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Nice review of some of the variations, thanks!
You are very welcome. Keep the quality content coming, and best of luck in your endeavors!
Thank you for your insightful remark. Note taken!
Hmmm... I saw some dynamism as an element in the presentation, but I'm not so sure this is very good for developing a deeper understanding of it. Excellent video in general, but one of the key pieces of pedagogy missing is that the instructor should continually (or at least occasionally) point out where the theme is presenting itself and how. Additionally, a concluding remark about how the topic theme ties together the chosen games would be helpful.
@11:48 Doesnt BB6 win a pawn back? although Black may still be better
Otherwise great video explaining how to win easily from what looked to be an even position.
That was a neat game! So many tactical subtleties, all very well explained. Thanks.
Great Video Thanks GM dbojkov. From the dictionary Dynamical is a word in english:
his accent drives me crazy. hard to hear what he is saying and he talks so fast. In the future..............slow down your talk. please. thank you
I enjoyed the game and was able to completely follow it, nice
Mr arturqq, please send me a PM about the specific moments of the video which you find confusing.
elindauer, what is the final verdict-is there such a word or not?
Thank you all for trying to make chess.com a better place.
Why this website have to be so selfish and permit free players see not even 1/4 of the videos?!
@elindauer From Dictionary.com :
adjective Also, dy·nam·i·cal.
Preparation for producing this video was poor. It was made "on the fly" and was unecessarily confusing . The compliments given in the comments were off the mark, The standards for making Chess.com videos are quite high. If we are going to continue to get high quality videos we must not praise videos that are not high caliber. Here the material was good but the presentation was not. I'm sure the good words were for the former and not the latter.
@elindauer Thank you for the educational post.
Good lesson, nicely explained as always. Fyi, "dynamical" is not a word. Use "dynamic" instead. :)
Never mind. I see that what I saw could well lead to mate, but if the knight had developed sooner which would have been wise, this would probably be good.
Why not after rookxd5,, queenxd5, rook d1 can't you play rook e1+. It looks to me like if either the rook or bishop takes, you pick up the queen. If the king moves to g2 black can force a trade of queens and pick up the hanging rook. I am not too high so I could be missing something, but this wan't discussed at all so I am curious.
Thanks for the video
by GM Dejan Bojkov
Grandmaster Dejan Bojkov reviews another dynamic game by one of his students, full of lessons for our members to apply in their own games! "Your Coach" Dejan tries to provide general advice about the Nimzo Indian, the transition from the opening to the middlegame (and common mistakes made therein) as well as advice on maintaining the attack in a complicated struggle.
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Players: Kashlinskaya, Alina
vs. Videnova, Iva
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Huebner Variation (E41)
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GM Dejan Bojkov
Dejan Bojkov is a Grandmaster, originally from Bulgaria. As a youngster, Dejan was the winner of numerous Youth Championships -- including Boys Under 14 and Boys Under 18 Bulgarian Champion. This translated to success on the international stage, with his most recent victory coming at the Sydney International Open in Australia (2010). As a trainer his work has known little failure, and some of his students include Antoaneta Stefanova-former World Womens Champion.
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