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Charles Storey’s “Positional Chess Skills” - Combinational Skill

Opening: A50, A39: Queen's Pawn Game, English: Symmetrical - Main line with d4

Player(s): Andersson, Morales Barrera, Van den Doel

Combinational skill is something a player can exercise, like a muscle. But, let's not deny it, it's also a matter of talent. It is a gift if you will. Like many other talents, it needs to be cultivated with patience, willpower, and a lot of studying, but once a player masters this skill, the impact it can have on a game is enormous. In this 11th video of the series, FM Charlie shows how an excellent positional player can fight a gifted combinational talent. 
A positional approach, as FM Storey has taught us in the previous videos of the series, can help face a lot of different situations. As always, look at the color-coding of your pieces, and never miss a chance to improve it!

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Teacher's library (57) A50 A39 Andersson Morales Barrera Van den Doel game analysis

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