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https://www.chess.com/live/game/4892103321

What a game against a player in the top 50 of the world, GM Alekseenko who was playing in the candidate tournament????

But there is a trick...
I just spent 20 seconds on this game... How can it be??
Well, it's not that I am so strong or so fast ????
Just all this was covered in our ChessMood Courses ????

Actually, I won it without doing anything myself. All were home preparation????

Source - https://chessmood.com/courses

P.S
Now you have a choice to learn from trustworthy sources, to learn directly from Grandmasters...
Or you can go to youtube and search "chess videos" ????
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Papa Tactics

Papa Tactics 1 week ago

Nice! Alekseenko is a Sicilian player too so its not like he was in foreign territory or playing something he doesn't know! (Although he clearly didn't know hehe)
GM_Avetik Grigoryan

GM_Avetik Grigoryan 1 week ago

Right! 
That's what I say, that 2.Nc3 is a super dangerous even against Grandmasters. 
Have you seen the 2nd game, when he resigned in 14 moves? :) 

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4892136364 

Papa Tactics

Papa Tactics 1 week ago

I missed that one.. Nice!!
Sriram M

Sriram M 1 week ago

Excellent Coach Avetik!
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ARNAV maheshwari

ARNAV maheshwari 1 week ago

oh so 2.nc3 is so dangerous even in top level i thought it is a side line and something would be there to equalize
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Giorgos Kechagias

Giorgos Kechagias 1 week ago

A good coaches teaches. A great coaches inspires! 

When you see a move, look for a better one! ~ Emmanuel Lasker

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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 1 week ago

woah. I think our future is super bright with Grandmaster Avetik sir. I am improving a lot.  First time ever I gained 2100 on lichess and all credit goes to him and second time in my life i got 2100 o chess.com all bec of him. I done nothing special.

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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 1 week ago

Congrats to GM @GM_Avetik Grigoryan sir for this wonderful victory. Kindly feature this game in courses so more people will see the power of your openings and feature the 14 move game on chessmood cover.

GM_Avetik Grigoryan

GM_Avetik Grigoryan 6 days ago

Hehe :)