt that their concrete calculation skills may not be on par with other stronger players. Enjoy this video and apply her principles of forcing moves in your own games!
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WGM Camilla Baginskaite
Women's Grandmaster Camilla Baginskaite learned to play chess from her father ate the age of eight in her home town of Vilnius, Lithuania. She earned the title of Women's Master at the age of 15, and went onto win the Girls Under 20 World Championship. She has competed in a total of seven chess Olympiads between Lithuania and the United States. She is a former U.S. Women's Champion, and continues to play at the highest levels of chess in the U.S. for women, while maintaining her family life and teaching chess.
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