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Friday, July 29:
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New Chess Videos for July 25 – 29

Monday, July 25 IM David Vigorito Sharp Opening Trap in a Rapid Game This was an unusual (for me) rapid game. I played a sharp opening and got to play a wonderful trap that I was fortunately familiar with. This  see more...

New Chess Videos for July 18 – 22

Monday, July 18 IM Valeri Lilov How To Handle Unprepared Attacks (middlegame) When our opponent starts an unprepared attack, we usually know that there is an efficient way to counter it, though we don’t know exactly what it is. Often  see more...

New Chess Videos for July 11 – 15

Monday, July 11 IM Valeri Lilov Anand’s Attacking Concepts (middlegame) Vishy Anand has been one of the greatest chess players and brilliant attackers for the last few decades. What concepts does he use in his games to succeed? Check IM  see more...

New Chess Videos for July 4 – 8

Monday, July 4 IM Valeri Lilov Preesure and Attack (strategy, middlegame) Pressuring the opponent always feels quite good. Bobby Fischer used to say he most likes the moment where his opponent’s ego is broken due to the huge pressure he  see more...

New Chess Videos for June 27 – July 1

Monday, June 27 IM David Vigorito Shocking Sacrifice Befuddles Computers (tactics) This was one of my strangest games ever. My opponent played a somewhat dubious opening. My position looked better (to both human eyes and computers), but my opponent came  see more...
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MattHayes said...

Great lecture and an interesting line of the Nimzo that I was not very familiar with. Also, I believe ChessLecture will have to change the title in front of your name soon! Congratulations on your final GM norm.

Joebanks41 said...

Joebanks41 (larrytamarkin) made the following comment on video Inside Coverage of the USCL 2013 - part 12 by IM David Vigorito: "Your tactics were great in this game!"

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