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quote:"in this position, it took Rybka long time and she found a move here that i don't think that any human would make if he had unlimited amount of time to think. The move is absolutely mind blowing and more i thought it because for me it was much easirer to understand than for maybe any other human being because before i came to this move i studied this position for so long that i knew all ups and downs all details and that's why the move that was made made lot of sense to me maybe move that was suggested by Rybka. The move is very powerful Rg8!"
haha i want to get this Rybka now!
This video really takes the Italian Game to a completely different level! Awesome!
GM Roman: I would love to see the follow-up second video you mentioned in this one. Please count my vote for this! I'd be happy to see more videos on the Italian game.
The Mexican is pretty much like the Italian, but with an eagle in the middle.
When I suggest Kb5.Rybka did not like it first. we i give lot more time, she like it a lot better.LOL
What a good relationship between Rbyka and GM Roman..
BTW Thanks Gm Roman, I am using Rbyka now. very helpful !!
I love these videos. Would like more on this opening. Very helpful!
I don't think it was that great
its discursive on trivial comments. no real analysis, just delivering what rybka suggests. Please, Anyone could have done this seriously!!!
What is your evaluation after
5. exd5 b5 in Ulvestad Gambit.Can we get a video on this? I play this a lot to break from the main lines, and take white's nose out of their book. It works very well as a psycological weapon :)Thanks again GM Roman :)
The only reason I join this site was because of GM Roman Dzindzichashvili was a mentor in this site. I do not only admire his oppening understanding but his positional understanding. My Whole chess repertoire is based on his advices.
Something I don't like is when he suggests something "because it is simpler to learn", there are some of us that don't mind to get extra time to study or analyse a more complex advice if it is better.
But don't get me wrong, I admire so much Roman that my dream is that one day I will be able to express my gratitute in person to the Great Roman.
Great video GM Dzindzihashvili.
You are a real genius.
amazing video! i pity the foo who aint blingin tha ice!
GM Dzindzihashvili is a gem of an opening analyst. He always presents fresh, sharp opening ideas within sound positional frameworks -- and to think tihs sparkling analysis comes from one of the oldest recorded chess openings...
If Dzindzi didn't exist, we'd have to invent him real quick.
Thanks, GM Dzindzihashvili and thanks Chess.com!
thank you. its must be fun to be pro chess player
Not so amazing if your playing style is to find a playable maneuver for the positon before time control end game, and your opening intent is to reach a playable middle position. Yes, a powerful computer and software will help you find the best maneuver for a position, and you may be able to file that away and use it to, but chess is a game of time and mistakes and who can take advantage of them.
I have to recomend Romans full videos, "Roman's Lab" their just like this video but even more detailed. My chess game is saying thank you, thank you to Mr. Dzindzichashvili and his mistress Rybka!
Thank you 4 sharing your knowledge to us
Jeez... mindblowing variations. Thanks for all the hard work!
it's a very interesting variation...and I ''try'' this variation in the game
by GM Roman Dzindzichashvili
In this video, GM Dzindzihashvili demonstrates how top Grandmasters now harness the power of Rybka to find new life in common openings. For many years, the Italian Game has been out of favor, with most top players assuming that the Ruy Lopez was the only opening to play for an advantage. Dzindzihashvili's analysis will allow you to play the Italian Game as a new weapon.
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GM Roman Dzindzichashvili
GM Dzindzichashvili was once one of the top players in the world. Born in Georgia, his chess first developed in the USSR. While still an International Master, he defeated opponents like Botvinnik and Bronstein before emigrating, first to Israel where he became a Grandmaster, and then to the United States. His accomplishments in the U.S. include two U.S. Championship first places, and one World Open. He has not played actively in tournaments recently, but has become even more famous perhaps in the U.S. for quality instructional materials, in particular chess videos! Roman Dzindzichashvili now teaches chess classes and seminars for Chess.com University. Feel free to contact him for more information!
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