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  • 4 mesi fa

    prabp

    what about czech-pirc

  • 6 mesi fa

    TheIronDuke

    So I decided to try this out OTB and of course my opponent immediately goes into a line not covered by either video.  Still worked out for me however.  Here is the game...

  • 6 mesi fa

    FreeCat

    Really amazing stuff. I'm gonna use this in an OTB match tournament next saturday against an opponent who always plays the Pirc Defense against 1. e4

  • 8 mesi fa

    Ambassador_Spock

  • 9 mesi fa

    TheBlueRook75

    Well, this is the classical two knight system for white against the pirc defence, in this system black will not play c5 either before or after castling. Black options after castling are Bg4 which is not possible because of 5.h3, c6 or Nc6, but it is good to know what white can do to punish black mistake in playing c5!

  • 16 mesi fa

    X-OpsDude

    GM Dzindzichashvili is a methodical machine and a legend.  He consistently delivers the most deliberate opening analysis.  Pure gold.

  • 16 mesi fa

    Ambassador_Spock

    Thanks Dzindzi.  Now my group will have to pool all our resources to combat your vile ideas against our precious opening.   Anyone willing to help or learn?  Then join the Pirc Café.  We play thematic discussion/vote chess to explore the variations in the Pirc Defense.

  • 19 mesi fa

    learningthemoves

    Very interesting GM Dzindzichashvili!

    Thanks for taking the time to provide your analysis of your new system.

  • 22 mesi fa

    Nuscas

    @ IM pfren and @ isin52

    At 5:10 after black plays 17...Qa4, white simply plays 18.b3! and not 18.BxRf7 as suggested by Roman. Therefore Qh4 wouldn't be available afterwards. Also, it gives white +3 !

  • 2 anni fa

    izsak

    Hi, I was analyzing Romans Anti-Pirc lecture with Houdini and I was amazed that those "novelties" and new lines are 100% Houdini's best moves and choices. Where is Dzindzi in it?

    Sorry Dzindzi:)

  • 2 anni fa

    JBades6310

    yeah now it has, I answered his question 3 weeks ago when it wasn't up

  • 2 anni fa

    coachmterrill

    Part 2 has been up for a couple of days now ...

  • 2 anni fa

    JBades6310

    he either hasn't made it yet or chess.com hasn't released it yet

  • 2 anni fa

    FakeBeil91

    wheres part 2?

  • 2 anni fa

    JBades6310

    no problem bud, I was hoping it was help at least one person other than me Smile

  • 2 anni fa

    Math0t

    @JBades6310: thanks a lot for the diagrams!

    Although it's always a great pleasure to watch Dzindzichashvili's videos, without these diagrams I would have to watch the video many times to fully understand it all.

  • 2 anni fa

    yoann2080

    Thanks for another great lecture. You are talking of some former videos about the Pirc. Can anyone say me where to find them?

  • 2 anni fa

    chessatore

    Great. Up to now, playing against the Pric has been one (of many) dark spots in my opening repertoire. The aproach to clearly pick one color and focus on the best moves for one side is also the right way to go. One reason why those chess.com videos turn out to be a very efficient way to build an opening repertoire is that stronger players narrow the options down and give a clear recomendation. Also, getting analysis which deviates or goes beyond standard theory text books is amazing and reminds me how much we are getting for our chess.com diamond membership.

  • 2 anni fa

    JBades6310

    Below are the lines shown in Roman's system against the Pirc Defense. I left out a couple lines that he went over, but only if they were ones he did not recommend. I added annotations whenever I thought it necessary and tried to quote Roman during important points. I also separated the 5... c5 and 5... 0-0 variations because I thought it would be less convoluted to read this way. Let me know if you have any comments, or if you think I missed something important. I hope these diagrams will be useful if one wanted to refer back to them later, as I know I will. Enjoy!
     
     
  • 2 anni fa

    Math0t

    "At 3.10, Nd5 is an annoying move, but what if a6 is played here"
    Good question.

    It appears that after: 10.Nd5 a6? 11.Bxc6 bxc6 12.Nxe7! black is in big trouble! If he does not take the knight white will have a great game without sacrifice, and if black does take the knight (12...Kxe7) 13.Qd6+ is devastating.

    But probably good to work out the variation if you're going to play this as white.

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