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Fundamentals of Chess Tactics (DVD)

What’s the easiest way to win a chess game? We all know finding a good tactic in a game can let you win a point immediately. Therefore, Fundamentals of Tactics is an excellent choice for you if you wish to learn how to start finding tactics in your games! Join me in learning about the most common tactical themes that appear in chess. I also provide extremely useful tips (which I use myself) for being the most efficient at finding tactics in your games.
Dodací doba cca: Skladem u dodavatele - do 7 dní
Výrobce: ChessBase
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790,00 Kč

This interactive DVD is aimed at improving both tactical insight and problemsolving abilities for beginners. With 15+ chapters, each explaining a different theme, I will introduce you to not only popular themes like pins, discovered attacks, and but even give you insight into more complicated themes like the Greek Gift, exchange sacrifice. To really test your knowledge on tactics, I recommend you to pause the video at times and try to solve the position for yourself. At the end of the DVD, I have prepared numerous exercises meant for you to solve without knowing the theme. I hope you enjoy!

• Video running time: more than 7 hours (English)
• With interactive training including video feedback
• Extra: Database with more examples

 

 

  1. Introduction
  2. Tips
  3. Tip 1
  4. Tip 2
  5. Tip 3
  6. Tip 4
  7. Tip 5
  8. En Prise
  9. En Prise 1
  10. En Prise 2
  11. En Prise 3
  12. En Prise 4
  13. En Prise 5
  14. En Prise 6
  15. En Prise 7
  16. Candidate moves
  17. Candidate moves introduction
  18. Candidate moves 2
  19. Candidate moves 3
  20. Candidate moves 4
  21. Candidate moves 5
  22. Candidate moves 6
  23. Candidate moves 7
  24. Candidate moves 8
  25. Candidate moves 8 part 2
  26. Intermediate moves
  27. Intermediate moves
  28. Fork
  29. Fork 1
  30. Fork 2
  31. Fork 3
  32. Fork 4
  33. Fork 5
  34. Fork 6
  35. Fork 6 part 2
  36. Fork 7
  37. Fork 8
  38. Fork 9
  39. Fork 10
  40. Fork 11
  41. Pin
  42. Pin 1
  43. Pin 2
  44. Pin 3
  45. Pin 4
  46. Pin 5
  47. Pin 6
  48. Pin 7
  49. Pin 8
  50. Pin 9
  51. Skewer
  52. Skewer 1
  53. Skewer 2
  54. Skewer 3
  55. Skewer 4
  56. Skewer 5
  57. Skewer 6
  58. X-ray
  59. X-ray 1
  60. X-ray 2
  61. X-ray 3
  62. X-ray 4
  63. Discovered attack
  64. Discovered attack 1
  65. Discovered attack 2
  66. Discovered attack 3
  67. Discovered attack 4
  68. Discovered attack 5
  69. Discovered attack 6
  70. Discovered attack 7
  71. Discovered attack 8
  72. Discovered attack 9
  73. Discovered attack 10
  74. Discovered attack 11
  75. Discovered attack 12
  76. Discovered attack 13
  77. Discovered attack 14
  78. Discovered check 1
  79. Discovered check 2
  80. Discovered check 3
  81. Discovered check 4
  82. Distraction
  83. Distraction 1
  84. Distraction 2
  85. Distraction 3
  86. Distraction 4
  87. Distraction 5
  88. Distraction 6
  89. Distraction 7
  90. Distraction 8
  91. Decoy
  92. Decoy 1
  93. Decoy 2
  94. Decoy 3
  95. Decoy 4
  96. Decoy 5
  97. Decoy 6
  98. Decoy 7
  99. Promotion
  100. Promotion 1
  101. Promotion 2
  102. Promotion 3
  103. Promotion 4
  104. Promotion 5
  105. Promotion 6
  106. Promotion 7
  107. Promotion 8
  108. Promotion 9
  109. Promotion 10
  110. Promotion 11
  111. Promotion 12
  112. Promotion 13
  113. Promotion 14
  114. Promotion 15
  115. Greek gift
  116. Greek gift 1
  117. Greek gift 2
  118. Greek gift 3
  119. Greek gift 3 part 2
  120. Greek gift 4
  121. Greek gift 5
  122. Exchange sacrifice
  123. Exchange sacrifice 1
  124. Exchange sacrifice 2
  125. Exchange sacrifice 3
  126. Exchange sacrifice 4
  127. Exchange sacrifice 5
  128. Exchange sacrifice 6
  129. Trapped pieces
  130. Trapped piece 1
  131. Trapped piece 2
  132. Trapped piece 3
  133. Trapped piece 4
  134. Trapped piece 5
  135. Trapped piece 6
  136. Trapped piece 7
  137. Trapped piece 8
  138. Back rank mate
  139. Back rank mate 1
  140. Back rank mate 2
  141. Back rank mate 3
  142. Back rank mate 4
  143. Back rank mate 5
  144. Back rank mate 6
  145. Back rank mate 7
  146. Back rank mate 8
  147. Back rank mate 9
  148. Back rank mate 10
  149. Checkmate
  150. Checkmate 1: Smothered mate / Philidor's mate
  151. Checkmate 2: Epaulette mate
  152. Checkmate 3: Arabian mate
  153. Checkmate 4: Damiano's mate
  154. Checkmate 5: Anastasia's mate
  155. Checkmate 6: Reti's mate
  156. Checkmate 7: Greco's mate
  157. Checkmate 8: Swallow's Tail mate / Gueridon’s mate
  158. Checkmate 9: Opera mate
  159. Test yourself
  160. Test yourself intro
  161. Test yourself 2
  162. Test yourself 3
  163. Test yourself 4
  164. Test yourself 5
  165. Test yourself 6
  166. Test yourself 7
  167. Test yourself 8
  168. Test yourself 9
  169. Test yourself 10
  170. Test yourself 11
  171. Test yourself 12
  172. Test yourself 13
  173. Test yourself 14
  174. Test yourself 15
  175. Test yourself 16
  176. Test yourself 17
  177. Test yourself 18
  178. Test yourself 19
  179. Conclusion/Bonus
Technické údaje
Jazyk Anglicky
Systém Win 7 a vyšší
Systém Mac OS X
Autor Qiyu Zhou
Produktová hesla
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Typical Mistakes by 1600-1900 Players (DVD)

