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nice video ! love it...
I won many games using this openings against humans but I can't win with this against the computers
Working fine on my IPad 3....and v happy about that; excellent teacher!
You're a great teacher! - a true GM
How about Ruy Lopez or Scotch next ?
Please chess.com, revert to pre abode flash, screws around with us ipad users
hm i would like to know how that "famous opening trap" actually works
The site changed to adobe flash player and iPads do not run adobe. We are screwed. I think we need to form a petition. Lol.
and i won thnx
:D and i won..... thnx
Unable to see vid on ipad, comments only
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Yes I am indeed trying to see the Vedio on my iPad but its not working please help
I meant vedio
Do you know why can't I see the Vedic, please help, I can see the comments but not the Vedic
great video thanks
I am really enjoying your 'opening repertoire' series...
by GM Gregory Kaidanov
Before bringing his review of the Two Knight's Defense to a close by covering the Hungarian Variation (3...Nd4) as well as the dubious 3...h6, GM Kaidanov sidetracks into the Evan's Gambit! He recommends the declined (4...Bb6) for black, but also reviews some of the critical lines that follow after accepting the gambit. He then finishes off his coverage of the Two Knights before stressing the importance of studying middlegame play.
Players: Kasparov, Garry
vs. Anand, Viswanathan
Giuoco Piano Game: Evans Accepted, Anderssen Variation, Cordel Line (C51)
Related: « Part 2
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GM Gregory Kaidanov
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