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GM Joel’s Need to Know Basics - Video 11

Opening: E42, B82, B18, D44, A17, B13: Nimzo-Indian, Sicilian: Scheveningen, Caro-Kann: classical, QGD semi-Slav: Botvinnik system, Queens Indian Romanishin

Player(s): Najer, Mitenkov, Rogers, Bromberger, Adriasian, Navara, Santos, Bruno, Kortschnoj, Milos, Mikrut,

How many times have we found ourselves staring at the board, with an apparently easy position, without having the faintest idea of how to proceed? We know that the win is there, but it's impossible to come up with the right idea, probably only for we don't know the technique to pull out the win. And here is YOUR video-series, then! Joel makes you understand how to tackle a position, with his incredible and super-clear way to explain chess ideas and concepts. Don't miss this new, exciting, and useful feat by GM Joel Benjamin! Watch the videos to get your game one of five notches up.

In an earlier show we considered rook pawns and bishops in the endgame, but this week we examine unique properties of rook pawns in the more familiar setting of pawn endgames. Rook pawns can produce unexpected results with racing pawns, kings returning after capturing decoy pawns, and kings trapped in the corner.

Teacher's library (453) E42 B82 B18 D44 A17 B13 Najer Mitenkov Rogers Bromberger Adriasian Navara Santos Bruno Kortschnoj Milos Mikrut endgame

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