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Petrosian Player index

GM Misa Pap - Strategic Planning in Chess - Vd10: The Carlsbad Structure for White
Petrosian, Krogius, Botvinnik, Larsen, Marshall, Rubinstein, Timman, Karpov
D91, D36, D35 Grünfeld: Three Knights Variation, QGD; Exchange - positional line: 6.Qc2, QGD: Exchange Variation
GM Misa Pap - Strategic Planning in Chess - Vd5: Hanging Pawns - Blockade
Furman, Kholmov, Taimanov, Karpov, Petrosian, Smyslov, Poulsson, Farago
D30, E55, A15, D41 QGD Semi-Slav, Nimzo-Indian: 4.e3, English: Anglo-Indian Defence, QGD: Semi-Tarrasch - 5.cxd5
Champions’ Extraordinary Winning Ideas - Video 8 - Petrosian’s Exchange Sacrifice
Reshevsky, Petrosian, Rashkovsky, Spassky, Ulko, Morozevich, Lilienthal, Ragozin, Geller, Uhlmann
E58, A77, D03, E90, E49, C09 Nimzo-Indian, Benoni, Torre Attack (Tartakower Variation), King's Indian, Nimzo-Indian: 4.e3 Botvinnik System, French: Tarrasch
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 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
GM Joel’s Need to Know Basics - Video 14
Petrosian, Tal, Johannessen, Sarkar, Benjamin, Timman, Nogueiras, Kramnik, Kasparov
A13, D93, E32, C50, D47, D27 English Opening, Gruenfeld with Bf4, Nimzo-Indian: Classical, Giuoco Piano, QGD Semi-Slav, QGA Classical
GM Joel’s Need to Know Basics - Video 9
Karpov, Unzicker, Petrosian, Spassky, Kasparov, Shirov, Englisch, Steinitz, Benjamin, Zaichik, Mamedyarov, Gordon
C98, E66, B33, C60, D26, D38 Ruy Lopez: closed - Chigorin - Rauzer attack, King's Indian: Fianchetto - Yugoslav Panno, Sicilian, Ruy Lopez, QGA, QGD Ragozin
GM Joel’s Need to Know Basics - Video 5
Winter, Capablanca, Short, Kramnik, Salv, Yusupov, Hort, Donner, Petrosian, Gligoric
C48, C48, A12, B09, E93 Four Knights, English: Caro-Kann defensive system, Pirc: Austrian Attack, King's Indian: Petrosian system - main line
GM Miguel Illescas - Chess Strategy Lessons - Video 7
Kasparov, Petrosian, Pachman, Jakobsen, Illescas, Short
E11, B49, C02 Bogo-Indian Defense (1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 Nf3 Bb4+), Sicilian: Taimanov variation, French: advance variation
GM Davorin Kuljasevic’s “Develop Your Counter-intuitive Thinking!” - Fearless King
Lenderman, Gareev, Ivanchuk, Wei, Anton, Petrosian, Korobov, Castellanos Rodriguez, Sedlak, So
D38, B08, D37, D02
Attack with LarryC: Nei doubles down and A Gust of Win
Petrosian, Nei, Gustafsson, Efimenko
A56, D37 Benoni Defense, QGD: 4.Nf3
Attack with LarryC: Petrosian takeout
Petrosian, Terpugov
A46 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 g6: Torre, London and Colle Systems
GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 110
Petrosian, Martirosyan, Maghsoodloo, Kulaots, Khismatullin, Esipenko, Wei, Yuffa, Alekseenko, Narayanan, Safarli, Aravindh
C50, B90, C41, D85, E20, C88, A45
GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 39
Ju Wenjun, Petrosian, Shimanov, Li Ruifeng, Zherebukh, Shabalov, Friedel, Meier
A41, E21, B00, C49, C67
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Build your opening repertoire - Part 31: KID Averbakh Part 8
Petrosian, Wojtkiewicz, Kaidanov, Fedorowicz
E75
Ronen’s Greatest Hits! - Tigran Petrosian - Part 2
Tigran Petrosian
Ronen’s Greatest Hits! - Tigran Petrosian - Part 1
Tigran Petrosian
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda - part 3
Stein, Petrosian, Smyslov, Bronstein
C18, A17, A42 French: Winawer, English, Modern defence: Averbakh system
Ronen through Chess history: Toward the Candidates - part 5
Keres, Petrosian, Kortschnoj, Benko, Fischer, Tal
B36, A31, A07, C11 Sicilian: Accelerated Fianchetto, English, King's Indian Attack, French defense
Ronen through Chess history: Toward the Candidates - part 4
Keres, Petrosian, Kortchnoi
B36, A31 Sicilian: Accelerated Fianchetto, English: Symmetrical - Benoni Formation
Ronen through Chess history: USSr vs. World 1970 - part 2
Fischer, Petrosian, Portisch, Kortschnoj, Spassky, Larsen
B13, A33, E12 Caro-Kann, English Opening, Queen's Indian
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - London system Part 4
Petrosian, Chistiakov, Vaganian, Kupreichik
A80 Dutch Defense: Unusual second move
Game Of the Week: GM Svetozar Gligoric vs. GM Tigran Petrosian
Gligoric, Petrosian
A56 Benoni defense
Beyond the Opening: Indian systems: Part 14
Nedochotov, Zimmerma Petrosian, Spassky
E63, E63 King's Indian: fianchetto, Panno variation, King's Indian: fianchetto, Panno variation
Attack with LarryC: Model Games: The Chzec Benoni
Nei, Petrosian
A56 Czech Benoni: King's Indian system
Attack with LarryC: Attacking Themes Past and Present
Morphy, Petrosian, Kortchnoi, Rybka, Shredder
C55, A31, C67 Two knights defense, Perreux variation, English: symmetrical, Benoni formation, Ruy Lopez: Berlin defense, open variation
Attack with LarryC: Energetic and Imaginitive play
Petrosian, Ljubojevic, Dobrowolski, Fridman
Attack with LarryC: More attack biz from the Riga Wiz
Tal, Petrosian
Attack with LarryC: Pirc blowout and a Petrosian king march
Kursunov, Zhumaev, Petrosian, Unzicker, Peters