GM Ben Finegold discusses the Scotch Opening, widely used at one time by World Champion Garry Kasparov and how the Scotch Opening is a good option to add to your repertoire as does not have as much opening theory as the Ruy López or the Italian Game; nor is it heavily played and can be of an advantage in your opening game.
REUPLOAD: This lecture was recorded on September 29th, 2021, at the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Atlanta (CCSCATL) in Roswell, Georgia. Originally posted on the CCSCATL Channel on October 4th, 2021.
2:15 Garry Kasparov – Etienne Bacrot, Sarajevo 2000
23:30 Alexander Morozevich – Yuri Balashov, St. Petersburg 1993
34:20 Sergey Karjakin – Vasily Malinin, Sudak 2002
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