Explores the Dutch Defence opening (ECO A94). This defence creates a very tactical and dynamic game for both sides of the board, and is definitely one of the more tactical and aggressive replies to the Queen’s pawn opening from white.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

♕ ► youtube.com | twitter.com ♕ PGN: onlinechesslessons.net ChessExplained opens with 1. Nf3 and ends up playing a Double-Fianchetto opening, avoiding immediate complications and taking the game into a smoother, positional route. Black spends time trying to generate counterplay on the queenside but is too slow, meanwhile ChessExplained completes a fluid development and initiates an attack in the center – leading to excellent piece-play. Black fails to sense the danger and snatches a pawn at a very bad time with 21. …Qxa3? – deserting the kingside which ChessExplained takes advantage of with a ferocious kingside attack – leading to black’s resignation on 29. Be6! Make sure to subscribe to ChessExplained: youtube.com ♕ facebook.com ♕ twitter.com Interface used ICC: www.chessclub.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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