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IM Renier C: Positional Play in the Slav [48:56] 
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Thu Jun 02, 2011 6:58 pm
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Post Re: IM Renier C: Positional Play in the Slav [48:56]
Le Quang Liem should be called either "Le Quang Liem", or "Liem" -- this is his given name.
Not so good are: "Le" (Western style) -- this is his family name, or "Le Quang" ("Quang is his middle
name and should be attached to the last one like that).
Never "Quang" nor "Quang Liem" -- those are just wrong.


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Post Re: IM Renier C: Positional Play in the Slav [48:56]
Notice taken, in the chess world there are many misunderstandings with the asian names, just reminded me the case where in Aeroflot some russian GMs complained that when they face vietnamese or chinese players it was impossible to prepare for them, their names in the databases are not always spelled correct, or if they are they couldnt tell what was last name and what was first and there were many players with same names and on and on, of course this is not that case but In Spain everyone calls him QuangLiem all together.


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Post Re: IM Renier C: Positional Play in the Slav [48:56]
Thanks Renier. A very fitting end to the game - using the unopposed light square bishop and the doubled kingside pawns to eventually give mate. This is why I'm so wary of letting white take the bishop in the Slav. I usually prefer some obscure lines with Ne4 and f6 in order to preserve the bishop and keep control of the centre, but I think in this variation it's not possible.


Mon Jun 06, 2011 8:33 am
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Post Re: IM Renier C: Positional Play in the Slav [48:56]
'Food for thought' kind of game for Slav players on both sides I think. Are you planning more videos on the Slav? I know the Slav can be a bit stolid but I for one would be very interested as I play both sides of it (4/4 against it in my local league this year - but I didn't get to play it as black!) In the video you mentioned a book by .... (I didn't quite catch the name) with good coverage of the 4.e3 line. If you could give a reference that would be helpful!

As ever grateful thanks for the videos which are consistently good.


Tue Jun 07, 2011 3:57 am
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Post Re: IM Renier C: Positional Play in the Slav [48:56]
Avrukh, the book is by Boris Avrukh, GM repertoire vol 1.

Renier


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Post Re: IM Renier C: Positional Play in the Slav [48:56]
Nice game, thank you.


Wed Jun 08, 2011 12:53 am
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Post Re: IM Renier C: Positional Play in the Slav [48:56]
Since White takes time to trade Nh4 to Bg6, did you consider Bg6 to h5 at 20:30?


Thu Jun 09, 2011 6:48 am
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Post Re: IM Renier C: Positional Play in the Slav [48:56]
Yes I thought about it, then concluded that white would simply go e4 followed by Be3,Be2 or Ng2 idea of Nf4, kind of like in the game I mention at 12:26.

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Post Re: IM Renier C: Positional Play in the Slav [48:56]
Indeed... Thank you for your time!


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Post Re: IM Renier C: Positional Play in the Slav [48:56]
Nice video Renier!

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