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GM Miguel Illescas - Chess Strategy Lessons - Video 10

Opening: A36, C49, D45, B02, A01, B12, E66: English: symmetrical, Four Knights, QGD semi-Slav, Alekhine's defense, Nimzovich-Larsen attack, Caro-Kann, KI Panno

Player(s): Kasparov, Karpov, Winter, Capablanca, Lautier, Radulov, Westerinen, Bellon Lopez, Padevsky, Molnarova, Prokesova, Illescas

We don't know for sure about people, but chess pieces are not born evil! But sometimes, during a game, they can be misplaced. It's vital! Remember Tarrasch: "One badly placed piece makes your whole position bad." In this video, we will learn to distinguish when a piece is bad permanently or only temporary, and we will understand how to proceed in each situation. The video includes several exercises and analyses of games of Kasparov, Karpov, Capablanca, and even Illescas! Don't miss another amazing Chess Strategy Lesson!

Teacher's library (13) A36 C49 D45 B02 A01 B12 E66 Kasparov Karpov Winter Capablanca Lautier Radulov Westerinen Bellon Lopez Padevsky Molnarova Prokesova Illescas game analysis

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