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C05 ECO index

Champions’ Extraordinary Winning Ideas - Video 5 - Steinitz King
Steinitz, Paulsen, Pap, Nestorovic, Pirrot, Ansell, Milosevic
C25, C56, C05, B22, B25 Vienna Game, Two knights defence, French: Tarrasch - closed variation, Sicilian: Alapin's variation, Sicilian: Closed
Attack with LarryC: How to Attack? Just Ask - A Cup of Jobava
Jobava, Bok, Ask, Astrom
C44, C05 Scotch, French: Tarrasch
Attack with LarryC: Carlsen Carnage - Relentless & Efficient
Carlsen, Jakovenko, Gulbrandsen
C05, E20 French Tarrasch, Nimzo-Indian
IM Lilov’s Carlsen Positional Secrets - Part 6
Carlsen, Gulbrandsen, Short
C05, D37
GM Akobian’s French Connection - Tarrasch Variation
C05 French - Tarrasch Variation
Attack with LarryC: Gobbler Takes it in the Neck and a Mann Hunt
Idrizaj, Stathopoulos, Reeh, Mann
B90, C05 Sicilian: Najdorf, French: Tarrasch
FIDE GP Thessaloniki - Round 6
Ponomariov, Ivanchuk, Caruana, Bacrot, Grischuk, Morozevich, Topalov, Kasimdzhanov, Kamsky, Svidler, Dominguez, Nakamura
C05, C45, C77, C84, A22, B01
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - Repertoire for Black - The French #7
Malakhov, ZhanZhong, Tiviakov, Vysochin
C04, C05 French: Tarrasch, Guimard main line, French: Tarrasch, Guimard main line