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Blitz Chess #390: kaens vs. IM Bartholomew (Sicilian Defense)

Channel: John Bartholomew & Total View: 4422


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Add Date: November 25, 2015, 10:00 am & Duration: 00:16:03


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Who knew that you could wind up in an Accelerated Dragon from 1.d4 g6 ? :) Here White develops artificially, and I'm able to win a pawn. Remember to be flexible in your calculations and make an effort to think of multiple permutations of a promising idea!

Chess Tutorial- Educational Games for Black to Play against the Maroczy Bind

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Chess Tutorial- Educational Games for Black to Play against the Maroczy Bind


Add Date: April 8, 2018, 4:00 am & Duration: 00:54:36


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Chess Tutorial- Educational Games for Black to Play against the Maroczy Bind

Positional play in the Prins Variation of the Sicilian ⎸Road to GM

Channel: Hanging Pawns & Total View: 457


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Add Date: April 22, 2018, 7:43 am & Duration: 00:21:20


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I managed to surprise my opponent with the fighting Prins Sicilian, which is often something players with black lack knowledge on.

Tomic vs Sculac, Sicilian Defense, B54, Prins Variation
5th Cro. League, Round 4, 04/22/18

I played the rd. 4 game of the Croatian 5th League. I was on board three against a slightly higher rated opponent. He went for the Sicilian Defense, but after Nf6, attacking e4, I played f3, the Prins Variation which he wasn’t prepared for. That move looks weakening and like a waste of time, but if black doesn’t react immediately white will have a positional advantage.

My opponent played a6, entering normal Najdorf positions with black, but that allowed me to play c4 and create a Maroczy bind with pawns on e4 and c4. This setup prevents black from pushing d5 any time soon, and gives white a comfortable middlegame. It was a very complicated game and we both made mistakes, but he missed a move in which he could have gained an advantage which got me a winning position.

*The Prins Variation occurs after the moves:
1.e4 c5
2.Nf3 d6
3.d4 cxd4
4.Nxd4 Nf6
5.f3 – entering the variation. From here black should continue with e5, pushing the knight to b3, and then play d5, opening up the center...

Alekhine's Defense in 2013 (model game!)Alekhine's Defense in 2013 (model game!)
00:24:52March 6, 2013, 1:46 pm
Alekhine's Defense in 2013 (model game!)

Channel: KingsExecutor & Total View: 1387


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Add Date: March 6, 2013, 1:46 pm & Duration: 00:24:52


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Claus Seyfried - Gudmundur Kjartansson @ Tradewise Gibraltar Tournament 2013. The Alekhine scores very good for black. It is solid yet flexible. This is a model game neutralizing white's chances. How to play for white if they cannot beat the Alekhine in a modest way? Well the more aggressive lines clearly favor black. This makes this defense so nice.
Maybe you think this game is not the most legendary one, but think again. Your white opponents might not play as clean and correct in the opening as Seyfried here. If white goes wrong, black will be all over them with his pieces. Believe me!

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The Sicilian Defense | GM Alejandro Ramirez - Sinquefield Cup 2015

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Add Date: August 30, 2015, 8:41 am & Duration: 00:05:20


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Using games from Round 4 of the 2015 Sinquefield Cup, Grandmaster Alejandro Ramirez teaches us the various approaches to the Sicilian Defense and how the tournament's grandmasters put them to use.

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Chess Tactics in the London System Chess Opening 😲 80/20 Tactics Multiplier - IM Eric Rosen

Channel: iChess.net & Total View: 21374


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Add Date: July 9, 2018, 5:00 am & Duration: 00:33:01


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Looking for an ultra-flexible chess opening for White? Look no further than the London System, an opening that can be played against almost everything Black plays. Get instant access with 35% off. ► http://ichs.co/2m1YoHy

The London System is a flexible chess opening which White can use against virtually any of Black’s setups. This makes it the perfect choice for players who prefer to understand key strategic and tactical ideas instead of having to memorize an endless number of theoretical variations.

