The French Defence – Structures, Tactics and plans Vol.2

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Overview

The French Defence is an opening with a marked strategic character, but it also offers rich tactical possibilities to both sides. This video course is aimed as a tactical guide for Black, featuring the most typical combinations for the French structures. The reader is also invited to find combinations delivered by White, in order to become aware of the possible dangers. For virtually all types of white combinations, the video course features symmetrical equivalents for Black, but also tests how Black can withstand the White aggression.

38 Games are presented with more than 100 questions to solve. Themes: Pawn Chains (e6, d5, c4; e5, d4, b2), The French Isolani and The French Bishop.

• Video running time: 4 hours (English)
• With interactive training including video feedback
• Extra: Training with ChessBase apps – Play key positions against Fritz on various levels


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Chapter List

  1. Introduction
  2. Sacrifice vs the pawn chain: e6-d5-c4
  3. Introduction
  4. Example 1: Parma-Gulbrandsen
  5. Example 2: Petrosian-Vocaturo
  6. Example 3: Almasi-Knaak
  7. Example 4: Reti-Spielmann
  8. Example 5: Fuchs-Richter
  9. Example 6: Hug-Portisch
  10. Example 7: Khalifman-Gulko
  11. Example 8: Efimenko-Socko
  12. Example 9: Ni-Hua Pham
  13. Example 10: Pillsbury-Lasker
  14. Example 11: Kortschnoj-Udovcic
  15. Example 12: Georgiev-Borngaesser
  16. Example 13: Saric-Batchuluun
  17. Sacrifice vs the pawn chain: e5-d4-c3-b2
  18. Introduction
  19. Example 1: Schories-Zander
  20. Example 2: Bartuszat-Kuebart
  21. Example 3: Reshevsky-Vaganian
  22. Example 4: Gotschall-Tarrasch
  23. Example 5: Vorobets-Matskevic
  24. Example 6: Paavilainen-Vaisser
  25. Example 7: Mista-Navara
  26. Example 8: Volf-Horak
  27. Example 9: De Rosa-Marin
  28. The “French Bishop” Bc8
  29. Introduction
  30. Example 1: Spassky-Kortschnoj
  31. Example 2: Kovalev-Lupulescu
  32. Example 3: Tal-Wiedenkeller
  33. Example 4: Rozentalis-Satyapragyan
  34. Example 5: Zherebukh-Sadorra
  35. Example 6: Matsenko-Savenkov
  36. The “French Isolani”
  37. Introduction
  38. Example 1: Simacek-Jobava
  39. Example 2: Baches-Marin
  40. Example 3: Stanec-Eingorn
  41. Example 4: Xie-Kortschnoj
  42. Example 5: Sigurjonsson-Uhlmann
  43. Example 6: Velimirovic-Uhlmann
  44. Example 7: Solak-Nevednichy
  45. Example 8: Donchev-Eingorn
  46. Example 9: Hansen-Agdestein
  47. Example 10: Malovanyi-Marin