Endgames Then & Now: All the Same | Romantic Chess – GM Elshan Moradiabadi

Grandmaster Elshan Moradiabadi demonstrates how endgames have hardly changed since the beginning of the game. Explore pawn races and other common themes.

2019.04.25
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4 Comments

  1. This is actually not at all well presented. Many times saying King instead of Knight and vice versa. He hasn't got a clue!. And white was to move, then suddenly black. And not explaining any rationale for the game play. This was really bad. REALLY BAD! And I'm telling you as a viewer here, so that you can correct that, or else you'll lose viewers like me and probably many others. If you don't have the media personalities required, then don't even try. It doesn't work. Turns people off.

  2. "Grandmaster Elshan Moradiabadi demonstrates how endgames have hardly changed since the beginning of the game."
    = White moves two times in a row ๐Ÿ˜€ – that's one way to win the endgame.

  3. I spent 8min thinking about wrong position because of your mistake. And you didn't say sorry.
    You're sick.

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