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Dennis M.: Quick Ruy XIII: Nc3, d4, Riga [43:24] 
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Sun Oct 23, 2011 10:49 pm
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Post Re: Dennis M.: Quick Ruy XIII: Nc3, d4, Riga [43:24]
wow, this series is truly something... anyone serious player looking to pickup the ruy would be greatly aided by watching these vids while they eat their breakfast/ lunch etc.... unfortunately I am a devoted Petroff player... after 10 years of play... it has served me well vs lower rated opposition... though I've had difficulty vs stronger opposition getting good positions. perhaps the ruy will be part of my repertoire oneday and then I will certainly sit down and watch this series from beginning to end again. I think the drawback of theoretical vids is that they tend to be of most interest to only those who are actively employing that opening in their repertoire... it's hard to get people to change their repertoires.


Sat Oct 29, 2011 9:47 am
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Post Re: Dennis M.: Quick Ruy XIII: Nc3, d4, Riga [43:24]
This series is phenomenal! I knew the Ruy was something I had to study eventually, and never had the guidance to do so. Since you began this series a year ago, it gave me all the right tools to be able to get going on this immense project. These videos have translated in an ability for me to get through books on the Ruy with a lot more ease since I understand the thematic nature of the positions you have discussed. Currently, the Ruy is almost all I have been playing this last year from the white side of the board. I cannot wait for your analysis on the real important mainline variations that are coming up in future videos, now that we've taken care of SO many deviations this past year! This has been truly helpful Dennis, thank you much for all the great analysis and time you put in!


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