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Paul Morphy Plays the Evans Gambit | Tactics Time!

Jonathan Schrantz challenges you to find the best move. Find a mate or win material with pins, forks, skewers, and more. If you find a good move, see if you can find an even better one.

2016.11.06

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Strategy Across the Board: Chess and Schools

Jonathan Schrantz substitutes this class where Club members' games are analyzed from the "Wednesday Knights" tournaments. See an upset and a game from Dennis LaRue.

2017.02.02 Daniel J Coryea vs. Andrew John Stevens, 2017: D05 Queen's pawn game, Rubinstein (Colle-Zukertort) variation Kevin Y Li vs. Dennis La Rue, 2017: B33 Sicilian, Pelikan (Lasker/Sveshnikov) variation

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Important Endgames that People Mess Up | Endgame Exclam!! - IM Eric Rosen

Jonathan Schrantz looks at two games of the legendary Polish grandmaster Akiba Rubinstein. "Rubinstein's Immortal" game is included.

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Rosen's Awesome Miniatures | Games to Know by Heart - IM Eric Rosen

Grandmaster Denes Boros shows the kids positions where a windmill attack can occur. Windmill attacks are performed by bishops and rooks and are a series of discovered checks and captures.

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Tactical Challenge #19 with Jonathan Schrantz

Jonathan Schrantz closes the book on the Semi-Slav Defense series with the Anti-Moscow Variation. See demonstrations taken from real, strong games.

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9 Year-Old Eric Rosen vs. The Scary Old Guys | Kids' Class - IM Eric Rosen

Dennis LaRue walks viewers through a non-Romantic game from the Romantic era: E. Williams-Staunton. This was part of their match to determine the third place of the first international chess tournament.

2017.02.07 Elijah Williams vs Howard Staunton, London (1851): B21 Sicilian, Grand Prix attack http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1001434

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Rubinstein vs. Mieses 1905: Pins and Discovered Attacks! | Tactics Time!

Jonathan Schrantz challenges you to find the best move. Find a mate or win material with pins, forks, skewers, and more. If you find a good move, see if you can find an even better one.

2016.11.06

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Local Endgames, Castling, & Tactics | Two Wrongs Make a Knight - GM Denes Boros

Grandmaster Denes Boros looks at four Vladimir Kramnik games that turned into endgame mastery for the Russian former world champion.

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Lecture of the Week: Develop a Middlegame Plan

FIDE Master Aviv Friedman presents middlegame positions and demonstrates the importance of formulating a plan, rather than just looking for "the move."

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Lecture of the Week: CCSCSL Millionaire Open Satellite Recap

The Millionare Chess Open kicks off in Las Vegas today, featuring the largest prize fund in chess history! The CCSCSL held an exciting satellite tournament back in August, where the winner earned free $1,000-entry into the Millionaire -- as well as $500 cash! 

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