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Champions’ Extraordinary Winning Ideas - Video 11 - Play on the Light Squares!
Can, Nikolov, Benninger, Pap, Stajcic, Tokranovs, Jansa, Miranda Gonzalez, Tazbir
B22, A35 Sicilian: Alapin, English: symmetrical variation
Champions’ Extraordinary Winning Ideas - Video 10 - Play on the Dark Squares!
Pap, Kovacevic, Roganovic, Ljubicic, Kotov, Gligoric
C02, B22, E87 French: advance variation, Sicilian: Alapin, King's Indian: Saemisch,
Champions’ Extraordinary Winning Ideas - Video 9 - Rook and pawns vs. 2 Pieces
Savic, Pap,Beliavsky, Dolmatov, Miles, Kindermann
C63, D43, A28 Ruy Lopez: Schliemann defence, Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav, English
Champions’ Extraordinary Winning Ideas - Video 7 - Positional Piece Sacrifice
Pap, Minko, Papadopoulos, Buljovcic, Tal, Larsen
B22, C02, B82 Sicilian: Alapin, French: advance variation, Sicilian: Scheveningen
Champions’ Extraordinary Winning Ideas - Video 6 - Importance of the outpost
Petrosian, Pilnik, Pap, Grbac, Karpov, Andersson, Ivanchuk, Carlsen, Polgar, Kasparv, Kortschnoj, Popovic
A56, B22, E11, B03, E62, D43 Benoni, Sicilian: Alapin, Bogo-Indian, Alekhine's Defense, King's Indian: Fianchetto, QGD Semi-Slav,
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
Champions’ Extraordinary Winning Ideas - Video 3 - Petrosian King’s march
Petrosian, Unzicker, Pap, Vuckovic, Stojanovic, Mista, Duda,
D61, C51, C02, B80 QGD: Orthodox defence - Rubinstein variation, Evans Gambit, French: advance variation, Sicilian: Scheveningen
Champions’ Extraordinary Winning Ideas - Video 2 - Capablanca Pieces Isolation
Winter, Capablanca, Pap, Jeremic, Jankovic
C49, B04, B22 Four Knigts: Symmetrical variation, Alekhine's Defense: Modern, Sicilian: Alapin
Champions’ Extraordinary Winning Ideas - Video 1 - Lasker Rooks
Pap, Indjic, Karjakin, Gelfand, Lajthajm, Lasker, Marshall
C02, C55, A58, C42 French: Advance variation, Two Knights Defense, Benko Gambit, Petrov Defense
Play the Pap Attack! - Model Games 2
Pap, Pushkov. Kosic, Maric
C02 French: advanced variation
Play the Pap Attack! - Model Games 1
Pap, Vuelban, Pastor, Agdestein, Picazo Gonzalez
C02 French: advanced variation
Play the Pap Attack! - 9…Nc6
Pap, Stanojevic, Simonyi, Topalov, Morozevich, Lie, Brynell, Nun, Schmittdiel
C02 French: advanced variation
Play the Pap Attack! - Intro
Pap, Velten, Olah
C02 French: advanced variation
GM Misa Pap’s “Volga Benko Gambit” - Initiative in the Endgame
Pap, Ristic, Kojovic, Etchegaray
A57 Benko Gambit
GM Misa Pap’s “Volga Benko Gambit” - Attacking the e4-d5 pawn duo
Pap, Rychagov, Miljkovic, Prentic, Rajkovic
A57, A59 Benko Gambit
GM Misa Pap’s “Volga Benko Gambit” - Counterattack on the “f” file
Pap, Carnic, Saric, Jimenez, Ristic
A57, A59 Benko Gambit, Benko Gambit 1.d4 Cf6 2.c4 c5 3.d5 b5 4.cxb5 a6 5.bxa6 Axa6 6.Cc3 d6 7.e4
GM Misa Pap’s “Volga Benko Gambit” - Pushing e6
Pap, Markus, Stedlak, Stojanovic, Milanovic
A57 Benko Gambit
GM Misa Pap’s “Volga Benko Gambit” - Pushing c4
Pap, Markus, Stedlak, Stojanovic, Milanovic
A57 Benko Gambit
