GM Dzindzichashvili offers his analysis and insight on openings. Lectures cover aggressive play, tricks, traps and sound and unsound practices.
Content: Over 2 hours of instruction and analysis in a series of 5 lectures.
Recommended for: Intermediate to Advanced Players
Users rated this series: 4.38 out of 5
Chess Fans have said: Sound advice on when and when NOT to play opening traps. I like hearing about the positional ideas behind the openings. This is something that I don’t personally hear enough. Good lecture. There are pearls of wisdom sprinkled through this presentation which will indeed help to guide me in choosing which openings to add to my repertoire.
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili was born in Tbilisi, Georgian SSR Roman won the Junior Championship of the Soviet Union in 1962 and the University Championships in 1966 and 1968. In 1970, he earned the title of IM. He earned the GM title in 1977. In 1980, he won the Lone Pine tournament. He led the1984 U.S. Olympiad team. One of his best was first place at The 53rd Hastings Chess Festival in 1977 / 1978. He won the U.S. Chess Championship in 1983 , 1989. He was in the film Searching For Bobby Fischer. A well-known theoretician and a chess coach. Among his students are 3-time US Chess Champions.
Sound and Unsound Opening Traps; Part 1: The Sound
Run Time: 00:26:36
Sound and Unsound Opening Traps; Part 2: The Unsound
Run Time: 00:25:04
Aggressive Play in the Opening; Part 1
Run Time: 00:23:57
Aggressive Play in the Opening; Part 2
Run Time: 00:29:12
Secrets of Building an Opening Repertoire
Run Time: 00:21:25
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