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Botvinnik Player index

GM Yermo Teaches You Openings! - Grunfeld Part 1
Tolush, Botvinnik, Ioffe, Yermolinsky, Ziatdinov
D83 Grunfeld Gambit (1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 g6 3 Nc3 d5 4 Bf4 Bg7 5 e3 O-O)
GM Miguel Illescas - Chess Strategy Lessons - Video 11
Botvinnik, Capablanca, Illescas, Kamsky
E49, A17 Nimzo-Indian: 4.e3 - Botvinnik system, English opening: 1. c4 Nf6 2. Nc3 e6
GM Joel’s Need to Know Basics - Video 7
Botvinnik, Capablanca, Lerner, Geller, Benjamin, Kortschnoi, Mengarini
D05, E49, D35, E46, C07, B12 Colle system, Nimzo-Indian: 4.e3 - Botvinnik System, QGD, Nimzo-Indian: Reshevsky variation, French: Tarrasch, Caro-Kann
GM Miguel Illescas - Chess Strategy Lessons - Video 9
Illescas, Dgebuadze, Bronstein, Najdorf, Botvinnik, Reshevsky, Canela
A17, E29, E21 English (1 c4 Nf6 2 Nc3 e6), Nimzo-Indian: Samisch, Nimzo-Indian, three knights variation
GM Davorin Kuljasevic’s “Develop Your Counter-intuitive Thinking!” - Endgame Ideas
Bronstein, Botvinnik, Zelcic, Bosiocic, Huschenbeth, Buhmann
B63, B51, B12 Sicilian: Richter-Rauzer Attack, Sicilian: Canal-Sokolsky (Nimzovich-Rossolimo - Moscow) attack, Caro-Kann defense
GM Davorin Kuljasevic’s “Mastering Closed Position”-  Semi-open Files
Botvinnik, Bronstein, Rodshtein, Fressinet
E45, E94
Attack with LarryC: More Championship blasts from the Past
Tarrasch, Lasker, Bronstein, Botvinnik
C66, A91 Ruy Lopez: Berlin Defense, Dutch Defense
Improve Your Chess: First Learn End! - Botvinnik-Alekhine 1938
Botvinnik, Alekhine
Ronen’s Greatest Hits! - Mikhail Tal Part 3
Talk, Botvinnik
Ronen’s Greatest Hits! - David Bronstein Part 1
Bronstein, Botvinnik
Ronen’s Greatest Hits! - Mikhail Botvinnik Part 4
Botvinnik, Tal
Ronen’s Greatest Hits! - Mikhail Botvinnik Part 3
Botvinnik
Ronen’s Greatest Hits! - Mikhail Botvinnik Part 2
Botvinnik
Ronen’s Greatest Hits! - Mikhail Botvinnik Part 1
Botvinnik
Ronen through Chess history: Botvinnik vs. Bronstein - Part 3
Bronstein, Botvinnik
E69, A91, D71, D44 Kings Indian: Ftianchetto: 6… Nbd7, Classical Dutch: E4arly Deviations, Fianchuetto Grünfeld: 3g3d5, Semi-Slav: Botvinnik System
Ronen through Chess history: Botvinnik vs. Bronstein - Part 2
Bronstein, Botvinnik
E43, B63, A94 Nimzo-Indian: Rubinstein: 4..b6, Sicilian:Richter-Rauzer: 7..Be7 and unusual 7th moves, Classical Dutch: Classical Stonewall: 7 b3 c6 8 Ba3
Ronen through Chess history: Botvinnik vs. Bronstein - Part 1
Bronstein, Botvinnik
E43, B63, A94 Nimzo-Indian: Rubinstein: 4..b6, Sicilian:Richter-Rauzer: 7..Be7 and unusual 7th moves, Classical Dutch: Classical Stonewall: 7 b3 c6 8 Ba3
Learn How to Win with GM Boris! - Bishop Pair Advantage #7
Flohr, Botvinnik
Beyond the Opening: Closed Game Structure - QGD #1
Botvinnik, Keres, Nenachev, Panchenko
Attack with LarryC: Two Knight sacrifice - Part 1
Christiansen, Carter, Capablanca, Masyutin, Coldwell, Marshall, Mieses, Albin, Botvinnik, Checkhove, Henrichs, Prusiki, Krasenko, Chern, Gdanski, Cichoki, Oral, Vescov
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Episode 9 The Great Botvinnik #4
Matulovic, Botvinnik
B06 Robatsch (modern) defense
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Episode 8 The Great Botvinnik #3
Botvinnik, Najdorf
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Episode 7 The Great Botvinnik #2
Benko, Botvinnik
E10 English opening
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Episode 6 - The great Botvinnik #1
Smyslov, Botvinnik
B60 Sicilian: Richter-Rauzer
Beyond the Opening: Isolated Pawns 9
Sokolov, Cebalo, Botvinnik, Petrossian
Beyond the Opening: Isolated Pawns 8
Sargissian, Halkias,Petrossian, Smyslov, Botvinnik, Alekhine