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  • 5 months ago

    DeepNotBlue

    omg it's that kid that beat greg shahade!

  • 7 months ago

    kingof2013chess

    where is winning with opposite colored bishops part 2?

  • 8 months ago

    caniecane

    nice game like the style  grace a vous

  • 9 months ago

    fiercebadger

    Now that was instructive ,a classy game ..not as easy as it seems 

     

    outside the pawn chain~ big differnce

  • 10 months ago

    yutuyt

    IM Keaton Kiwera would like these videos!

  • 10 months ago

    Chessyoda777

    Great video!

  • 12 months ago

    yutuyt

    near 12:30,hey,i like endgames too and im under 21

  • 12 months ago

    Magician4MA

    after Rxd4 exd4 e3 Rb7 and if e2 then Rb1 wins

  • 12 months ago

    sehgala

    nice game

  • 12 months ago

    Passerby676

    Can someone please tell me why on 09:23 the black rook can't take the pawn on d4 because the black pawn breakthrough after the exchanges will be too quick?

  • 12 months ago

    jflores33

    I love this endgame!  This belongs in a book, wonderful example of domination.  I love the King going back and forth, wow!

  • 12 months ago

    titust

    VERY instructive

  • 12 months ago

    kunfuelephant101

    great! i learned that you have to keep your  bishop active!    KissLaughingTongue OutWinkSmile

  • 12 months ago

    ranggasayregaer

    good

  • 13 months ago

    makrham

    please make new videos!

    Awesome!

  • 13 months ago

    peymoni

    the best in bishops world!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 13 months ago

    Norm_C

    Interesting, educational and very well presented.

  • 13 months ago

    gnuandspeedo

    Great to have a basic endgame video that I can understand. 

  • 13 months ago

    Bhoetrus

    Great video th

    Anks

  • 13 months ago

    learningthemoves

    Enjoyed this video GM Ben Finegold and learned. Thanks.

    I always seemed to get confused about where to fix the pawns in relation to the bishop color in endgames.

    On one hand, I didn't want to put them on the same color of the opponent's bishop, because that meant he could just mop them up with his bishop and win the endgame.

    But now I see, it's more important to restrict his bishop by placing the pawns on the color of the opponent's bishop while at the same time freeing up the opposite color so my own bishop has more squares.

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