As the National Head Coach for the English Chess Federation I train many improving players, and see some typical mistakes that repeat themselves. In this DVD I have taken a large collection of games played by players, predominantly in the rating range 1600-1900, and I have looked for typical mistakes. I have broken these examples into various themes such as “Miscalculating Forcing Lines”, “Being Too Materialistic” and “King Safety” amongst others. Each theme has several examples to demonstrate typical mistakes, and there are various test throughout the DVD so that the viewer can try and find the best move in certain positions. This should be a great tool for players to use in order to improve their middlegame and endgame play. It will hopefully also highlight any areas that you need to work on in order to improve quickly. Enjoy the DVD!
790,00 Kč

Calculation Training (DVD)

Nowadays, people tend to prefer working on their chess by studying opening variations with engines, neglecting the practical side of our game. This DVD emphasizes the importance of training your calculation skills. Dutch IM Robert Ris made a selection of training material which he uses in lessons with students ranging from 1400 to 2400. But Ris believes that this material is suitable for players of various strengths because anyone can benefit from practicing calculation in a structured way.
790,00 Kč

A Gambit Guide through the Open Game Vol.1 and 2 (DVD)

DVD 1: Are you well versed in main lines but are you also often surprised by old and forgotten gambit lines? Or are you tired of main lines and do you prefer some easy to learn, yet very dangerous gambits? This is your DVD! In his Gambit Guide Vol. 1 Dutch Grandmaster Erwin l’Ami takes you on a journey through time and shows gambit lines in the Open Games (that is, after 1.e4 e5). This DVD includes the infamous Frankenstein-Dracula Gambit, the Cochrane Gambit, the Belgrade Gambit and, of course, the mother of all gambits: the King’s Gambit. Many of these long forgotten lines offer plenty of room for creativity and exploration and this DVD is full of new ideas with which you can surprise your opponents. Apart from a theoretical section and illustrative model games the DVD contains a number of exercises, which allow you to test your new knowledge. L’Ami, winner of the Reykjavik open 2015 and a former second to World Champion Veselin Topalov, is the perfect man to guide you through the maze of dazzling complications! DVD 2: William Davies Evans was a Welsh sea-captain and gave the Evans Gambit that brought White hundreds and thousands of brilliant victories its name. In Volume 2 of his Gambit Guide Dutch Grandmaster Erwin l’Ami brings back the romantic days of chess when pawns were routinely sacrificed in huge numbers! In Volume 1 of this series we saw the many dangerous gambits White can play after 1.e4 e5. In Volume 2 we see enterprising gambits such as the Marshall Gambit, the Scotch Gambit, the Jänisch Gambit, and the Evans Gambit mentioned above. Many of these long forgotten lines offer plenty of room for creativity and exploration and this DVD is full of new ideas with which you can surprise your opponents. Apart from a theoretical section and illustrative model games the DVD contains a number of exercises, which allow you to test your new knowledge. L’Ami, winner of the Reykjavik open 2015 and a former second to World Champion Veselin Topalov, is the perfect man to guide you through the maze of dazzling complications!
1 400,00 Kč