Kramnik vs Topalov as a model for improvement in chess
Happy Chess Day, folks! I have a sort of gift for those of you, who wants to improve in chess.
You are welcome to go through the analysis of the modern positional masterpiece - a game between Kramnik and Topalov played in 2015.
There are three video parts. In the first one, you will see the opening stage of the encounter and get some tips on openings preparation improvement.
In the second part, you will see the middlegame stage of the game. It is undoubtedly useful to follow Kramnik's chess thinking: calculation, pattern recognition, evaluations.
In the third part, you will see the final stage, where Kramnik came up with the decisive attack. In the end, you will get further tips on the improvement of the evaluation and decision-making in chess.
All these videos are parts of my Training Tuesday weekly show for chess24. Enjoy!