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  • 23 hónap ezelőtt

    pumpupthevolume247

    Great game, great analysis! I really enjoy these rook endgames Cool

  • 23 hónap ezelőtt

    NimzoRoy

    @coloreater in my experience probably 90% at least are not available to free members. I'm including the ones in which you get to see 5 min or so of a much longer video (obviously to whet your appetite to become a premium member). Just try accessing whatever videos interest you and see what happens - you can see listings of all the available videos.

  • 23 hónap ezelőtt

    DomFr

    How many of these videos are limited for free users?  I've been encountering a lot of them lately.  

  • 23 hónap ezelőtt

    darioalivodic

     this is been very very nice game 

  • 23 hónap ezelőtt

    GM dbojkov

    Rubinstein was having mental problems indeed, and the last years of his life spent away from chess for the same reason. However, the reason why he was leaving the room and not standing behind the board all the time during the day was that he did not want to disturb his opponent. He considered that this is the right thing to do and was an example of a chess gentleman.

  • 23 hónap ezelőtt

    Zetes

    I once heard Rubinstein had all sorts of mental health problems having to leave the room while his opponents were moving, is this true. Love this video nice choices of where to pause and nice simple but not simplistic explanations of the techniques. More please. Sure as hell beats watching philosophers gibber on you tube.

     

    Saw the post grandmaster. I have mental health problems and find chess has been a way to survive them in my glory days long ago chess was a way to survive a hostile world and a tormented mind. How much of a gentleman can one really be in this dog eat dog game when the comment appeared on Rubi leaving so as not to disturb his opponents I first thought but then how well could he use his opponents time of course he can evaluate well away from the board. But how can he out psyche his opponent with hard stares etc, sniggers and the like. Perhaps being a gentleman counts for more than a few game won through dastardly means. I remember in tourneys leaving the board if my opponent was taking a long time to move so as to encourage him to take longer, and not telling him if he hadn't pressed his clock and making it appear that mine was runnning by looking like I was thinking hard.

    Perhaps I have to repent and if I ever return to tourney halls will endeavour to be an example of gentlemanly conduct.

  • 23 hónap ezelőtt

    NimzoRoy

    Great game great video! Coincidentally I created a blog on the R+P ending here sometime ago http://blog.chess.com/NimzoRoy/famous-rp-endings which may be useful to help learn the winning technique here since it provides the game score and analysis in writing

    More coincidentally Rubinstein beat Capablanca 2 yrs later with 17.Qf1!! after beating Lasker here with 18.Qf1!!

    Here's a great book on the great Polish GM

    http://www.amazon.com/Rubinsteins-Chess-Masterpieces-Selected-Games/dp/0486206173/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1348815531&sr=1-1-catcorr&keywords=rubinstein+best+games+of+chess

  • 23 hónap ezelőtt

    GM dbojkov

    Not only Dr Lasker was imressed :)

  • 23 hónap ezelőtt

    SunburstStrat

    Excellent.

  • 23 hónap ezelőtt

    JohnSutcliffe

    I love it how you say "kinky" whenever the king moves.

  • 23 hónap ezelőtt

    JohnSutcliffe

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    hyperniko

    great game!

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