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It's great that he sticks to one pattern, and repeats using examples of increasing complexity from real games. I feel like that was an efficient way to not only teach a pattern, but also how to really understand the theme. Good stuff.
Short and sweet. Great lesson! Thanks
On Saturday July 18, 2015 I watched this video on the Anastasia mate and really enjoyed it. Thank you!
Great series , thank you
Fantastic ! very usefull thanks
Great video, everything well explained! And that is most important.
This is a good reminder, I had forgotten this one
@11:05 isn't Qxh7+ and then Ra3 equally good.
Great video! Thanks so much! I'll have to rewatch the upside down and side ways examples again, but I get the general concept :)
That was a really strong video for someone like myself who is a intermediate player trying to improve game. I will get a woody the first time I get to use this checkmate pattern in a real game. Going to watch the next 4 videos tonight. Thanks.
im going for this every game
Makes you want to play and use it.
Thanks. This video has drilled the pattern into my mind. I am going to watch for it from now.
Thanks. look forward to sending someone home crying to their mama !!
Had temporarily forgot Anastasia's mate but now remember it thoroughly.Thanks
Very intresting i wished i found this series a few months ago.
by FM Ingvar Johannesson
What makes the difference in levels between Chess players? Patterns! In his first chess.com video lecture FM Ingvar Johannesson talks about essential checkmating patterns in Chess. Sharpen your vision and understanding from plenty of his well chosen examples, and learn to identify the Anastasia checkmate whenever it comes up! This series will build the pattern recognition you need to become a skilled checkmater.
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