Originally posted by AlexDingdude you need to get a quieter mouse mat! the wooden one that you are using at the
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Originally posted by AlexDingok, ill check it out, it wasn't so much the clicks from the mouse it was like a banging on something wooden when you were going through the variations, like the mouse was being lifted and put down on something wooden.
Hey guys. I have just finished recording my second installment on how to attack the castled king. I didn't have a script, but I polished my thoughts beforehand, and hopefully my words are slightly more concise and to the point. I also tried to make the mouse clicking sounds a lot softer.
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Originally posted by tomtom2323.g3 then just ...Qg6 or ...Nf4 if you're scared of 4.Bf2.
Since you're going to be analyzing the games in The Art of Attack in Chess I have a question I would pose to you and anybody else reading this.
In this position from the game Vygodchikov vs Alekhine (corr. 1908)
[fen]Nbbq1r1k/1p4pp/p1p5/2Pp4/3P1p1n/1BQ5/PP2RPPP/R1B3K1 b - - 0 1[/fen]
black to move.
I wonder why Alekhine doesn't play ...Q .Qc2 is the only defense but that looks like it leads to a very exposed position for black.