Category:Training / Middlegame The Gruenfeld Defence (1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5) enjoys a special star status in the family of Indian openings. It involves a daring, active concept: fighting for control of the centre with an early d7-d5 thrust supported only by pieces. The ensuing lines and positions promise more active play than most openings. Black has...
Category:Training / MiddlegameTraining / Middlegame / Strategy and planTraining / Middlegame / Pawn structures Studies prove: the more patterns you know, the better you play. On this DVD GM Adrian Mikhalchishin presents games of the World Champions of the past to explain typical patterns and strategic concepts of these games and to show how grandmasters...
Category:Training / MiddlegameTraining / Middlegame / Strategy and planTraining / Middlegame / Technique and calculationTraining / Middlegame / Defence Defending bad or worse positions is very important in the royal game, probably forming one of the most essential aspects of chess strategy altogether.
Category:Training / MiddlegameTraining / Middlegame / Strategy and planTraining / Middlegame / Positional play The positional exchange sacrifice is one of the most powerful and fascinating strategic weapons in chess. On this DVD Sergey Tiviakov explains why the positional exchange sacrifice is such a strong weapon and how to use it.
Category:Training / Opening This romantic and exciting opening is named after the Welsh Sea Captain William Davies Evans who tried it first. The Evans (which arises after 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4 Bc5 4.b4!?) is an attempt to destroy Black in gambit fashion straight out of the opening and giants of previous years such as Adolf Andersson and Paul Morphy...
The Nimzo-Indian Defence continues to be one of the most important chess openings, both at club level and with top players. In recent years it has undergone a number of significant changes and it’s high time for a thorough look at the current state of affairs.
Practical and cheap set: vinyl chess board + plastic chess pieces nr 4. Recommended for schools and clubs, where he conducted training for children and adolescents. Field dimensions: 42X42mm King Height: 77mm Weight: 0.45 kg
DGT2010, the official chess clock of the World Chess Federation FIDE. The DGT2010 was introduced in 2007 and received the status of "Official FIDE Chess Clock" in June 2008 after tests by four top-level arbiters concluded that the clock is in full accordance with all FIDE rules and regulations.
Inlaid wooden chessboard made of exotic wood - Padoku, from the bottom glued anti-slip pads. Border chessboard - brown Dimensions of the board: 48x48x1,2cm Field dimensions: 5 x 5 cm Checkerboard sized chess pieces to fit Staunton No. 5 (available in bag or cartridge) Staunton No. 5 LUX (available in cassette) Weight: 2.2 kg
It is not difficult to understand why the London System is such a popular chess opening with club players all over the world. Against virtually every Black defence after 1.d4 it offers White an easy-to-learn and reliable set of lines with interesting choices between strategic or more aggressive approaches, while avoiding tons of opening theory.
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