Tuesday, January 07, 2014

GM Mikhalevski: Beating the Sicilian Defense ... and more

GM Mikhalevski: Beating the Sicilian Defense



GM Mikhalevski: Beating the Sicilian Defense
Posted on January 06,2014 By William in General Chess Articles. Grandmaster Victor Mikhalevski is renown for being a very dangerous attacking player. In this chess video excerpt from the Empire Chess DVD ¨Deadly Chess Attacks¨ GM Mikhalevski explains various aggressive opening schemes for white against the Sicilian Defense. GM Mikhalevski also reviews common attacking patterns and sacrifices for white against the Sicilian Defense that will set you up for quick wins against unsuspecting, inaccurate opponents. [...]

Dzindzi Indian Defense - No Refutation
Posted on January 03,2014 By William in Strategy & Game Review, Chess Openings, All Articles w/ Videos. The Dzindzi Indian Defense is based on extremely interesting principles as black gives up the traditionally ¨prized¨ dark-squared bishop that has been fianchettoed on the kingside, in order to permanently weaken white's pawn structure on the queenside and completely change the dynamic of the opening. White is forced to adapt to a very different type of play as black's position looks shaky, but there is NO REFUTATION against this eclectic opening [...]

Winning Pawn Moves for Beginners with IM Maia Lomineishvili
Posted on December 30,2013 By William in General Chess Articles. IM Maia Lomineishvili follows up on her debut appearance with OnlineChessLessons.NET with an extremely instructive preview from her 3 hour Empire Chess DVD ¨Winning Pawn Moves for Beginners¨ This chess video is perfect for beginner players who want to achieve a deeper understanding game-changing pawn breaks and common tactical themes in different types of positions and structures. Maia Lomineishvili is an International Master and Women's Grandmas[...]

Karpov loses to 2000 FIDE amateur player!
Posted on December 26,2013 By GM Damian Lemos in General Chess Articles. Porrasmaa vs Anatoly Karpov In this video GM Damian Lemos analyzes a game between Porrasma (rated 2070) and former World Champion Anatoly Karpov. Despite being a rapid game, it is still amazing because there's a 500 rating points difference! Karpov tries a dubious plan in the opening with Nc6-Na5, and White finds a punishment thanks to his stronger development... a must watch game![...]

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Karpov rocks on.