Each opening has its own unique tactical patterns. Patterns you need to know to succeed. IM Eric Rosen’s course on the essential tactics in the London System gives you a complete understanding of the typical patterns for both sides. Even if you only play against the London System, knowledge of these resources will prove invaluable.

The London System is a chess opening for White which occurs after the moves 1.d4 & 2.Bf4 or 2.Nf3 and 3.Bf4. The London System was put into the public eye in a tournament in London in 1922.

Unlike the Colle System, White develops his dark-squared bishop outside the pawn chain. White’s next few moves depend on the setup that Black chooses. Usually, White plays 1.d4, 2.Bf4 and either 3.e3 or 3.Nf3....

Instructive Chess Game: Nisipeanu vs So - Grand Prix Attack

Channel: Remote Chess Academy & Total View: 12245


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Add Date: August 27, 2015, 8:09 am & Duration: 00:37:57


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The “Grand Prix Attack” is characterized by White’s move f4 in the Sicilian. It provides you with a crystal clear, and very effective, plan for attacking Black’s king. Watch this instructive game between Nisipeanu and So.

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The Hyper Accelerated Dragon 🔥🔥 Fire on the Board with GM Eugene Perelshteyn

Channel: iChess.net & Total View: 86333


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Add Date: April 23, 2014, 7:00 am & Duration: 00:20:58


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Need a sharp chess opening for Black to put White under immediate pressure? Try the hyper-accelerated dragon! GM Eugene Perelshteyn explains the thought process behind key hyper-accelerated games from his career. Get instant access with 35% off. ►http://ichs.co/2PQAuME

The Hyper-Accelerated Dragon is an exciting chess opening for Black that begins with 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 g6.

Black plays an early ...g6, which basically says he is fine without the move ...d6, which is seen in the traditional Sicilian Dragon setups. The king's bishop is heading to g7, where it will fight for control of the long diagonal.

Why delay moving the d-pawn? Black wants a chance to play to ...d5 in one move and save a tempo. It's pretty flexible, however, as Black still retains the option of reverting back to traditional Dragon lines by playing ...d6.

The main drawback is that having delayed Nf6, White can play c4 before Nc3, setting up a Maroczy bind. This can be dangerous for Black if they don't know how to respond properly, as they can soon find themselves completely cramped.

In this video, GM Eugene Perelshteyn shows his Hyper-Accelerated Dragon setup against White's 4.c3, an attempt to blunt the bishop. The position becomes...

Chess Openings- Reti OpeningChess Openings- Reti Opening
00:07:15March 30, 2009, 11:56 am
Chess Openings- Reti Opening

Channel: thechesswebsite & Total View: 257517


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Add Date: March 30, 2009, 11:56 am & Duration: 00:07:15


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The Reti Opening is a very flexible chess opening that can transpire into other common openings for white. Instead of controlling the center with pawns, white looks to use his minor pieces to put pressure on the center.

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Leela reacts beautifully to Reti opening with beautifully thorny attacking chess | Game vs Hannibal

Channel: kingscrusher & Total View: 3222


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Add Date: December 15, 2018, 4:30 am & Duration: 00:12:02


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The Sicilian Defense - Live Blitz with NM StewartThe Sicilian Defense - Live Blitz with NM Stewart
00:13:18September 14, 2012, 7:30 am
The Sicilian Defense - Live Blitz with NM Stewart

Channel: iChess.net & Total View: 1892


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Add Date: September 14, 2012, 7:30 am & Duration: 00:13:18


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I open with e4 and black responds with the Kan Variation of the Sicilian Defense, a very flexible line that usually creates very sharp positions early in the opening. My 9. Re1 was definitely inaccurate as the rook is really better placed on f1 to support f4 by white. I definitely wasn't happy with my opening play in this game, however I was able to generate some interesting counterplay in the middlegame with 20. a4 before my opponent managed to break through on the kingside. I managed to emerge from the complications with an extra rook, however I had unfortunately consumed too much time and flagged before I could convert the point.

