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  • vor 15 Monate

    Black__Knight

    Very interesting game!

  • vor 17 Monate

    dezsoracz

    Thanks, very interesting

  • vor 2 Jahre

    ChessUniverse1

    you missed that on Nf7 you could move Bf6

  • vor 2 Jahre

    maxwell100

    What about 12..Bd8 instead of 12..Bf8 to leave f8 free for your ..Nf8-g6 manuver

  • vor 2 Jahre

    120kenneth

    nice but im not contented

  • vor 2 Jahre

    saisree

    Awesome video!

  • vor 2 Jahre

    OneMorePizza

    i was at the Golden State Open!!! :)

  • vor 2 Jahre

    marsiozo

    I like the Nb6 plan instead of Q on the B-file...

  • vor 2 Jahre

    DominicArmstrong

    Nice game, Melik! Very instructive, thanks for sharing!

  • vor 2 Jahre

    GM GMMelik

    I agree,Be7-d8 looks a bit dangerous.Originally black should try to hold position,at the right moment take on d4,and try to  create the game around e4 pawn.My mistake was in this game,simply miscalculation,but second part of the game,I think black played almost perfect.

  • vor 2 Jahre

    Bhoetrus

    Good stuff

  • vor 2 Jahre

    CheKnight

    Thanks GM Melik! 

  • vor 2 Jahre

    NM BrasilGM

    Very Good!

  • vor 2 Jahre

    Funtimes777

    @ NoRematch - The variation you suggested of . . .Be7-Bd8 to allow room for . . .Nd7-Nf8 and then . . .Nf8-Ng6 looks too dangerous for Black since by using the Karpovian Be7-Bf8 allows that Black Bishop to continue controlling the long diagonal of squares including key squares like d6 and even a3.  12. Bh4-Bg3 . . .Be7-Bd8 for example could quickly allow White to take the initiative with something like 13. Ra1-Ra3 . . .Nd7-Nf8 ? 14. d4xe5 ! . . .d6xe5 15. Bg3xBe5 ! . . .Qc7-Qb6 16. Ra3-Rb3 ! and so forth.  I think the . . .Be7-Bf8 is much stronger for the position at the time :)

  • vor 2 Jahre

    NM NoRematch

    How about 12..Bd8 instead of 12...Bf8 to leave f8 free for your ...Nf8-g6 maneuver?

  • vor 2 Jahre

    Funtimes777

    Excellent video :)

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