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The French Defense: Tarrasch Variation | Chess Openings Explained

Nick Risko teaches the Tarrasch Variation of the French Defense. After 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5, White plays the odd-looking Nd2!

C03 French, Tarrasch
C03 French, Tarrasch, Guimard variation
C07 French, Tarrasch, open variation
C05 French, Tarrasch, Botvinnik variation
C06 French, Tarrasch, closed variation, main line

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Chess Puzzles that Computers Can't Solve! | Tactics Time!

Nick Risko proposes compositions that chess engines cannot solve. The positions may be impractical or impossible, but the "tree" of potential moves is just too much for engines to solve. However, human players can solve them! See the puzzle that Mikhail Tap famously solved in his head after a walk.

Puzzles by
Sir Roger Penrose
Frederic Friedel
Surya Ganguly

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