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Tue Mar 31, 2009 3:15 pm
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 Re: Josh Friedel(GM) - How to Not Lose a Won Game [33:36]
Josh, thanks for the video. Always appreciate getting a GM's insights on a game. I'm looking forward to future videos.

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 Re: Josh Friedel(GM) - How to Not Lose a Won Game [33:36]
Very instructive analysis and useful practical advice- thanks!

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 Re: Josh Friedel(GM) - How to Not Lose a Won Game [33:36]
I empathize with you on this one. I had one at the US Amateur against the highest seed that I should of won, but not knowing knight endings too well at the time, I was only able to draw. I know knight endings now :roll:

Nice fortress trick at the end. I spotted it right away and paused the video to jot things down in case you missed it, but good job - you nailed it!

I like your style of play and look forward to more when you have the time. I like when strong players annotate their own games, emotions and in-depth variations come out better than when covering another person's game.

Thanks Josh!

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Tue Mar 31, 2009 11:19 pm
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 Re: Josh Friedel(GM) - How to Not Lose a Won Game [33:36]
Thank you, Josh for taking the time to create this post..! Hope to see more videos from you..! :)


Wed Apr 01, 2009 7:11 am
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 Re: Josh Friedel(GM) - How to Not Lose a Won Game [33:36]
Josh thank's a lot for your post!!!!

Chess is torture!

Im very sorry u didnt win this game!

How to get mentally tougher could also be a name for this post. Chess i so hard and demand so much mental stamina. I really hope the best for you !! (since you r taking time for this!)


Wed Apr 01, 2009 10:00 am
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 Re: Josh Friedel(GM) - How to Not Lose a Won Game [33:36]
I really enjoyed this video. After Ra8, Kf2 I was kind of depressed that I didn't have the inclination to start moving the king.

But I recently had a game where I was winning but a number of moves were box ones and I had to fight my way to victory. So this video was very topical.


Wed Apr 01, 2009 10:27 am
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 Re: Josh Friedel(GM) - How to Not Lose a Won Game [33:36]
Very nice Game Josh. Appreciated the insight. You give a lot of sound advice. Your videos are certainly quality as compared to quantity. Keep em coming plz!

Jimmie Beatty


Fri Apr 03, 2009 11:50 pm
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 Re: Josh Friedel(GM) - How to Not Lose a Won Game [33:36]
Hi Josh,
I have a question which I'm not sure was quite addressed and that is, what do you attribute to you choosing the inferior plan? Did you just not take the time to calculate the Knight move or did you not find it because of time pressure or did you not see it at the time? I always find myself seeing the "best" move in some of my games, but then I second guess myself or start seeing ghosts and play an inferior move. So, just curious in the end what made you choose Ra8?


Mon Apr 27, 2009 3:25 pm
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 Re: Josh Friedel(GM) - How to Not Lose a Won Game [33:36]
I find your videos both entertaining and instructive. Thanks for posting.


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