Worlds Apart – IM David Vigorito

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IM David Vigorito analyzes the decisions in games of two masters. One master a world class GM and the other an IM and illustrates how a difference of two hundred points in ranking becomes exponential in terms of game play.

Content: 52 minutes of instruction and analysis in a series of 2 lectures. PGN Included.

Recommended for: Beginning Players.

Users rated this series: 4.50 out of 5

Chess Fans have said: Quite an interesting topic and delivered in your usual flawless manner! The difference in rating points may not be a linear effect – but more like exponential. We have all been at one time or another the ‘mouse’ in a cat’s game. Only Ivanchuk is more like a lion! Thanks David!

IM David Vigorito was the 2007 Massachusetts Champion, as well as the state champion of New Hampshire and Nevada. He was the Champion of the Boylston (Boston) Chess Club, with a USCF rating of 2479. David played in the 2006 U.S. Championship after finishing in a tie for 3rd place at the U.S. Open in Phoenix. He is a successful chess author – his Challenging the Nimzo-Indian was very well received by critics and players alike, and his second book, Play the Semi-Slav, was eagerly anticipated. David is an active chess coach for students at all ages and levels.

OUTLINE

The Difference Between 2550 and 2750
Ruy Lopez: Morphy Defense, Mackenzie Variation
Michele Godena vs. Vassily Ivanchuk
Run Time: 00:25:13

The Difference Between a World Class GM and an IM
Run Time: 00:27:08

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Weight 0.5 lbs
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 1 in
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52 minutes

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