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I enjoyed being in the audience and like your straightforward attitude.
great video Alex
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Hi i can't download these video lessons.I I mean it just keeps downloading.what's wrong with that?
fantastic game, analysis
Don't forget to vote in the poll for USCL Game of the Week for week 10. Your vote counts! The poll will be on the homepage at 4:00 Eastern U.S. (New York) today (Thursday).
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This is my favorite show on Chess.com :)
door GM Alex Yermolinsky
Who needs "Game of Thrones" when we have a Game of the Week that is just as epic of a battle? When honors are shared, both warriors must have been ferocious in the fight, and that's what happened in week 9 of the USCL. GMs Giorgi Margvelashvili and Ben Finegold challenged each other on both sides of the board, and the battle really ramped up when black's knight crossed the board. You don't always need to be victorious to get the spoils of chess.
Queen's Gambit Accepted (D23)
Zie ook: Week 8 GOTW
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GM Alex Yermolinsky
Since his arrival in the United States in 1989, Alex Yermolinsky has won numerous major swiss events including the World Open and U.S. Open multiple times. He was the U.S. Champion in 1993 and 1996. Alex cherishes his recollections of the glory days of the now aging, but underrated U.S. Olympic Team of the 1990's. Alex is the author of "The Road to Chess Improvement", his magnum opus that threatens to become the most sought after out of print chess book on EBay.
Other authors need not worry, Alex has left chess writing behind him. These days he's more interested in online chess media. His "What Every Russian Schoolboy Knows" instructional weekly show on the Internet Chess Club has a large following. Alex is hoping to further his online presence here on Chess.com.
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