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1: Killer Dutch

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The Classical Dutch is a fantastic sideline against 1. d4 that is guaranteed to catch your opponent by surprise. The main lines of the Dutch Defense include the Leningrad Dutch with an early kingside fianchetto, and the Dutch Stonewall Defense with a closed center and pawns on f5, e6, and d5 however in the Classical Dutch black strives to rapidly challenge white for control of the center with moves like f5, e6, and later d6 and e5 building a dynamic pawn wall that puts strong pressure on white. Grandmaster Simon Williams is the world's leading expert on the Classical Dutch and the British GM is certainly not shy about sharing his secrets in this premium 6+ hour DVD, explaining key victories and defeats with the Classical Dutch so the viewer understand the keys to success and how to avoid common positional and tactical pitfalls. The Killer Dutch is an innovative chess DVD that mixes strong educational content with highly entertaining editing to keep the viewers on their heels. You never know what to expect as the DVD switches from a traditional chess DVD format with GM Williams explaining lines at the board with a computer, to exciting scenes from chess boxing matches, simultaneous displays, and ridiculous exhibition matches with human-sized pieces. All joking aside, GM William` expertise in the Classical Dutch is unquestionable he has published a best-selling book on the topic and does a fantastic job of incorporating this material and building on it with exciting new research. If you are looking for an exciting opening against 1. d4 that will catch your opponent by surprise and give you an immediate edge in the opening the Killer Dutch chess DVD is the solution!

Run-time: 6.5 hours.

 

 

Play Like Tal - GM Simon Williams

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Chess, first of all, is art. Mikhail Tal

Arguably one of the world's most exciting chess players of all time, Grandmaster Mikhail Tal will always be remembered as an attacking genius. The former World Champion, who was nicknamed "The Magician from Riga" for his tactical prowess, has insprired many a chess player with his daring and electrifying style of play. With this in mind, Ginger GM in association with Dark Phoenix Media Ltd. has created it's first interactive DVD based on this chess legend.

In this DVD, Grandmaster Simon Williams presents some of Tal's most notorious games whereby the viewer will be prompted during critical moments of the game to work out Tal's next move a first for any chess DVD! Packed full with key facts and historic photographs, the DVD is a must for any chess fan wishing to learn about one of the most inspired chess players of all time. Improve your play by following Simon's advice as he systematically explains the ideas behind Tal's choice of moves and who knows, perhaps in the future, you too could Play Like Tal?

Killer c3

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 Run-time: 4 hours 30 minutes

The Sicilian Defense is the sharpest and most complicated opening system in chess. Luckily for all you 1. e4 players, there is an easy way to sidestep memorizing a billion different lines in the Sicilian Defense you can play an early sideline like the c3 Sicilian and specialize in a narrow opening system. The Killer c3 Sicilian features high-quality analysis by Irish International Master Sam Collins who brings a very fresh and young perspective to this chess DVD. With over 4.5 hours of expert instruction, you will feel overwhelmingly confident against opponents who love to bust out the complicated Sicilian Defense. The c3 Sicilian, also known as the Alapin Variation, is an extremely effective weapon that is suitable for chess players of all strengths. Many of the world's leading grandmasters such as Michael Adams and Sergei Tiviakov frequently employ the c3 Sicilian proving the validity of this opening at the highest level. Former Irish Champion IM Sam Collins makes this chess DVD unforgettable as he explains the fundamental principles and ideas behind this fascinating opening with a killer sense of humor and presentation.

