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  • vor 5 Monate

    abuile

    Great video. 

  • vor 13 Monate

    Sashko97

    merci mnogo!

  • vor 2 Jahre

    pumpupthevolume247

    Instructive as always Cool

  • vor 2 Jahre

    gmkevin2009

    thanks Cool

  • vor 3 Jahre

    Kebay

    At ~9:50 after Qa5 Rxb7+ Ka8 Rb5+ White should not grab the Queen, but rather go .. Kb7 Qxc5+ Qb6 Qxb6#. Or do I miss anything there?

  • vor 3 Jahre

    4fter

    Very interesting lesson, I'll have to go premium to get the full video...

  • vor 3 Jahre

    Sovendedronning

    Brilliant stuff!

  • vor 3 Jahre

    CRERULES

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  • vor 3 Jahre

    Black__Knight

    Thank you Coach Bojkov. 

  • vor 3 Jahre

    Bhoetrus

    Thank you

  • vor 3 Jahre

    upen2002

    @kz108  

    If @4:54 ...Re2 then there is Qxf4 1-0,

  • vor 3 Jahre

    john-warner

    Thanks for the helpful list of five things to look for!

  • vor 3 Jahre

    JohnSutcliffe

    This lesson also shows why you should almost never trade into opposite colored bishops if you have an extra pawn. If it's an endgame, the other side has drawing chances, and if it's not an endgame, your pawn might be irrelevant because attacking the king is what matters.

  • vor 3 Jahre

    EddieBarber

    brilliant examples and instruction .. thank you GM Bojkov ... EddieB

  • vor 3 Jahre

    dumbo_02

    at 4:54 Re2 wins 

  • vor 3 Jahre

    wickedjester14

    Very instructive! The video is also about how to be patient and consistent: I stop counting the checks white gives after a while lol

  • vor 3 Jahre

    upen2002

    thanks

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