I was just thinking like Chessmood is doing so wonderful job for us but they can also add one more new thing in their stream. It's about thought process. We share our best games in Best Month Forums. That's good but I was also thinking that if we also share our thoughts with some texts and then send games in Best Games Forums then it will be easier for Judges to understand our weaknesses in thought process and they can make a webinar based on common mistakes by players.
Mistakes can be in :
Converting an advantage
Time trouble addicted
Strategic wrong or right trafes.
and there may be a lot more info. With this coaches can help all players to grow with 20x speed. Because 10x is already happening due to courses but for 20x even webinar like this can change a lot player's life!
Now Sethu's e4 courses has been released its creating a lot of headache just to see the short and sweet only don't you guys have any problem? if i know that my opponent has his courses then probably i have to be anthony miles (you understood probably) Specially against such mainlines like Taimanov how one can find such g4 move, against the najdorf i saw a queen sac i was not aware of from black side and against acc dragon the Na4 move and lots more. How you people gonna deal against these
Hi family, I have been looking at positions in the dragon and looking to get some feedback in this one:
r1bqr1k1/pp3pbp/2nppnp1/8/3NPP2/1BN1BQ2/PPP3PP/R3K2R b KQ - 1 11
Sorry it's an FEN, I am at work and can't upload a board or anything.
My notes say "Very sharp position. Next we will aim for Na5, b6 and Bb7 or Ba6. Our c8 bishop is a lot stronger on b7 now because the pawn is on f4 and not f3"
However, when I am playing it often I will play Na5, white plays 0-0 and then I capture on b3 and I can't ever get the b6/Bb7 plan to work, and it seems Bd7 is more natural to my eye. Does anyone have any experience with this or can offer any feedback?
HI COACH , TODAY IN THE NATIONALS JUNIORS ONLINE TMT I WAS FACED WITH THIS EARLY D4!? MOVE WHERE WHITE AFTER CAPTURING WITH QUEEN GOES BACK TO QD2 AND PLAYS B3 BB2 AS I HAVE ATTATCHED . THIS WAS PLAYED BY AN STRONG INDIAN IM AND WITHOUT KNOWING THE THEORY , I LANDED UP IN BIG TROUBLE AND LOST. I WAS THINKING THAT U KNOW THIS SIDE LINE TOO SHOULD BE RECORDED IN OUR COURSES AS IT HAS BEEN PLAYED BY CARUANA AND OTHER TOP GMS . I LATER WENT AND CHECKED THE THEORY IN THE DATABASE AND FOUND INTRESTING OPTIONS FOR BLACK BUT I DONT KNOW THE BEST OPTION.
Hi everyone! Just played a game which started:
1. e4 c5 2. Nc3 d6 3. f4 g6 4. Nf3 Bg7 5. Bc4 e6
Was wondering why the 5...e6 is inaccurate here? Does anyone know? Engines suggest you play a d4 rather than d3 in response, but again I can't see a clear reason why.
Grateful for any thoughts.
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I have experienced this line from White several times now. d4 Nf6 : c4 c5 : d5 b5 : b3
I thought I saw somewhere in the videos to play b4 not b/c4 . But after Bb2 if I play g6 the snapping off the knight on f6 is irritating structure wise. I seem to toil in this line --- where can I locate the preferred approach ? Thanks ------ Keven