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  • 19 mesi fa

    Immoney5252

    Great vid!!!

  • 19 mesi fa

    BrootFaus

    The endgame is easily the most difficult part of chess to learn IMO. Even a single wrong move that may even look right can lose you the game! What an awesome vid! Thank you GM Lenderman! Laughing 

  • 19 mesi fa

    pop-meister

    Can't see the board on Part 1 nor Part 2 ????

  • 20 mesi fa

    disorderlyknight

    Alex, that was a very useful and insightful video. You are a natural psychologist:) Thanks for sharing!

  • 20 mesi fa

    AnthonyVo

    Doesn't work?

  • 20 mesi fa

    kevinsmithstudio

    Great video, learned a lot about rook endgames!

  • 20 mesi fa

    Silentbutdreadful

    For those with slower brains, couldn't these analyses be carried out with a little less velocity? 

  • 20 mesi fa

    toli777

    Enjoyed the story Alex and the message but how do I get to the other video's in this series?Thanks

  • 20 mesi fa

    healthybrick

    How do you get the classical piece style?

  • 20 mesi fa

    GM AlexanderL

    Yes you can always stop the video and go back and rewind also, and also you can watch it over and over again.

  • 20 mesi fa

    VBN36

    good video,i love your style.

  • 20 mesi fa

    GingerBeer57

    It would be really nice if there were a way to pause and rewind the video.

  • 20 mesi fa

    steffys

    video not visible..

  • 20 mesi fa

    dzindzifan

    Alex! Thanks this was a great story and great example!  

  • 20 mesi fa

    neilx

    I know you. You played in the Baltimore open. you play very well! I love your style.

  • 20 mesi fa

    Vivinski

    nice, shankland's K+Q vs K+R now on my list, and Rensch's rook endgames again.

  • 20 mesi fa

    Shuffleking74

    Good video Alex. I'll be at the Marshall Chess Club this Saturday.

  • 20 mesi fa

    brianmoreau

    thank you so much...very interesting insights...i like how you did a 'psychological profile' as it were, of under estimating an opponent..well done.

  • 20 mesi fa

    greg556

    It's funny, the advice of this article is exactly the opposite of the advice in the article directly above it, which is all about Carlsen making moves based on the clock and his opponent not the board.

  • 20 mesi fa

    Scrap-O-Matic

    Excellent video! Thank you for including the side line ideas. They really helped a lot. You are a natural teacher!

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