ChessBase Tutorials Openings # 01: The open games (Physical Disc)

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01/04/2015
Christina Barnes

I am an absolute novice, and I

I am an absolute novice, and I was looking for a video collection just like this one. I've learned a lot about openings with this video!

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01/04/2015
Edward Buchanan

The first volume of the "Chess

The first volume of the "ChessBase Tutorials - The Openings" is devoted to the open game, the most common opening line in chess.


Overview

software_requires_windowsEvery game starts with an opening – and sometimes that is even as far as it gets. That doesn’t have to be the case. With ChessBase Tutorials, you do not need to spend a lot of time getting up to speed. “Openings # 01:
The open games (1.e4 e5)” is the first instalment in a series of five volumes about the fundamentals of chess openings. In it, experienced tournament players and experts in the individual openings tell you what you absolutely have to know in each specific area, which basic plans require to be followed, how to execute them and what traps have to be borne in mind. In 24 video lectures, Adrian Mikhalchichin, Lawrence Trent, Lars Schandorff and Valeri Lilov show you what you really need to know about the King’s Gambit, the Vienna Game, the Giuoco Piano, the Evans Gambit, the Two Knights Game, the Scotch, the Steinitz and Berlin Defences, the Open Ruy Lopez or the Exchange Variation, the Marshall, the Philidor and the Petroff Defences and many others.