Masterclasses by Ivanchuk, Kamsky and Le Quang Liem

7/24/2012 – During the ACP Golden Classic, players and fans were able to enjoy live lectures by Vassily Ivanchuk, Gata Kamsky, and Le Quang Liem. This in itself is far from unusual, but what makes this special is that the organizers not only filmed each and every one of these lectures, but they shared them with the public. Don't miss out on these exceptional videos of exceptional chess.

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Masterclasses by Ivanchuk, Kamsky and Le Quang Liem

As if all that competitive chess goodness was not enough, players and fans were able to enjoy masterclasses or lectures, given by Vassily Ivanchuk, Gata Kamsky, and Le Quang Liem. This in itself is far from unusual, as it provides a chance to see a top player analyzing up close a moment of his choosing with ample introspection.

What makes this special is that the organizers not only filmed each and every one of these lectures, ranging from 35 minutes to one hour and ten minutes, but they shared them with the public.

Don't miss out on these exceptional videos of exceptional chess.

Lecture by Vassily Ivanchuk (35 minutes)


Ivanchuk starts by analyzing a game he played when he was 'very young' and another against Dreev

Lecture by Gata Kamsky (43 minutes)


Gata Kamsky analyzes a crucial game against Anatoly Karpov, the 13th of their 1996 match, influenced by the
adjournment, including his views on the Queen's Indian opening.

Lecture by Liem Le Quang (1h10)


Liem Le Quang analyzes his key win over Ian Nepomniachtchi in the final round of the Aeroflot Open in 2010.


Links

The games are being broadcast live on the official web site and on the chess server Playchess.com. If you are not a member you can download a free Playchess client there and get immediate access. You can also use ChessBase 11 or any of our Fritz compatible chess programs.

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