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

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

Waldemar
Waldemar
Sep 3, 2014, 5:04 AM |
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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 resembles a position from a practical game of chess which is the greatest advantage of a chess study over it’s somewhat more artificial brother the chess problem.

In the title of the post I will mention the composer of the study and the year in which it was composed.

http://youtu.be/hAwiOPjqU0g

For full enjoyment of the video click on the YouTube icon or on the Full Screen rectangle in the bottom right hand corner of the video.



Waldemar Moes
Chess Trainer,Lecturer & Blogger
www.betteryourchess.com
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