Queen's Indian Defense (part 3)

Queen’s Indian Defense (part 3)

GM Danielsen analyzes further the Queen’s Indian Defense with 4. g3 Ba6 5. Qc2 played recently at the Candidates matches and by world top players …
(4 votes, avg: 4.00/5)
| Comments Off | 4,731 views | 25 May 2011
Grand Prix (part 5)

Grand Prix (part 5)

GM Danielsen continues analyzing the Grand Prix system, looking at examples by Gelfand and Carlsen. For the complete lectures of the show, check the video …
(8 votes, avg: 4.38/5)
| Comments Off | 5,398 views | 31 May 2011
French defence, Tarrasch variation

French defence, Tarrasch variation

The French Defense is a chess opening starting with 1. e4 e6 2.d4 d5. The French has a reputation for solidity and resilience, though it …
(6 votes, avg: 4.50/5)
| Comments Off | 11,317 views | 31 May 2011
French defence, Tarrasch variation (part 2)

French defence, Tarrasch variation (part 2)

GM Henrik Danielsen shows how the Tarrasch Variation 3.Nd2 can almost always turn into a better pawn structure for white if black makes a small …
(7 votes, avg: 4.00/5)
| Comments Off | 7,264 views | 31 May 2011
Slav defense (part 1)

Slav defense (part 1)

The Slav Defense is a chess opening that begins with the moves 1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 The Slav is one of the primary …
(5 votes, avg: 4.20/5)
| Comments Off | 5,621 views | 6 June 2011
Slav defense (part 2)

Slav defense (part 2)

The Slav Defense is a chess opening that begins with the moves 1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 The Slav is one of the primary …
(4 votes, avg: 3.75/5)
| Comments Off | 5,423 views | 6 June 2011
Fabiano Caruana - Viktor Laznicka

Fabiano Caruana – Viktor Laznicka

Analysed game from the AAI tournament, Fabiano Caruana and Viktor Laznicka.
(3 votes, avg: 4.67/5)
| Comments Off | 8,663 views | 5 July 2011
Sasikiran - Negi

Sasikiran – Negi

Sasikiran and Negi are the two top Indian chess talents. Here is their game from AAI chess tournament
(2 votes, avg: 4.50/5)
| Comments Off | 8,915 views | 5 July 2011
King's Indian opening with Bg2 (part 1)

King’s Indian opening with Bg2 (part 1)

The Fianchetto Variation in the King’s Indian 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nf3 Bg7 4.g3 0-0 5.Bg2 d6 6.0-0, is named for White’s development of his …
(10 votes, avg: 3.80/5)
| Comments Off | 13,158 views | 5 July 2011
King's Indian Defence (part 2)

King’s Indian Defence (part 2)

The King’s Indian Defence is a common chess opening. It arises after the moves: 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 Black intends to follow up …
(15 votes, avg: 3.20/5)
| Comments Off | 18,809 views | 5 July 2011
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