Another Fianchettoed Bishop

Normally, the fianchetto bishop setup occurs in the openings like Sicilian Dragon, Queen’s Indian etc..In this video, I have mainly explained about the fianchettoed bishop on the queenside

  • Heitor Leal Farnese

    Thanks for this lesson, it was very good!

    • hans

      nice one Igor

  • Sahil Rohmehtra

    nice video sir… very good explanations… thank you 🙂

  • Anonymous

    Welcome back our teacher, and thanks very very much for this excellent lesson .

  • Frank124c

    good video easy to understand and addresses a situation not normally covered by other teachers

  • Jgalcedo

    thank you very much sir for your effort to share your knowledge about chess indeed it was very helpful and how i wish i could purchased your books but at present i can’t due to financial problems within my family, thanks anyway

  • Yabutoscar

    thanks a lot sir.its so nice.

  • Gabriel

    Claro que me gustaría adquirir su curso, lamentablemente está en idioma inglés. Si fuera en español creo no tendría inconveniente. Gracias de todos modos.

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  • Hossein

    Thank you, I’m waiting for your next valuable lessons..

  • Vickip09

    great stuff…thank you.

  • Paulos

    Thank u Igor for this useful video lesson. It is nice to hear from u again. We missed u :O) Take care and we wish u the best! All our positive energy is with u! Bye

  • Anu

    thank u sir 4 this valuable video.

  • Mahinda wimalaweera

    very use full and valuable sir

  • Christos Karagiannis1

    I am very happy to have your news again Igor !! Thanks a lot for this video lesson !

  • Riyaznlrchess

    Wellcome and thanks for this very useful lession video

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  • Jupp

    interesting and useful.

  • Rasool Ganbari

    thank you

  • nice video sir… very good explanations… thank you

  • Les

    Hello GM Smirnov, Thank you very much for this very valuable lesson. Since I play the Queens Indian def. w/black and the Nimzowitch/Larsen attack w/white it is very useful to know the methods of attack & defence in the Q-side fianchetto position. Thanks again.

  • Anonymous

    This reminds me of a game where I sacced an exchange to take advantage of my opponents queenside fianchetto. I made a video of that game:

  • Domz1951

    very nice thank you

  • Icada_ak

    thankz sir for the video

  • Alialkamale21

    thank u good video sir and a valuable lesson.

  • Mr Deer Hunter

    yeah yeah good lesson. only that i keep losing and im very frutrated

  • Riyaznlrchess

    Hi Sir Please let us know when the New Course available

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      The new course is currently under some works.I hope you can wait for it.If the process is good, then the quality will be good.So please be patient.

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  • Rudiatpong

    good lesson sir thank you so much

  • Rsid1947

    simply great teaching

  • herrous

    tank you so match teacher

  • Webmaster

    Here after this is my attacking style against fianchettoed bishop

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  • Misroditelimik

    thank you

  • Zakas1994

    Thanks igor youre a good man

  • Mrburnburn

    great experience.thanks to gm igor

  • oye! if b6 is not a good then why you post a video of e4 b6 opening

    • It’s not entirely bad, it depends on a situation. Based on the 2 lessons you mentioned you can see when it’s good and when not so good.

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