Aggressive Chess In A Classical Game

Second round of the tournament and I got an interesting position as White. Can you come up with the same plan and moves I did during this sharp game? Let me know in the comments!


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  1. Brilliant moves were hard to come by a couple years ago until CC updated how they measure Brilliancies. Now a lot of great moves count as brilliancies if they are greater than the average great move. I don't know how they come up with them exactly but sadly many brilliancies are no longer brilliant. I think they did this to make their customers feel smarter than they really are.

  2. Only one brilliant move 😪however 95% is pretty damn good. You’re setting the benchmark really high for future videos. Love the defiant way you say you would play your moves over the computers moves. You’re the boss 👍👍👍

  3. el coach is on a streak of brilliant moves and also of daily lessons🙏

  4. In lichess my rapid elo is 1800+. My elo is between 1800-1850 for last 3/4 months.Can you tell me, What steps should i take to rich 2000?

  5. Eres un crack hermano, me encanta mucho los contenidos sobre la defensa Pirc (he mejorado mil!!!) y este video es otra joya añadida a lista. Gracias camarada !! 👌

  6. Superb Roberto! So much information to pick up! Your style is increadible!
    Keep it up!

  7. The best part of this game being that you played Bxh4 in an OTB tourney.
    There have been many times where I’ve wanted to play some bizzare brilliant moves but didn’t bcoz stakes are too high in OTB but I’ve regretted later.
    Gg coach!

    Also just 10k to go!🔥💪😎

  8. Hello coach, nowadays, I'm facing some rare variations in pirc and KID and I really need your thoughts on them, what is the best way to share them with you?

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