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Top 10 Favorites:
1. Mini Repertory against King's India: Vladimir Kramnik comments on his shock blow (with 6.b3) against Daniele Vocaturo
2. A big point in favor of US: Olympic champion Wesley So analyzes his victory over Ian Nepomniachtchi.
3. The trends in the Benko Gambit: why do black people often delay catching in a6? How should White respond? GM Stohl keeps us up to date.
4. "Play-by-Play": together with Simon Williams we'll find out how young Dutchman Benjamin Bok won the star Nakamura (with interactive video)
5. "Premature surrender": analysis of the game Amonatov vs. Hansen in charge of Oliver Reeh
6. Gold medal in the first board and 8 points in 10 games: Daniel King shows one of the brilliant games of Baadur Jobava in the Baku Olympiad (video).
7. Lady's positional sacrifice: strategy expert Mihail Marin reveals why the sacrifice of the strongest piece can sometimes be a practical solution.
8. The king's march: David Navara has discovered another fantastic march with the king, this time from g1 to h7. And won.
9. The Slav with 4.g3: GM Vidit Santosh Gujrathi explains why great players like Gelfand and Grischuk practice that variant that is not the main one (Video).
Hypermodern maneuver: Pavel Eljanov teaches us how to optimize the play of pieces today with the example Eljanov - Shirov
Recomendaciones para su repertorio de aperturas
Postny: English A33 (recommendation for Black)
Iotov: Alekhine Defence B02 (of interest for White and Black)
Krasenkow: Modern Defence B06 (recommendation for Black)
Szabo: Sicilian Defence B76 (recommendation for White)
Neven: French Defence C11 (recommendation for Black)
Kosintseva: French Defence C17 (recommendation for White)
Papp: French Defence C18 (recommendation for White)
Sumets: Slav Defence D16 (recommendation for Black)
Ris: Queen’s Gambit Accepted D27 (recommendation for White)
Marin: Slav Schlechter Variation D94 (recommendation for Black)
Kuzmin: King's Indian Fianchetto E62 (recommendation for Black)
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