KILLER C3 SICILIAN INDEX

Part 1 DVD Introduction
1: Model Game: Motwani Collins, British Championship 2003
2: Introductory Game: Filipovic Jakoljevic, Teslic 2006
3: Introduction to 8dxe5 9 d5 Pawn Sacrifice
4: Theory A: 8d5
5: Theory B: 8dxe5 9.d5 Na5 10.Nc3 Nxb3
6: Theory C: 8dxe5 9.d5 Na5 10.Nc3 f6
7: Theory D: 8dxe5 9.d5 Na5 10.Nc3 Bg4
Part 2: 2Nf6 3.e5 Nd5 4.d4 cxd4 5.Nf3
8: Introductory Game: Radjabov Dominguez Perez, Linares 2009
9: Theory A: 7Be7
10: Theory B: 7Nb6
Part 3: 5e6 6 cxd4 b6
11: Theory: 5e6 6 cxd4 b6 7 Bd3
Part 4: 2d5 3 exd5 Qxd5 4 d4: Systems with Nf6
12: Introductory Game: Tiviakov Idani, Fajr Open 2010
13: Theory: 4Nf6 5 Nf3 Bg4
14: Introductory Game: Howell Ringoir, Liverpool 2008
15: Theory: 4Nf6 5 Nf3 e6 6 a3!
Part 5: 2d5 3 exd5 Qxd5 4 d4: Systems without Nf6
Part 5:1 4Nc6 5 Nf3 Bg4
16: Introductory Game: Collins Griffiths, Kilkenny 2009
17: Theory: 5Bg4
Part 5:2 4Nc6 5 Nf3 cxd4 6.cxd4 e5
18: Theory: 4Nc6 5 Nf3 cxd4 6 cxd4 e5
Part 5:3 4Nc6 5 Nf3 Nf6
19: Theory: 4Nc6 5 Nf3 Nf6
Part 6: 2d5 3.exd5 Qxd5 4.d4 g6
20: Introductory Game: Collins Ivanisevic, Tromso 2010
21: Theory
22: Part 7: Other Defences: 2d6
23: Part 8: Other Defences: 2g6
24: Part 9: Other Defences: 2e6
25: Part 10: Other 2nd moves for Black
26: Part 11: Move Orders
27: Part 12: Conclusion

KILLER DRAGON WITH GM SIMON WILLIAMS (VOL 1 & 2

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DVD 4: Killer Dragon vol 1

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DVD 5:Killer Dragon Vol.2

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 Run-time: 12 hours.

The Sicilian Dragon is considered one of the sharpest openings in chess. The Dragon has become extremely popular over the last 4 decades as countless Grandmasters have employed this dangerous opening at the top levels. The chess DVD Killer Dragon features over 12 hours of action-packed content by a leading expert in the Sicilian Dragon Grandmaster Simon Williams! The first DVD in this two-volume series focuses primarily on the critical lines of the Dragon Variation with a special focus on the ultra-sharp Yugoslav Attack. GM Williams also provides alternative lines for those players who prefer to shy away from the mountains of complicated theory associated with this opening. In Volume 2, GM Williams analyzes a very interesting opening that has only burst on the scene in recent years the Dragadorf! This sick invention of an opening combines ideas from two of the most popular chess openings ever played the Dragon and the Najdorf. In the Dragadorf black opens with the normal Dragon move order however diverges before castling in the late opening to play for a6, b5, and Bb7 creating a double fianchetto defense that is incredibly dynamic as black creates maximum tension from the sides against white`s center. The chess DVD Killer Dragon features an exhaustive explanation of all the key concepts you will need to dominate with black against 1. e4. You will be prepared to beat down the main lines of the Yugoslav Attack and Classical Dragon lines, as well as surprising your opponent with the dynamic Dragadorf. After watching this clear presentation by renown Grandmaster Simon Williams, your results with black against 1. e4 will skyrocket in practical chess tournament play.


