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Roman's Lab Vol 65: The Difference Between Sound and Unsound Ways To Play Sharp Openings (over 1h)

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Roman's Lab Vol 65: The Difference Between Sound and Unsound Ways To Play Sharp Openings (over 1h)
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The Difference Between Sound and Unsound Ways To Play Sharp Openings

On this DVD Roman will take you through several sharp openings demonstrating what happens when you violate the Principles of Chess, specifically no activity before development. He also goes over the criteria needed before playing sharp continuations, gambits and sacrifices.

Roman will help you understand the difference between what is considered sound sharp playable openings and sharp openings to avoid.

Even strong players will ignore the principles of chess and get punished for it. Roman demonstrates his point using examples from opening lines in Morra Gambit, Alekhine defense, Philidor, Queens Gambit declined, Petroff, Caro-Kann, English, Pirc, French, Latvian and Center Counter.

GrandMaster Roman Dzindzichashvili
•Former two time U.S. Champion & Russian Champion
•World Open Winner, Writer & Teacher
•Former Chess Coach & Trainer for World Champions Gary Kasparov & Anatoly Karpov
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The Difference Between Sound and Unsound Ways To Play Sharp Openings On this DVD Roman will take you through several sharp openings demonstrating what happens when you violate the Principles of Chess, specifically no activity before development. He also goes over the criteria needed before playing sharp continuations, gambits and sacrifices. Roman will help you understand the difference between what is considered sound sharp playable openings and sharp openings to avoid. Even strong players will ignore the principles of chess and get punished for it. Roman demonstrates his point using examples from opening lines in Morra Gambit, Alekhine defense, Philidor, Queens Gambit declined, Petroff, Caro-Kann, English, Pirc, French, Latvian and Center Counter. GrandMaster Roman Dzindzichashvili •Former two time U.S. Champion & Russian Champion •World Open Winner, Writer & Teacher •Former Chess Coach & Trainer for World Champions Gary Kasparov & Anatoly Karpov
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