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IM Castellanos: The ...Na6 King's Indian part 3 [32:43] 
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Wed Jul 28, 2010 7:59 am
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Post Re: IM Castellanos: The ...Na6 King's Indian part 3 [32:43]
Wow! That was a lot of fun and crazy lines to look at. I love this sort of play, all over the board and no-holds-barred. I like the improvements you suggested and I can't wait to get home and check this out on a board. I noticed your suggestion of ...Qxe4 right away (you summarized it at 25:40), though ...Qxd6 seems playable as well. I doubt if any of my opponents will play this deeply into this line, but your video gives me a better understanding of what is going on in these crazy positions.

Thank you very much for the hard work you put into these presentations.

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Post Re: IM Castellanos: The ...Na6 King's Indian part 3 [32:43]
I'm glad you like this stuff, it's interesting and that's exactly the attitude with black, over the board is no man's land and in the complex unbalanced positions both side should have chances, so it's a struggle. Yeah Qxd6.. seems OK but Qxe4 I think might be safer. Still after c5 h6 Bh4 exd4 beware of Nxd4.

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Post Re: IM Castellanos: The ...Na6 King's Indian part 3 [32:43]
NICE, there are going to be more?


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Post Re: IM Castellanos: The ...Na6 King's Indian part 3 [32:43]
There will be more, in time.
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Post Re: IM Castellanos: The ...Na6 King's Indian part 3 [32:43]
Chessvideos.tv needs a teacher that likes boring lines. :o
High quality series.


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Post Re: IM Castellanos: The ...Na6 King's Indian part 3 [32:43]
Zigg wrote:
Chessvideos.tv needs a teacher that likes boring lines. :o
High quality series.

But haven't you heard? The King's Indian IS boring! :lol:

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