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chess24 Mega Bundle (Digital Download)
chess24 Mega Bundle (Digital Download)
The new, updated Mega Bundle brings together an incredible 60 premium courses from our friends at chess24.Every conceivable area of the game is covered, including:
- illuminating explanations of GM strategy from Matthew Sadler
- both basic and advanced tactics
- how to play with and against hanging pawns and isolated pawns
- elite level opening repertoires for the Sicilian Najdorf, French Tarrasch, Grünfeld, Nimzo and Bogo-Indian, Spanish/Ruy Lopez and King's Indian Defense
- In-depth looks at ways of playing against the Scandinavian, Alekhine's Defense and the Sicilian
- a brilliant study of what makes Magnus Carlsen the strongest player alive by GM Artur Yusupov
- the most important lessons from the classic games of great players including Kasparov, Alekhine, Capablanca and Tal
- thematic sacrifices that will give you an edge in every game you play
- the secrets to successful defending
- ...and tons more.
A repertoire against 1.d4. Part 2: The ViennaIn Part 2 of his series on how to meet 1.d4, Grandmaster Jan Gustafsson tackles the biggest "tabiya" there is, the position after 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 d5 4.Nc3.
Prophylactic ThinkingArtur Yusupov is back! The former World Number 3, famous coach and pupil of Mark Dvoretsky shares one of his secret weapons: prophylaxis.
The Triangle SlavInternational Master Sopiko Guramishvili introduces "The Triangle" - Black puts pawns on c6, d5 and e6 against 1.d4 - which she describes as "tricky, very easy to understand and full of chances for counterplay".
Aronian: Fighting for the Initiative with BlackIn this mini-series Artur takes a look at three Levon Aronian games that will help us to understand one of the toughest things to do in chess: fight for the initiative with the black pieces. Enjoy!
My White repertoire vs. the Sicilian: Part 1 - The RossolimoYoung Dutch star Robin van Kampen is going to provide something we all need - a complete repertoire against the Sicilian for White. In this first instalment he looks at the Rossolimo - 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5.
Magnus Carlsen's Rise to the TopPart Two of our Magnus Carlsen trilogy covers some of Magnus' best games from 2004 until the moment he became the world's number one rated player in 2010. Magnus himself collaborated with us by recommending some of his favourite games from that period!
My White Repertoire vs Sicilian: Part 2Young Dutch star Robin van Kampen is providing something we all need - a complete repertoire against the Sicilian for White. In this second instalment he covers 2...d6 (which he likes to answer with 3.Bb5+), 2...e6, 2...g6 and the rarer moves 2...Nf6 and 2...a6. In the first video series, the Rossolimo Sicilian, Robin already dealt extensively with the 2...Nc6 3.Bb5 system.
Lessons from Blindfold KingI am excited to welcome you to experience my blindfold world record journey together! Here I show the examples, impressions, lessons I learned from my exhibition matches I play around the world in preparation for my ultimate world record attempt!
Endgames with DvoretskyMark Dvoretsky is arguably the world's best chess coach and we're honoured that the trainer of many world-class players and the author of such classics as "Positional Play" and "Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual" has joined chess24 to shoot his first ever video series!
Calculation with DvoretskyWorld-renowned coach Mark Dvoretsky is back to help us tackle another topic that's fundamental to chess success: Calculation. Using countless high-level examples and exercises, Mark makes us all that little bit sharper.
Magnus Carlsen: World ChampionIt all starts with the Candidates in London in 2013, where Magnus almost missed out after a last-round thriller. The next stop is the Chennai World Championship in the same year as Magnus dethrones World Champion Vishy Anand. Anna and Sopiko show the decisive moments from that match.Finally Magnus defends his title in a rematch with Vishy in Sochi in 2014, with four games put under the microscope.
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The winner of the game is the player who makes the next-to-last mistake - Savielly Tartakover