Commonwealth Chess R 7

Commonwealth Chess R 7

Many Indians are in the reckoning for the top places at the ongoing Commonwealth Chess Championship being played at Johannesburg in South Africa. Top Seed …
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| Comments Off | 7,810 views | 5 July 2011
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Queen's Indian Defense (part 2)

Queen’s Indian Defense (part 2)

Queen’s Indian Defense was the most popular opening of the Candidates matches. GM Danielsen continues his lecture on White’s most popular move 4. g3. At …
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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 …
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| Comments Off | 6,570 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 …
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| Comments Off | 5,973 views | 6 June 2011
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 …
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| Comments Off | 5,352 views | 25 May 2011
Hector - Wesley So

Hector – Wesley So

A victory for Wesley So to reach shared first at the Sigeman chess championship. Analysis by GM Henrik Danielsen.
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| Comments Off | 4,389 views | 14 June 2011
Nakamura - Nisipeanu

Nakamura – Nisipeanu

Nakamura won the chess encounter against Nisipeanu from round 2 of the Chess Grand Slam. Analysis of the game by GM Henrik Danielsen.
(1 votes, avg: 5.00/5)
| Comments Off | 4,297 views | 14 June 2011
Karjakin - Carlsen

Karjakin – Carlsen

Karjakin and Carlsen finished draw in a Caro Kann during the Bazna chess tournament. Analysis by GM Henrik Danielsen.
(4 votes, avg: 4.50/5)
| Comments Off | 4,242 views | 15 June 2011
Wesley So - Grandelius

Wesley So – Grandelius

The biggest Swedish chess talent Grandelius was victorious against Wesley So at Sigeman 2011. Analysis of the game by GM Henrik Danielsen.
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| Comments Off | 3,852 views | 14 June 2011
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