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Thank you, very brilliantly instructive.
This is a similar style of my play, very interesting example on a much higher level!
nice video, simple, yet powerful. Well done.
@hollymoses - If you have found your way to "The Fighting Dragon" series (Part 10), then look to the right of the video, and it will have a link to "Part 9", which will link to "Part 8" and so forth.
Easy would also be to simply search IM Kiewra's videos - click here http://www.chess.com/video/library?author=Keaton87
Great lecture - thank you for your time!
have just joined & took Platinum membership ensuring I could see videos .
I love the Dragon games !
Is it possible to see the previous 9 parts of The Fighting Dragon !?!?
Garry Hollingsworth....june 14th...Australia
This series for a player like me is fantastic. At 1700, I suffer from players in 1500 - 1600 always looking for draws, exchanging pieces and 'no counter-play' and what I have learned here is very exciting and useful. I should be able to use what I have learned to take me up to 1800 - 1900 level hopefully. Thank you.
by GM Leonid Kritz
Are you constantly playing opponents who play solid, boring lines, hoping to trade everything right away and never spicing it up? GM Leonid Kritz has, and he shows how methodical probing and switching of ideas can still keep some life in the position. He continues his series by showing how to counter the plans of his previous videos. Kritz admits you sometimes have to allow some weaknesses, but you play to win, don't you?
Slav Defense: Modern Line (D11)
Related: Part 2
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