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  • 2 months ago

    Chacku

    excellent!

  • 16 months ago

    SpaceOddity

    this is a great video, but i had to chuckle when i saw a picture of his opponent--he's just a kid!  very instructive though, especially the N moves to control d4. 

  • 19 months ago

    WingmanofStGavriel

    Great video ! Thank you !

  • 19 months ago

    receipt1

    Wonderful instruction!  Thank You.

  • 19 months ago

    supercooper2004

    What happens if white plays e4.

  • 19 months ago

    bagani

    exellent video! i've learned a lot! upload more!!!

  • 19 months ago

    gnuandspeedo

    Interesting video.

  • 19 months ago

    NicolasKevin

    Great video series, very interesting, one of the most instructive videos I ever seen.

  • 19 months ago

    NicolasKevin

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  • 19 months ago

    dzindzifan

    Well well!  Another excellent piece of work and I especially enjoyed it believe it or not as a Botvinnik System player!  Keep up this great series; so logical and straight forward... you're a great teacher ...thanks!!

  • 19 months ago

    raintong

    great video!

  • 19 months ago

    buddykeith

    Another great instructive video! Will you be doing any on white square strategy. With openings as the English or QGD?  These are most helpful.

  • 19 months ago

    jhreb

    How would play continue if he took your knight immediately after Ned4?

  • 19 months ago

    Tacticos

    Great video Eugene. After you played Nf6 to d7, I was thinking white could try and cut across your plan of getting the knight to e6 by, instead of playing d3, play f4. Then when you play Nf8 white plays f5. This not only prevents the knight manuever but also gets his kingside play moving. 

  • 19 months ago

    tadaos

    great video series!  keep them coming i'm learning so much!

  • 19 months ago

    DrFrank124c

    I like these videos and I would like you to present an entire repertoire based on these ideas. Please do keep these videos coming, they are very interesting and helpful!

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