The Weekly Show with Lawrence Trent

by Lawrence Trent
2/20/2018 – Tuesdays at 18:00 CET (5pm UK time, Noon EST) Lawrence Trent goes on air on Playchess.com. In his show, Lawrence will be dealing with the latest trends, games and combinations from elite chess tournaments. In honour of the upcoming Candidates tournament in Berlin, this week's show features a classic game from the 1953 Candidates tournament.

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A classic from Zurich 1953

Here's this week's position as an appetiser!

 

David just played 28.Bc3. Was this a good or bad idea?

This week Lawrence looks at Averbakh vs Kotov from the 1953 Candidates Tournament

Lawrence is live on Tuesdays at 18:00 CEST / 5 pm BST time / 12 Noon EDT

After each show the video is available along with all previous editions in the videos archive. To watch those you'll need a ChessBase Account. 


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Lawrence Trent's new 60 Minutes on the Fort Knox Variation:

The Fort Knox Variation in the French Defence

If you're one of those French Defence players who has been desperately searching for a reliable and easy-to-learn system against White's two main 3rd moves (3.Nd2 or 3.Nc3) then this is the 60 Minutes for you! The Fort Knox variation (3...dxe4 4.Nxe4 Bd7!

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Born in 1986, Lawrence Trent is an international master, who has represented England in numerous international youth championships (including a 7th place in the U18 WCh in 2003). The Londoner, who has a degree in Romance languages, already has a lot of experience as a trainer. Trent has recorded several DVDs for ChessBase.
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