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The "Get PGN" button on the right seems to be working fine... If you don't have a "chess program" (like ChessBase, Fritz, etc) it should still show up as a text document, pumpupthevolume...
Let us know...
does clicking on "get pgn" to the right of the bottom of the video work for you?
This is a really good game, where can I find the whole PGN ?
Must have been some serious time constraint. I would never have seen the knight initiative, but the rook files on a and c were screaming for whites back row.
Hi who's online for a game?
While I didn't see it through to the very end, I was proud that I was focused on Nxf4, over Nxe3 etc...undermining the backwards e-pawn, and then moving the Rc5 over. Amazing game and analysis, as always.
It's these little glimpses of seeing the winning moves from elite players that keeps me going, and interested.
Im only 11 but I play in various tournaments
thanks for the video
I'm only 12 but i compete in various tournaments
I was in a tournament that GM Jaan Ehlvest was at, in Reno. Was riding on the shuttle back to the Airport and all these women were on the bus talking about their bowling tournament. Almost mentioned GM Jaan Ehlvest one great chess player was in their mists but I played 1.d4 instead of 1.e4.
you sound like zzirGrizz
Great video Daniel!
no dan is actually 2460.
i found some intresting moves for david but i do not think they are good!
Couse dan is is a NM and i am like nothing compared to him. I bet his USCF rating is
like 2300. Mine is only, barely 1500
at least ...i have a long long live to live a am only 8. Only jest turned 8.
great game david
Thank you everyone for watching the video and thanks to David for providing such a great game for me to review!
I hope I didn't lose anyone in the tricky tactical variations of this game, and that the principles of how to evaluate these types of positions are coming through loud and clear...
Obviously David was under time pressure and couldn't realistically calculate everything over the board, but in hindsight, we can see that our belief held true: We must REALLY push ourselves to always play aggressive, "initiative seeking", moves -- regardless the circumstances -- when playing material imbalances such as these...
great video i like chess and want to learn more about i just wanted to say that my uncle before he died and he tuaght me a little bite about it! it was great and my uncle use to make chess set and before he died last week he told me the last visit he told me that he make me a harry potter chess set but aprently he died.
I felt as I usually did back in those days-- like I was going to win a great game!
by IM Daniel Rensch
IM Rensch continues his series by reviewing an epic battle between GM Jaan Ehlvest and one of our own... International Master David Pruess made the decision to sacrifice his Queen for an insane initiative! Unfortunately, after missing a powerful opportunity to capitalize on his strong play, the game spun out of control, leading to horrific time pressure and a practical mess! How did the game finish, and what will you learn today about playing pieces against the Queen? Watch and find out...
Players: Ehlvest, J.
vs. Pruess, D.
Related: « Part 2
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IM Daniel Rensch
At age 14, Daniel earned the status of U.S.C.F. National Master, an achievement that was a record for Arizona chess players at the time. Daniel was ranked in the Top 10 for his age in the United States every year from the age of 12 - 21years old, and at one point he was the highest rated 19-year old in the country. He earned the IM title at age 23. As a Chess Coach/Trainer, Danny has developed multiple State and National Champions. Recently, he has cut back his teaching duties significantly to focus on the growth of Chess.com and ChessKid.com, and to strive towards the GM title.
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