How *not* to Play in your Opponent's Time Trouble (Part 1)

May 3, 2009
21 min
GM Friedel analyzes the decisive phase of the last round win that brought him a 5-0 first place finish in the 2009 Toronto Open. Though on the surface it looks like a crushing and beautiful victory, Friedel's purpose is to show us the faultiness of his general strategy in the opponent's time pressure: creating maximal complications and tension.