WStewart vs GM TurkishStar - Sicilian Defense, Kan Variation

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Sicilian taimanov 6.Ndb5 variation (CRAZY QUEEN SACRIFICE IN THE OPENING!!!!!)

Channel: tarun kanyamarala & Total View: 299


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Add Date: March 23, 2016, 6:50 am & Duration: 00:08:30


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Sicilian taimanov is one of the flexible sicilian lines to play . In the game crazy queen sacrifice by black in the opening!!!. . The players were Korev vs Geller moscow .

How to Think Like a Grandmaster 🧠 Beginner Chess Video (Suitable for Kids) - GM Susan Polgar

Channel: iChess.net & Total View: 71563


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Add Date: October 17, 2013, 8:00 am & Duration: 00:39:43


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Want to think like a grandmaster? 🤔 There are several principles you should apply to your game right from a beginner level, all the way up to Grandmaster. Get instant access to GM Susan Polgar's Think Like A Grandmaster with 35% off ►http://ichs.co/2Af2czf

What separates Grandmasters from beginner chess players? Apart from vast experience, all grandmasters have first mastered the basic fundamentals of the game. When learning chess, even from the very first day, it is important to keep these principles in mind - not only will your chess improve as a result, but you'll avoid forming bad habits that are tough to crack later.

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Siclian 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 e6 and others FREE PREVIEWSiclian 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 e6 and others FREE PREVIEW
00:09:16March 16, 2018, 2:00 pm
Siclian 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 e6 and others FREE PREVIEW

Channel: Chessexplained & Total View: 1450


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Add Date: March 16, 2018, 2:00 pm & Duration: 00:09:16


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Alejandro Ramirez - The Sicilian Tajmanov-Scheveningen

Channel: ChessBaseProducts & Total View: 12114


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Add Date: July 11, 2014, 8:14 am & Duration: 00:09:21


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This is a video sample from the new DVD "The Sicilian Tajmanov-Scheveningen" by GM Alejandro Ramirez. More information by clicking on the above mentioned link.

The Sicilian Kan (Garcia - Aroshidze game 2)The Sicilian Kan (Garcia - Aroshidze game 2)
00:22:02April 25, 2018, 1:55 am
The Sicilian Kan (Garcia - Aroshidze game 2)

Channel: GMLevan & Total View: 155


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Add Date: April 25, 2018, 1:55 am & Duration: 00:22:02


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Notes by Grandmaster Levan Aroshidze:

The Kan variation is very flexible way to play Sicilian Defence. We can try to pressure white putting our dark squared bishop on active positions or just transpose to the Scheveningen systems. Nowdays, Kan variation is very popular and gives good chances for equal game.

Standard Chess #260: aaaaaaa101 vs. IM Bartholomew (Stonewall Attack)

Channel: John Bartholomew & Total View: 39938


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Add Date: March 12, 2017, 11:49 pm & Duration: 01:06:09


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In the Stonewall Attack (or Reversed Stonewall) White hastens to establish a dark-square pawn phalanx on f4, e3, d4, and c3. Strategically, this makes the light-square bishop "good," because it isn't impeded by White's own pawns. I therefore strive to swap this bishop with 4...Nh6 and 5...Bf5, after which I obtain a slight plus due to my better pieces and more flexible structure. Difficult decisions await in the middelgame, however!

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Chess Openings: Introduction to the Sicilian Kan

Channel: TheGoodKnight & Total View: 21768


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Add Date: May 23, 2012, 3:42 pm & Duration: 00:19:40


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The first in a series on this flexible and dynamic Sicilian. Comments, Questions and Likes are always apreciated :)

Chess Opening: The Stonewall Attack (Example Game)

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Add Date: July 18, 2013, 5:28 am & Duration: 00:14:26


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This is a game that illustrates a chess opening system called the Stonewall Attack. It's an opening that is very useful for beginner and intermediate players, as it is flexible (it can be used against a wide range of Black responses, rather than depending on specific replies from Black), and it is easy to remember and to understand.