GM Misa Pap’s “Volga Benko Gambit” - Pressure on the Queenside
Pap, Pavlovic, Moljanovic, Lapcevic, Perez
A59, A57 Benko Gambit, Benko Gambit with 3...b5 4.cxb5 a6 5.bxa6 Bxa6 6.Nc3 d6 7.e4
GM Misa Pap’s “Volga Benko Gambit” - Artillery on the a and b files
Pap, Ikras, Aslan, Bauk
A58, A59 Benko Gambit: 7.e4, Benko Gambit accepted
GM Misa Pap’s “Volga Benko Gambit” - Using c4 and d3
Pap, Kojovic, Doric, Rochau
A59, A58 Benko Gambit: 7.e4, Benko Gambit accepted
GM Misa Pap’s “Volga Benko Gambit” - Using the a6-f1 diagonal
Trujillo, Pap, Vukic, Musicki
A58, A57 Benko Gambit accepted, Benko Gambit half accepted: 5.b6
GM Misa Pap’s “Make the Right Decisions in Critical Positions!” - Complex play
Pap, Saric, Zivanic
A57, A58 Benko Gambit, Benko Gambit accepted
GM Misa Pap’s “Make the Right Decisions in Critical Positions!” - Unclear positions
Pap, Milanovic, Fontaine
A30, C56 English symmetrical, Two Knights
GM Misa Pap’s “Make the Right Decisions in Critical Positions!” - Small advantages
Pap, Avram, Popovic
C43, B22 Philidor's Defence, Sicilian Alapin
GM Misa Pap’s “Make the Right Decisions in Critical Positions!” - Should I exchange Queens?
Pap, Solak, Kojovic
A08, A57 Reti, Benko Gambit
GM Misa Pap’s “Make the Right Decisions in Critical Positions!” - Queenless Middlegame
Pap, Czebe, Radovanovic, Janev
C41, B07 Philidor Defense, Pirc Defense
GM Misa Pap’s “Make the Right Decisions in Critical Positions!” - Patient Play
Pap, Frank, Savic
A30, C65
GM Misa Pap’s “Make the Right Decisions in Critical Positions!” - Fight for Initiative #2
Pap, Maric, Lajthajm
C02, A58
GM Misa Pap’s “Make the Right Decisions in Critical Positions!” - Fight for Initiative #1
Pap, Pelunovic, Radulovic
B22, B33
GM Misa Pap’s “Make the Right Decisions in Critical Positions!” - Attack and Defend
Pap, Poetsch, Nestorovic
B33, C55
GM Misa Pap’s “Make the Right Decisions in Critical Positions!” - Under Pressure!
Mujic, Pap, Panelo
B30, A04
GM Misa Pap’s “Make the Right Decisions in Critical Positions!” - Is it the Right Moment? #2
Pap, Lapcevic, Pavlovic
A57, A59
GM Misa Pap’s “Make the Right Decisions in Critical Positions!” - Is it the Right Moment? #1
Pap, Buljovcic, Kovacevic
C02
GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 23
Khalifman, Papadimitriou, Gruenfeld, Denk, Wei, Fang, Wojtaszek, Mamedyarov, So, Karjakin
A05, A30, D20, B94, B40
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Easy Come Easy Go - A story of Modern Opening Preparation - part 3
Vachier-Lagrave, Papaioannou, Jobava, Mamedyarov
B01, C29 Scandinavian, Vienna Gambit
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - Scandinavian #1
Movsesian, Papaioannou, Iordachescu, VanDerLaan, Liss, Afek
B01, B00, B01 Scandinavian (center counter) defense, KP: Nimzovich defense, Scandinavian defense
Chess Olympiad 2012 - Game Of the Day - Round 2
Papaiannou, Kramnik, Naiditsch, Mchedishvili, Aronian, Rhaman
E00, E41, A41 Catalan opening, Nimzo-Indian: e3, Hübner variation, Old Indian: Tartakower (Wade) variation
Attack with LarryC: Kings Hunt, A newcomer and a classic
Iturrizaga, Papin, Imbaud, Strumilo