My Victories At The US Women’s Chess Championship

My Victories At The US Women’s Chess Championship‎

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In 2018, IM Nazi Paikidze doubled up, winning her second 2018 U.S. Women's Championship!

In this series, you can explore all of her victories at this tournament.

Throughout the series, Nazi analyzes and reflects on her own games and gives you an inside look at what goes on in the head of a champion. You might be surprised by the kind of preparation it takes to win such a strong tournament.

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With White vs Anna Sharevich In 2018, IM Nazi Paikidze doubled up, winning her second 2018 U.S. Women's Championship! See how she did it as she presents all five of her victories!

With Black vs Sabrina Foisor IM Nazi Paikidze is back with a fascinating firsthand look at how she won the 2018 U.S. women's championship. In this lesson, you'll learn the importance of deep opening preparation, even if the lines you've prepared are not played out on the board.

With Black vs Jennifer Yu IM Nazi Paikidze won the U.S. women's chess championship in spectacular fashion, and now you get to hear her tell you exactly how she did it. In this lesson, learn how Paikidze was able to win a brilliant attacking game from the black side of the board, leaving her opponent's king helpless.

With Black vs Dorsa Derakhshani Not all wins in chess are spectacular swashbuckling king hunts. Sometimes, to win an important tournament like the 2018 U.S. women's championship, you have to grind out the victory in a long and complicated game. IM Nazi Paikidze explains how she did it.

With Black vs Tatev Abrahamyan If chess is a balanced game, you need some inaccuracy by your opponent to win. IM Nazi Paikidze jumped on a mistake by her opponent in the 2018 U.S. women's championship to win a beautiful game and the title.

 

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