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  • 4 mesi fa

    NM Chop-That-Wood

    Very nice smooth win. Would be good to see some more square highlights and arrows but fantastic clear commentary.

  • 12 mesi fa

    makrham

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  • 14 mesi fa

    kings_assassin81

    Great game. Enjoyed the video, especially since I play this line! :)

  • 16 mesi fa

    egycottonbrocker

    good

  • 19 mesi fa

    pumpupthevolume247

    Nice to see that chess.com's newest video author is a 1.d4 player!! 1.d4 rules, and this game did too - good to have you with us! Thanks for showing this great game Cool

  • 19 mesi fa

    kauboy

    The game is reminding me of the great 19th. century slugfests and clever checkmate endings. The sacrifice on f7 is a classic left over from those days; never mind the end game position; just kill the king!

  • 19 mesi fa

    Wzntz

    Good to have you onboard, I like your style.

  • 19 mesi fa

    blaublau

    good video

  • 19 mesi fa

    jac7

    hi

  • 19 mesi fa

    dark_knight1897

    Excellent lesson. Thank you very much! :-)

  • 19 mesi fa

    VLMJ

    Very good!  Thank you.  Possibly showing the moves with more visuals would help a lot.  For example, arrows, lighting up squares, etc.  Sometimes it is hard to visualize them as you teach.  More videos.

  • 19 mesi fa

    thekiller3120

    gooooooooooooood !!!!!!!!!! Laughing

  • 19 mesi fa

    AwesomeXue

    nice job!

  • 19 mesi fa

    receipt1

    The comments Grandmaster Mikhalevski made between 01:45 and 02:30 regarding why .....b5 driving White's knight from c3 is a "dubious move" were well worth the price of admission alone!  I play this line as White and have studied what the theory says in books and DVD's, but this is the first time I've seen the reasoning and idea beyond White's future play explained. Finally I understand what the weakness black accepts is.  Am looking forward to more videos with their move by move clear explanations and invitations to study the position to find advantageous move sequences.

  • 19 mesi fa

    DOUBLEDNICE

    Thank you very instructive video,and easy to understand I hope to see more.

  • 20 mesi fa

    buddykeith

    Very good! As with the others I look forward to more instructive videos.

  • 20 mesi fa

    john-warner

    okay first video.thanks

  • 20 mesi fa

    Bigsquid123

    *I liked how you explained the critical lines two.

    But you should describe what the peice you are focosing on a little better.

    Good job on winning!Laughing

  • 20 mesi fa

    Natchez

    Thanks for the video.  Great win.  Much of it was forced.  You got a hold of the initiative and wouldn't let go.Cool

  • 20 mesi fa

    dzindzifan

    Well done this game reminds me of a Petrosian or Karpov type of build up with great foresight and patience ... before you lower the hammer!  Nice work!

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