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Adrian Mikhalchishin shows a game by Ivan Bukavshin who died at a very young age. The young Russian had a simple opening repertoire, but as the successful trainer explains in the video he developed a lot of original ideas in almost all variations.
Our author Nicholas Pert defeated David Howell in the 2015 British Championship, when the opening up for discussion was the Double Fianchetto for Black. In the video we learn a lot that is worth knowing about this opening which has recently become very popular.
When in 1976 Anatoly Karpov won all the four tournaments in which he took part, he lost only one single game, but it has become very famous: Geller-Karpov, USSR-ch Moscow 1976. Robert Ris demonstrates in his analyses why that is the case.