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nice~ I'm wondering instead of Rf1, what about Qf1 to attack the h3 pawn?
Yes, it is :)
This game is annotated in My Chess Career.
Thank you Coach Dejan.
What a brilliant game!! Ace analysis to complement a great video - and the mic - anyone heard of echo!?... empty room... a HUMAN making the video not a machine... who cares about the mic quality when the REAL quality is in the game and the analysis , thanks GM Bojkov!
Absolutley beautiful and systematic! I loved the video!
FYI: Following up on your opening speculation about whether or not the game was ever published:
The position beginning where Capablanca trades his knight on f4 for the bishop on d3 is discussed in Shereshevsky's book,"Endgame Strategy."
Shereshevsky notes that the game is included in Capablanca's book, "My Chess Career" but does not tell us if the game was annotated or not.
brilliant play by C... damn
No video unless you can now support adobe flash player.:-(
Nokia lumia 920 doesnt Play vidéos arrrrkkk
Classic Capa, very nice video, never noticed the mic was immersed in the game.
Very nice game with lots of ideas.
Black's knight taking the bishop on d3 does strengthen the h3 square where the pawn is destined. Once there the pawn is killer.
I also liked the switch to the queenside with p-a5. Not my first or second or third idea considered. Very instructive.
It's a poor mic. A good quality mic with a pop filter would eliminate all problems.
lol pop filter does not reduce reverberations of an empty room. pop filter reduces the proximity effect which is: as closer you get to the mic the louder P's you are going to hear...
Very clear and easy to follow... and nice tunnel effect .. :D thank you.
The mic is good, the apartment is empty. You will hear the differenc ein the next videos.
I love the video, but why do so many sound like they were recorded in a tunnel?
door GM Dejan Bojkov
A victory, though not well known, comes in classic Capablanca fashion: A strategically sound kingside attack creates long term positional weaknesses in his opponent's camp; key exchanges are made; a superior endgame is reached (Bishop vs Knight); accurate calculation is applied to achieve... "flawless technique"! GM Dejan Bojkov describes it all elegantly...
Spelers: Kline, Harry
vs. Capablanca, Jose Raul
Indian Game: Czech-Indian (A46)
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GM Dejan Bojkov
Dejan Bojkov is a Grandmaster, originally from Bulgaria. As a youngster, Dejan was the winner of numerous Youth Championships -- including Boys Under 14 and Boys Under 18 Bulgarian Champion. This translated to success on the international stage, with his most recent victory coming at the Sydney International Open in Australia (2010). As a trainer his work has known little failure, and some of his students include Antoaneta Stefanova-former World Womens Champion.
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