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TV Concept: Rarely Discussed Topic in Chess
Hey Champions!

We have this topic in our Blog.
https://chessmood.com/blog/tv-concept-in-chess
If you have any questions, comments or you just liked it, feel free to share your thoughts here. 

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Richard Dickinson

Richard Dickinson 4 weeks ago

Ha ha!

TV concept as mentioned in the midweek webinar (2000-2200?) and which I queried. I thought it stood for Tactical Vision? It may do?! It can be annoying when people stand in front of the TV & block your vision (or do the same in the cinema or theatre..).

Anyway I am pleased to have found the blog post that explains this concept well! Mamy thanks!

Right Mood Right Move..best wishes COGRO!

Giorgos Kechagias

Giorgos Kechagias 4 weeks ago

Hi GM Avetik,

The TV concept has helped me to get the initiative in the centre  especially in fianchetto variations. But I have still one question. When I am playing The king's indian defence with the black pieces: 1. d4 Nf6  2. c4 g6  3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6  5. Bd3 or Bd2 or Nf3  0-0 6. ... Is it better to open up my monster bishop on g7 by playing Nh5 with more active game viewing to a queenside advancement or Ne8, leading to closed position which require a lot of maneuvering, preparing Kh8, Nd7 and f5 advancemt? Nh5 is a bit dangerous I think because one wrong step and the knight gets trapped, also you have a demolished kingside and you have nearly to pile up all your pieces on F and G files. Waiting for your answers.