[video] Chess Study #6: Hermanis Mattison, 1913

[video] Chess Study #6: Hermanis Mattison, 1913

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Oct 9, 2014

In this video I take a look at an instructive chess study by Hermanis Mattison.It features some fine maneuvers and a thinking technique called "thinking with the end in mind".How do you like this study?Leave your comments below.http://youtu.be/Anp...

[video] Chess Study #5: Henri Weenink, 1917

[video] Chess Study #5: Henri Weenink, 1917

Waldemar
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Sep 29, 2014

In this video I take a look at an instructive chess study by Henri Weenink. It features some fine maneuvers and ways of "eliminating the defender". Leave your comments below. http://youtu.be/NH8QiSRbNFc For full enjoyment of the video click o...

[video] Chess Study #4: Abram Gurvich, 1962

[video] Chess Study #4: Abram Gurvich, 1962

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Sep 25, 2014

In this video I discuss a useful chess study by Abram Gurvich. It was composed in 1962. It shows a nice bit of “strangulation” on White’s part! Leave your comments below! http://youtu.be/cgioJHEwrYw For full enjoyment of the video click on th...

[video] Chess Study #3: Richard Reti, 1921

[video] Chess Study #3: Richard Reti, 1921

Waldemar
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Sep 5, 2014

Kudos to @ghillan for being the first to solve #2 but also to @Laerion for a very precise and detailed explanation! Here is #3. In this episode of Chess Studies I take a look at the mother of all chess studies. As always, leave your comments bel...

[video] Chess Study #2: Ladislav Prokes, 1944

[video] Chess Study #2: Ladislav Prokes, 1944

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Sep 4, 2014

Kudos to @Rise_Of_Nations for being the first to solve #1! Here is #2.Share your thoughts and leave your comments below! http://youtu.be/wsJeHUwIPnk For full enjoyment of the video click on the YouTube icon or on the Full Screen rectangle in...

[video] Chess Study #1: Jindrich Fritz, 1965

[video] Chess Study #1: Jindrich Fritz, 1965

Waldemar
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Sep 3, 2014

Hi all, I have decided to start a new series on chess studies. Chess studies are an excellent way to train your thinking, visualization and calculation skills. A chess study is a chess puzzle where White either wins or draws. It normally resembl...

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