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  • 4 tygodni temu


    All interested qualified Pirc players are invited to...

  • 6 miesięcy temu


    @Deathbycross that would have to be one magical queen to move from d1 to e5 in one move.

  • 8 miesięcy temu


    Analysis provided by GM Molner;  however, I've compiled Molner's analysis within GM Dzindzi's analysis to provide a more holistic picture. Unfortunately, the instructor-notes/comments were scrubed by the system (chess.com).
  • 9 miesięcy temu


    looks good

  • 11 miesięcy temu


    At 18.49 ...Nxe4 then Nxe4 then Rxe4 and black got rid of e4 pawn.

    However, ....Nxe4 then Bxg7 the Kxg7 then Qe5+ and black looses a piece after, let's say Kg8 then Kxe4 and the rook can not take back.

    Sorry for not including the move numbers but I lost track.

    Seems that analysis is not right

  • 15 miesięcy temu


    Although I never play the Pirc I thought I'd watch it anyway because I believe to continue for me to grow as a chess player, I should view material to which I'm not familiar and see if I spot any new ideas or strategies that appeal to me, great job on the lesson!

  • 16 miesięcy temu


    Molner, thanks for the video, but , why do you say that white should take the d4 knight after 10 .., Nd4 ? How about not taking it?

  • 16 miesięcy temu


    Excellent insight into pirc

  • 16 miesięcy temu


    Thank you Mac for your lectures on the Perk I really learned some new ideas.  Pirc, Perk, Peerz whatever. 

  • 16 miesięcy temu


    Thanks Mac! Simple and clear explanations. You make the Pirc look easy my friend.

  • 16 miesięcy temu


    Dzindzi is always right!

  • 16 miesięcy temu


    Good lecture, but please correct the pronunciation of Pirc - it is "peerz" not "peerk" (it's the same for other slovenian players like Planinc :P )

  • 16 miesięcy temu


    Good job. Play a game with Dzindzi:)

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