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In the first game Rf1 instead of Rh6 forces the winning pawn ending..?
it was a very instructive video... do keep posting ...
I love bishop end games very very informative thank you chess.com what a great site
you mean i can't watch it if I'm platinum -_-
Love the tut, thanks!
great video FM Kostya Kavutskiy
...it's too bad they changed the formula for determining ratings a long while back. If they didn't, Fischer would still have the highest rating. Calculated for today's inflation, Fischer would still be the highest today - although it's still very possible Carlsen would eventually surpass it, of course.This sh!t drives me crazy - I hate when those in power manipulate perception.
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Veuillez être pertinent, aider et être gentil!
door FM Kostya Kavutskiy
Carlsen wins with such minute precision that sometimes it may seem magical. Here, a pair of his games is examined, and in both he eschews complications in favor of small endgame advantages. FM Kavutskiy shows that he can beat a top-10 player with bishops of same color, and he can beat another top-10 player with bishops of opposite color. Give this man an inkling of an advantage, and he'll inch his historic rating even higher!
French Defense #2 (C00)
Zie ook: Part 1
OCB: With Rooks!
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FM Kostya Kavutskiy
Kostya Kavutskiy earned his FM title in 2011 and has been teaching chess, semi-professionally, for several years now. Apart from video lessons, he can be seen all over chess.com working on Chess Mentor, Chess TV, and more! Before joining the "official author team" on the main site, he's been making video lectures for Chess.com's YouTube Channel for sometime. He's also done quite a bit of writing for publications such as Chess Life Online and Chessbase, and even co-authored a chess book expected to be released Fall 2013.
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