Samuel “Sammy” Herman Reshevsky (born Szmul Rzeszewski November 26, 1911 to April 4, 1992) a chess prodigy that grew into a leading American Grandmaster.
Rshevsky was a strong contender for the World Chess Championship from the mid-1930s to the mid-1960s: he came equal third in the 1948 World Chess Championship tournament and equal second in the 1953 Candidates Tournament.
He was an eight-time winner of the U.S. Chess Championship. An outstanding match player throughout his career, Reshevsky excelled at positional play and could be a brilliant tactician when required.
He took a long time over his opening moves, and often found himself under time pressure – but this sometimes unsettled his opponent more than it did Reshevsky. Reshevsky was an accountant and a well-regarded chess writer. For those of you that are D4 players, Bill says studying Reshevsky is a must!
Content: 157 minutes of instruction and analysis in a series of 4 lectures. PGN Included.
Recommended for: Intermediate-Advanced Players.
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IM Bill Paschall currently resides in Budapest, Hungary. Bill was the 2013 New England Co-Champion, Boylston Chess Club Champion 2002, finished 1st at the Foxwoods Open 2002, two-time New England Open Champion, and has defeated more than 20 IGM’s in tournament play. Bill has extensive experience training both adults and children privately and in the schools.
Part I: Queen’s Indian Defense
Samuel Herman Reshevsky vs. Movsas Feigins
Run Time: 00:35:49
Part II: Gruenfeld Defense
Samuel Herman Reshevsky vs. Albert Sidney Pinkus
Run Time: 00:39:43
Part III: Neo – Gruenfeld Defense
Max Euwe vs. Samuel Herman Reshevsky
Run Time: 00:35:24
Part IV: Nimzo- Indian: Fischer Variation
Samuel Herman Reshevsky vs. Robert James Fischer
Run Time: 00:47:00
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