• 8 months ago


  • 8 months ago


    vvbn nn

  • 11 months ago


  • 11 months ago


    I found that extremely practical thanks Danny
  • 17 months ago



  • 2 years ago


    It's very useful to know what TO do in the endgame • Thank you very Mutch IM Rensch Daniel

  • 4 years ago


    @21 min (direct b5 line instead of first improving knight)..doesn't g5 by black after exchange on  b5 is kind of equal?

    i mean it guarantees at least one less pawn(improves bishop, more chances of draw by virtue of sacking minor piece for last pawn). if white tries to go king side with rook attack the b5 pawn with rook(not king which is better placed to go king side now than after capturing b5).

    other possibility is not to let the rook cross to king side(might not work as is purely defensive)

  • 4 years ago


    nd3 would have solved the problem

  • 4 years ago


    Just what I need to watch to improve. Parts 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 please...

  • 4 years ago


    nice video danny and i love the humor Tongue Out

  • 4 years ago

    IM DanielRensch

    @learningthemoves -- The main issue would be that if you block the diagonal with the Knight, the bishop might simply trade it off and the rook ending would be difficult to win. Also, there's a good chance that if you block with the Knight, the King will then be checked by black's Rook and have issues if it is tied down to defending the Knight from the Bishop.


    Thanks for enjoying the video... Thanks to everyone!


  • 4 years ago


    Danny, first off, thanks for the insightful instruction.

    I especially enjoyed the endgame analysis with your draw with the GM.

    One ideal position for white appeared in my mind's eye a few moves before the drawn position and I wondered your thoughts.

    You know where your opponent reached his ideal defensive position with the bishop on the diagonal with the plan to slow your pawn push?

    What happens if you defend your passed pawn on the a file with your rook and then block black's bishop with your knight protected by your king?

    Wouldn't that successfully promote your a file pawn and win for white?

    Would the difficulty lie in being able to accomplish both the rook on a file pawn protection move as well as the simple knight blocks bishop protected by king?

    I always enjoy your vids and insight.

  • 4 years ago


    i thought it was a great video good job danny

  • 4 years ago


    Great vid as always danny ,you have a natural way to help players such as my self to understand complex positions ,look forward to your next one

  • 4 years ago


    Dreamcrusher, i believe Nb4 would solve that problem. then again im no pro lol 

  • 4 years ago

    IM DanielRensch

    In which position and which point in time, dreamcrusher?

  • 4 years ago


    After the the b5 which you claim is winning, What would you do after r-d5

  • 4 years ago


    i dont know what they mean when they say too much fluff, i like the fluff and i think it is educational, get the diamond its worth it.

  • 4 years ago


    Thanks for the great vid:)

    Much appreciated!

  • 4 years ago


    Many thanks, Appreciated.

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