CHESS IMPROVEMENT SECRETS FOR THE BUSY PLAYER (THE GINGERGM METHOD)

CHESS IMPROVEMENT SECRETS FOR THE BUSY PLAYER (THE GINGERGM METHOD)

Save 50% Regular Price: $79.95, Special Price: $39.95
Internet Chess club on Facebook Internet Chess club on Twitter Internet Chess club on Google+ Internet Chess club on YouTube Internet Chess club on LinkedIn Subscribe to Internet Chess Club RSS feed

GM Yermolinsky - What it takes to be a complete 1.d4 player - Queen’s Indian - Vd 1

Opening: E12: Queen's Indian defense

Player(s): Yermolinsky, Kelson, Mulyar, Stein

The previous two-video series on the Nimzo left some viewers not fully satisfied with the scarcity of material. How come I only played the white side of the Nimzo a handful of times? The answer is, I avoided it, by choosing, instead, to take the game into the Queens Indian Defense, which I most often answered with Petrosian's move 4.a3. My choice was heavily influenced by a success the future World Champion Garry Kasparov had with this line in the early 1980's. Video 1 deals with Kasparov's favorite structure featuring the central pawn pair d4 and e4. Most likely, I was never the right man for the job, but with time I learned how to handle such positions. Surprisingly, moving the e-pawn forward and leaving the d-pawn backward represents White's main plan. You can download the games in PGN format HERE

Teacher's library (640) E12 Yermolinsky Kelson Mulyar Stein opening

This is a 5 minute preview.

Log in to watch the full show or click one of the links below.

LOGIN or Get membership



FIND MORE VIDEOS


 

Page 1 of 86 pages  1 2 3 >  Last ›