I am on a path to improve my chess and as of now I have phased it out to
Tactics I can say with confidence I had good improvement in the last 8 months or so. About endgame, I kind of crammed the "100 endgames you must know" by Jesús de la Villa. but still, a lot to go to understand all the intricacies.
Now I am onto the thought that I should look into improving my positional play as well. Dealing with positions that have no direct threat and at the same time don't have any straightforward target is very difficult for me.
Not considering going through books of annotated games over board, because of time constraints I thought I will watch chess videos and maybe even watch the same video more than once to study them deeply.
So that's why I have this question: what are some of the most instructive positional games covered in Agadmator's YouTube channel that I should be studying?