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I have two full repertoires with White (e4) and Black (e6/b6)!
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"Look for checks, captures and attacks" just boosted my tactics rating a healthy hundred points. Thanks for the clear advice.
https://coub.com/view/2feilw – Typical russian by Levy Rozman
Beautiful video. Very instructive.
Man, thx to your “
Check, capture, attack” sequence I’ve been able to pass 2000 on chess.com tactics . Your videos are great . Cheers
It looks like bad puzzle because you are too good already man 😀
The themes are suggested by users I believe. Hence the quality for some of them are a bit questionable.
16:50 can’t he move the rook on f8 to create an escape square
All the respect for you buddy
Very instructive , thank u
Wow, after an entire month there are only 13 comments on this great video!
I crossed 1600+ rating.. Your video is really instructuve
How smart is this guy!!!!!
Pausing and looking for the solution.. ah, brain hurty.
Solved all but 2..
your videos literally took me from a 1200 virgin to a 1750 chad in under two weeks. seriously grateful, you are an awesome teacher!!!!
I live in Bangalore, India.
Keep going dude! I am really improving on your videos and your way of teaching is great. Love you <3
I am at a 1438 now thanks to this series. Now have to watch this one more time and struggle to get past 1500
Damn Levi is spot on with these tutorials
At 15:00, after Qc3 and Re1, what is the follow up? Having trouble with this one.
Adverts every 2 mins
Amazing I love it
@ 12:21, why doesn't black play Rh7 after Qg7? Isn't that is a much stronger defense than Nxd5?
1:35 as a german, the pronounciation of "Zwischenzug" gets me all the time 😀
17:03 but if black moves rook he evades checkmate. idk weird they put this checkmate in
Love this series! Very clear, concise explanations on these solutions.
I got the 5:19 puzzle right but I can't improve my rating over 1400
Although doing puzzles is fun, since we look at them knowing that there is a winning sequence, does it really help our games much?
Helped me a lot, thanks!
When You said: "this is by the book" , from were do we get that book, If we want to learn some theory, If that's possible?! Thank You for all your explained moves…in every game!!!
Hey man I really have to say I think you are a fantastic coach- in the truest sense of the word. The way you described the puzzle beginning at 3:50 was very telling. I like how you take time to break down how we 'should think' about these different situations. Understanding how to think is a style I really associate with, so I have been very much enjoying your videos/twitch stream. Please keep it up
I really love this channel.. The explaination is very good and very instructive.
Pro tip, as soon as the puzzle changes, pause the video. Attempt to solve the puzzle. Then play the video
This is where I’ve been stuck very helpful levy!
I fighting my way though the 1400ish puzzles now. I've hit milestones before but these really seem to add another layer to the evaluations/thought process.
Levy: "this is a really hard puzzle"
Also levy sees the solution in 1 second
is it me or you just have a slight european accent?
That hair is like Cosmo Kramer
mate my chess is genuinely starting to get better now thanks a lot
Puzzl Rating: 1968 – "not a difficult puzzle" :p
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"You have to promote to the right pieces, bishop obviously"
These older videos are great
I got the last two wrong but all of the others I have got right so far and I have been watching since the first video. It looks tricky from here on out however.
Can somebody explain why Re1 doesn't defend everything at 15:00?
17:17 1616 rating
I like when you pause it and think about it for minutes on end and can't find a solution – even when its for a rating lower than yours then Levy says 'that was an easy one'