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Dennis M.: Quick Ruy, Part 4 (Jaenisch conclusion) [57:21] 
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 Dennis M.: Quick Ruy, Part 4 (Jaenisch conclusion) [57:21]


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Thu May 12, 2011 1:10 pm
Pawn

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 Re: Dennis M.: Quick Ruy, Part 4 (Jaenisch conclusion) [57:2
Waiting for the next one......


Thu May 19, 2011 2:48 pm
Pawn

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 Re: Dennis M.: Quick Ruy, Part 4 (Jaenisch conclusion) [57:2
These videos are great, from a new players perspective... loved the "superfast" Najdorf and i love this too...


Thu Jun 09, 2011 12:20 pm
Pawn

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 Re: Dennis M.: Quick Ruy, Part 4 (Jaenisch conclusion) [57:2
I have just started playing chess again a couple of years ago after a very long break and am just now starting to play the open games. I was interested in the Schlieman when I noticed that MCO gives equality in almost all lines so your series has been very helpful. I thought of abandoning it after reading the following in Aagard's "Excel at Chess", "At the age of twenty I spent much of the year studying this line (the Schlieman), concluding that it is completely useless and that White is close to winning (on move 4!) if he knows what to do." But he gives no concrete analysis. This series however seems to show that Black has equality and it's so unusual that I think it's worth the risk, particularly against weaker players or in blitz.


Sat Sep 24, 2011 10:50 am
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