Sicilian Defence, Canal-Sokolsky Attack - Standard Chess #11




People Who Liked This Video Also Liked

Sicilian Defence, Canal-Sokolsky Attack - Standard chess #11
Sicilian Defence, Canal-Sokolsky Attack - Standard chess #11
Ultra-Aggressive Sicilian Dragon, Yugoslav Attack - Chess Openings Explained
Ultra-Aggressive Sicilian Dragon, Yugoslav Attack - Chess Openings Explained
LIVE Blitz Chess Commentary #240: Sicilian Defense - Canal-Sokolsky Attack
LIVE Blitz Chess Commentary #240: Sicilian Defense - Canal-Sokolsky Attack
Sicilian Defence, Delayed Alapin Variation - Standard chess #8
Sicilian Defence, Delayed Alapin Variation - Standard chess #8
Sicilian Defence, Najdorf w/ 6. f3 - Standard chess #14
Sicilian Defence, Najdorf w/ 6. f3 - Standard chess #14

Did this video help you?

TranscendentalTunes: 14:49 - I was considering 11.....Nb4 (gives support to d5), if 12.Na3 (covering c2) then 12.....Qa5 and White's queenside has some pressure on it. Of course White could play 12. Qc3, adding pressure to g7, Nb4 isn't so good after all.

I often wonder about moves that aren't analyzed - I imagine stronger players are better at dismissing weaker moves quickly.

TranscendentalTunes: "Wooooooooooooah, livin' on the increment!" - Bon Jerry

eastweymouthchris: Unreal time management skill, game after game.

Arno Lowi: fantastic to watch. I realise this is from 2015, but do you often post your play by play games from lichess? I found this very instructive, to hear your thinking process.

ThoseWhoStayUofM: @ 2:35 What does it meant to "be delicate with my light squares"?

ThoseWhoStayUofM: Extremely highly instructive video:

Could you, please, place a disclaimer that people who watch this video should fully understand the movements of the pieces, knows the concepts that you should defend your minor pieces, control squares at the center of the board, and position pieces like bishops and rooks such that they can move along open files? This video assumes that you know "development" really boils down to getting your knights and bishops into squares that grant them the most mobility while having rooks that can defend one another.

What I'm saying is that it would be amazing if you could discover what elements of "good" chess need to be understood by the observer in order to begin instructing that observer as to recognize correct moves based on the position of your opponent.

Sammy Jenkis: on 26:23 I like Kxe5 is that bad?

Guy Paterson-Jones: These videos are an amazing resource for a beginning chess player like myself. Learning how to think during the opening is helping my play immensely ^_^

Ninnifier O.o: Very well played. I'm a bit surprised you missed c5 at 26:00

Robert Pettersson: Just wanted to say thanks for providing these excellent 15 minutes videos. They are really helpful and instructional. Have picked up lots of things I didn't consider before. Usually you don't learn much from watching videos but these are really good. Fun to watch as well.

Da-chan: Instead of 9-pawn to b3 , you should've played bishop to f4 , he would've ( it's too tempting and he's not a high rated player ) played 9- pawn to e5 , then you capture his pawn with your knight on f3 , and when he recaptures with his pawn , you capture with your bishop and his queen got to move, wherever his queen goes , you grab g7 pawn with your bishop and his rook is falling no matter what . Hope you saw that .
Even if he plays something else , u develop another piece on a good square , maybe on the next move put your rook on e1 and push your e pawn , its just crushing in all scenarious

Rick Dynes: Jerry, thanks so much for all your great ideas and hard work!

kevlarunderwear22: Jerry, you have a gift for teaching chess. you do it right. by the way,  do you give lessons?

Aaron Chow: Love these new live games! I'm learning so much! Thank you Jerry!

Szabó Miklós: How you do this green circles while you playing ?

Josh Landgraf: Jerry you should try taking on an NM or IM, these games are good and instructive but I feel like you would get more challenging positions if you played players that you KNOW are going to be the same strength as yourself. I feel like it would also be interesting if you took on another youtuber like IM John Bartholomew, CM Kingscrusher or IM Chessexplained. Just keep on doing what you like with these games though, these standard games are the most instructive learning tools that are available for chess.

Ryan Taylor: Was there something wrong with 9. ... Be7? I know I should just put it in stockfish to find out, but blah.

I was reading 9 ... Be7 10. Qxg7?? Bf6

Milad Ibrahim: Please play these games on chess.com

Niyati Puri: could you try and use the kings gambit

Jose Cyriac: Thanks a lot for your videos Jerry :) , I have a question reg. this game, is it a bad idea to play e5 by black in the Sicilian ?, allowing a White Knight to jump into d5, is that a weakened pawn structure for black in the long term ?
Rating:
Sicilian Defence, Canal-Sokolsky Attack - Standard chess #11 5 out of 5

Featured Video

Video How to Guide

Latest Comments

Сергей Лысков: Привет.у меня тоже Дастер дизельный рестайлинг.фильтр топливный меняю весной и осенью.пробег 98000.
TranscendentalTunes: 14:49 - I was considering 11.....Nb4 (gives support to d5), if 12.Na3 (covering c2) then 12.....Qa5 and White's queenside has some pressure on it. Of course White could play 12. Qc3, adding pressure to g7, Nb4 isn't so good after all.
Артём Гирин: Такие же есть ,ремешок у меня разлетелся там где пряшка,заказал на Али другой ...,жду,а так норм за такие деньги ...,ой, это же почти 4 - ре года назад было ,а я сейчас разаряюсь пишу ...
Durchgeknallt: Richtig tolles Video :) :3
Max_ Pro: Снимите пожалуйста распаковка киндеров или челлендж
михаил гончар: А где в Украине покупал и сколько стоит.
Dmitry: Оператор... займись лучше копанием погребов, а?

Sicilian Defence, Canal-Sokolsky Attack - Standard chess #11