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  • 8 maanden geleden

    HectorPerez

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  • 18 maanden geleden

    jflores33

    I love the game (Part 1, and esp Part II) but 27...Nd6 is no improvement over 27...f6.  28.axb6 axb6 29. Rb1 Nxc4 30. Nxc4 Rxc4 31. Rxb6 Rc2 32. R(d)-b1! =  Now white threatens Rb8 as well as R(6)-b2.  So Sam made the best try.

  • 19 maanden geleden

    pumpupthevolume247

    I love the complex middlegame that arised - looking forward to the endgame (part 2) because the endgame is the best part of chess! Awesome Cool

  • 19 maanden geleden

    orestesmantra

    This video was really useful to me. Thanks!

  • 19 maanden geleden

    brianbrearley

    great video. Thanks for sharing.

  • 20 maanden geleden

    puop

    awesome:):):):)

  • 20 maanden geleden

    madvilain

    whats with all the two parters? 

  • 20 maanden geleden

    dzindzifan

    Super helpful ... and super relevant!  Nice work, Sam!  I find it interesting to see whether or not there was a draw offer in this game.

  • 20 maanden geleden

    DoubIe_Dragon

    I like the idea of breaking the game into two parts.

    Looking forward to the endgame.

  • 20 maanden geleden

    JohnIV

    Nice video and easy to follow. Thank you...P.S. FrameWK you are obviously a jerk.

  • 20 maanden geleden

    FrameWK

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  • 20 maanden geleden

    FrameWK

    you love saying GrandMaster Sam Shankland dont you you cute little yapper

  • 20 maanden geleden

    ienj0ychess

    Great video, Sam! Thank you for not cutting the endgame analysis short. I really appreciate you taking the time to explain your thoughts in detail - it really helps. Looking forward to next video's conclusion!

  • 20 maanden geleden

    Regbi23

    Great video, Sam! Extremely impressive how you always assume your opponent is going to make the absolute best move on your level of play.

  • 20 maanden geleden

    receipt1

    Fantastically instructive on many levels.  Thank You GM Shankland.

  • 20 maanden geleden

    firewoods

    awesome video

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