The game was taken from the Wikipedia entry on the Stonewall Attack. Apparently, the original source is an article by the late GM Larry Evans. I am not sure if this is a composed game, or if it was actually played in competition. Here is the Wikipedia page:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stonewall_Attack

In any case, I hope the video will help you with your chess! :)

Best,
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Amazing Chess Game : Bobby Fischer vs Mikhail Tal - 1959 - Sicilian Defence - Najdorf (B90)

Channel: kingscrusher & Total View: 157189


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Add Date: July 23, 2007, 10:16 am & Duration: 00:07:53


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Instructive game tags: candidates tournament game, Sicilian defence, Najdorf variation, Bc4 fischer-sozin variation, scheveningen pawn formation, pawns on e7 and d6, early Qf3 slightly controversial because of potential bishop fianchetto later, b5-b4 play to put pressure on e4, battle for central squares, knight on the rim is dim, battery on key a8-h1 diagonal with queen and bishop, opening diagonal to White's king, opening file to White's king, pinned knight, exploiting a pinned knight, knight on f4, pawn sacrifice, g-file attack, attacking on file and diagonal, defensive exchange sac offered, relentless attack, precise play, going for mate instead of material, rook lift, crushing attack, elegant attack

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Game 2 || Magnus Carlsen VS Gadir Guseinov || Speed Chess Championship 2017

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Add Date: October 4, 2017, 11:27 am & Duration: 00:05:07


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Palermo FC , Sicily Edinson Cavani & Fabrizio Miccoli

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Add Date: April 22, 2018, 4:06 am & Duration: 00:04:20


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Edinson Cavani and Fabrizio Miccoli, both played for the team of Sicily, Palermo FC (Unione Sportiva Città di Palermo).
Cavani made his debut with the rosanero on 11 March 2007. He played 117 games with Palermo Fc and he scored 37 Goals.
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Finding a Plan against the Sicilian Grand PrixFinding a Plan against the Sicilian Grand Prix
00:23:19May 10, 2016, 4:01 pm
Finding a Plan against the Sicilian Grand Prix

Channel: INTJChess & Total View: 132


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Add Date: May 10, 2016, 4:01 pm & Duration: 00:23:19


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Maintaining a flexible plan for development with the black pieces - A collaboration game in G/30

Win with The Botvinnik System in The English Opening ⚔ GM Valeri Lilov

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Add Date: October 9, 2018, 11:30 am & Duration: 00:18:03


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The Botvinnik system in the English opening comes after the following move order: 1.c4 Nf6 2.g3 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.Bg2 0-0  5.e4, this move by White is what initiates what's known by many chess players as the "Botvinnik System".

Black usually continues with 5... d6, 5... c5, or even 5... e6 in order to put a stop somehow to White's intents to completely dominate the center. 

IM Valeri Livov analyzes a game that was played between the very well known GM Yasser Seirawan vs GM Milan Vukic in 1979.

The English opening is a flank opening, which means that white starts by moving a flank pawn, in this case, the "c pawn" instead of the typical central pawns of the e or d columns.

Many chess players can consider this opening a little "unusual", but wait a minute before you make your judgment until you know all the details!

First of all, the English opening is considered one of the...

Flexible Sicilian (Garcia - Aroshidze Rapid game)Flexible Sicilian (Garcia - Aroshidze Rapid game)
00:17:21April 28, 2018, 7:46 am
Flexible Sicilian (Garcia - Aroshidze Rapid game)

Channel: GMLevan & Total View: 77


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Add Date: April 28, 2018, 7:46 am & Duration: 00:17:21


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Notes by Grandmaster Levan Aroshidze:

The Kan variation is very flexible way to play Sicilian Defence. We can try to pressure white putting our dark squared bishop on active positions or just transpose to the Scheveningen systems. Nowdays, Kan variation is very popular and gives good chances for equal game.