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Grand Chess Tour – London Chess Classic 2015: Round 1

December 19, 2015 - Chess

The London Chess Classic brings together the world’s best players between December 4 and 13, 2015. Join GMs Yasser Seirawan, Maurice Ashley, Alejandro Ramirez, and WGM Jennifer Shahade for the move-by-move analysis. This is the third and final leg of the Grand Chess Tour.

2015.12.04
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28 thoughts on “Grand Chess Tour – London Chess Classic 2015: Round 1

peybak

What happened to round 7 coverages? Looks like it was deleted for some reason.

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Matthew Dearle

That woman was drunk/on drugs.

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essa osman

GM Yasser was dissing Nimzowitsch and he wrote the introduction of the My System by Aron Nimzowitsch … i dont understand it really

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Danny Zane

4:24:18 — Giri's brilliance at the board.

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futurefox128

2:47:04: Cheque, mate? Hilarious stuff. :D

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MusikPiratCH

Malcom Pein was right and wong. This London Chess Classic Is the strongest (as rating-avarage concerns) ever held. But it's NOT the strongest tournament ever held in London: the Candidates tournament in 2013 was slightly stronger (ok it was double round robin with only 8 players)! :D

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David Murillo Ramos

absolutely amazing, so gratefull that you guys make the effort to bring us this wonderfull tournaments! Love Maurice and Yasser as well as Alejandro!

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Tharinda Nimnajith

Can anyone tell me why Alejandro is pronounced like "Alehandro"??

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Michael Munoz

Jen has a beautiful voice. You don`t have to try so hard to change it.

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Jacob Tarallo

Alejandro! Yess!!

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Indrajit Mukherjee

highly prepared

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agus jaya

Thanks a lot. I like this video and the other videos of yours.

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Αρης Φετζιαν

well thanks a lot i wish i will have the chance to try it

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Atsushi Murasakibara

you give us lesson in what to do to win so thank you very much i wish you could make more videos about these things :)

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Thank you Gunjan you videos are very creative and well explained it also improved my rating Thanks 🙂
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Oluwole Ifakunle

this is an amaziing chess video and i am very interested in seeing more of these wonderful moves.  thank you and i hope to see more from you

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Dhruv Tahil

At 13:55 What if Black plays Qc7? Are There any traps in that line??

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Seamab kamran

nice work

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dexter mutia

thanks for this tricks

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Rodgem Jubinal

Is that really dirty?

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Артур Зотов

америкосы

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Anubhav Kumar

bishop can go to g4

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Harold Clements

Love your work! You have a gift for explaining what to do and why. You also seem to find the piece or combination that you need to move. This is my problem…. I don't see these possibilities. I see the obvious pin or Knight fork but not the subtle move that forces my opponent to move his piece to the necessary position. Sometimes I am so locked into an offense that I neglect to look for other weaknesses. So my question is: After your opponent moves, what do you look for?

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young uchiha

I think this is a game by GM Alekhine. . Anyways kudos to Sir GJ. Nice videos as always. :)

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Mukesh Singh

superb! thanks for sharing :)

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Luis Llontop Barahona

What if black's third move is Nf6?

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Michaele L (DrCrisAngel)

What an excellent video!! Very informative and enjoyable! Thank you very much. I'm a novice so I did have to pause several times to allow what was being taught to sink in. But this was extremely helpful! Thank you!

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rakib prince

Computer or chess engine recommend that move Nb6 (10.37sec) ? hmm.. that's right, only fritz 5 may suggest that move, as well as some old chess engines, but modern chess engines never suggest anything like that.

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