: Lectures Fall 1995
September 13, 1995
. My two most interesting games: Attacking the king in the center.
September 20, 1995.
Practical endings: The principle of two weaknesses.
September 27, 1995.
The principle of two weaknesses in middle game strategy: Playing against the isolated pawn. (Guest lecture by UMBC Chess Coach
October 4, 1995.
Attacking with an isolated pawn. (Guest lecture by
October 11, 1995
. Hanging pawns. (Guest lecture by
October 18, 1995. Highlights from the 1995 Kasparov-Anand Intel World Championship Match.
October 25, 1995
. My exciting draw from Holland: The power of active play.
November 1, 1995
. Fortress positions.
November 8, 1995
. Double isolated pawns. (Guest lecture by
November 15, 1995.
November 22, 1995. Thanksgiving eve--no class.
November 29, 1995
. Active Defense.
December 6, 1995
. Strategic ideas in the Carlsbad Pawn Structure.
December 13, 1995
Class meets in ECS 025 (note change in location). Games will begin promptly at 8:30pm EST. Spectators welcome.