Killer Dragon DVD 2
Part 1: Quieter Systems
1: Introduction
2: Move Order
3: 6 Bc4: Introduction
4: 6 Bc4: 1st Model Game: L.McShane vs S.Hansen, 1999.
5: 6 Bc4: 2nd Model Game: L.McShane vs S.Tiviakov, 2004.
6: 6 Bc4: Theory
7: The Classical Dragon: Introduction and Move Order.
8: The Classical Dragon: 1st Model Game: P.Svidler vs M.Carlsen, 2010.
9: The Classical Dragon: 2nd Model Game: A.Morozevich vs V.Ivanchuk, 2008.
10: The Classical Dragon: Theory A: Be2 and Be3
11: The Classical Dragon: Theory B: Be2 with a later Nb3 and Bg5: The Karpov System
12: An Early g3: Introduction
13: An Early g3: 1st Model Game: M.Adams vs V.Kramnik, 1998.
14: An Early g3: 2nd Model Game: S.Kudrin vs S.Rachels, 1989.
15: An Early g3: Theory A: White allows Black to capture the knight on d4.
16: An Early g3: Theory B: White removes the knight from the centre: Nde2
17: The Levenfish Attack: 5 f4: Introduction
18: The Levenfish Attack: 5 f4: 1st Model Game: U.Andersson vs R.Garcia, 1972.
19: The Levenfish Attack: 5 f4: Theory
20: Any other possibilities: Introduction
21: 1st Bonus Dragon Game: 5 Nd5!? The Smith Gambit! A.Smith vs S.Tiviakov, 2001.
22: 2nd Bonus Dragon Game: Be2 instead of f3: A.Shirov vs V.Topalov, 1996.
23: 3rd Bonus Dragon Game: White plays an early g4!?
Part 2: The Accelerated Dragadorf
24: The Accelerated Dragadorf: Introduction and Basic Concepts
25: The Problem with the standard Dragadorf: A.Bezgodov vs D.Chuprov, 2006.
26: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 1st Model Game: Y.Wei vs Wang Hao, 2010.
27: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 2nd Model Game: T.Heinatz vs S.Williams, 2009.
28: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 3rd Model Game: A.Shirov vs S.Williams, 2004.
29: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 4th Model Game: C.Lupulescu vs S.Williams, 2007.
30: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 5th Model Game: N.McDonald vs C.Ward, 2009.
31: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 6th Model Game: S.Williams vs M.Cebalo, 2010.
32: The Accelerated Dragadorf: Introduction to 8 a4
33: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 8 a4: 1st Model Game: V.Bologan vs F.Meyer, 2010.
34: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 8 a4: 2nd Model Game: O.Soto Paez vs G.Guseinov, 2010.
35: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 8 a4: Theory
36: The Accelerated Dragadorf: Introduction to 8 Qd2 Bb7 9 a4
37: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 8 Qd2 Bb7 9 a4: 1st Model Game: I.Timmermans vs C.Ward, 2008.
38: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 8 Qd2 Bb7 9 a4: 2nd Model Game: K.Haznedaroglu vs J.Gunnarsson, 2009.
39: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 8 Qd2 Bb7 9 a4: Theory
40: The Accelerated Dragadorf: White Avoids Playing a4 but castles queenside: Introduction
41: The Accelerated Dragadorf: White Avoids Playing a4 but castles queenside: 1st Model Game: E.Inarkiev vs A.Khalifman, 2005.
42: The Accelerated Dragadorf: White Avoids Playing a4 but castles queenside: 2nd Model Game: A.Fier vs D.Bisby, 2011.
43: The Accelerated Dragadorf: White Avoids Playing a4 but castles queenside: Theory
44: Black Employs the Dragadorf setup: 1st Model Game: N.De Firmian vs J.Hodgson, 1997.
45: Black Employs the Dragadorf setup: 2nd Model Game: K.Trygstad vs K.Sakaev, 2010.
46: Black Employs the Dragadorf setup: 3rd Model Game: A.Areshchenko vs A.Korobov, 2010.
47: Conclusion
48: End Credits

 

Killer Grand Prix

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 Run-time: 5 hours 30 minutes.

he Grand Prix Attack is one of the most popular sidelines for white against the Sicilian Defense because it is a naturally very aggressive chess opening system. Experienced British Grandmaster Gawain Jones has used the Grand Prix Attack with unparalleled success and is one of the world's leading experts in this attacking opening system. GM Jones shares his deep insights about the Grand Prix Attack in this chess DVD, featuring 26 video lectures and over 5.5 hours of action-packed chess instruction! Grandmaster Jones prefers wellexplained basic principles over lengthy theoretical variations an extremely effective format for teaching opening concepts. GM Jones presents the material with a very confident and clear style all the more enhanced by the extremely high production values of this chess DVD. The Killer Grand Prix will teach you one of the most effective sideline systems for white against the Sicilian Defense guaranteed to take your game to the next level and drastically improve your results in tournament play. Packed with exciting and instructional games, this chess DVD is a must for any player wishing to be inspired by some of the world's best attacking players. Find out why MAGNUS CARLSEN has used the Killer Grand Prix to defeat former World Chess Champion Veselin Topalov.

KILLER GRAND PRIX: DVD INDEX


Part 1: Introduction and Typical Ideas
1: Introduction
2: More on the move order
3: Plan 1 -The caveman attack! Introductory Game: Jones Zartaj
Qd1-e1, Qe1-h4, f4-f5, Bc1-h6, Nf3-g5 and checkmate!
4: Plan 2 The positional plan. Introductory Game: Jones Wall
Bb5xc6 and then gang up on the c6 and c5 pawns.
5: Plan 3 A typical Grand Prix Endgame. Introductory Game, Jones-Rublevsky.
Part 2: 2Nc6 3 f4 g6: The Main Line
6: Introduction to 2Nc6 3 f4 g6
7: 1st Introductory Game: Jones-Bates: 4 Nf3 Bg7 5 Bb5 Nd4 6 0-0 Nh6
8: 2nd Introductory Game: Jones-Van der Nat: 6a6
9: Theory: The main line: 5 Nb5 Nd4 6 0-0 Nxb5
Part 3: 2d6 3 f4!: A dream come true!
10: Introductory Game: Jones-Garner: 3g6 4 Nf3 Bg7 5 Bb5+! with Bc4 to follow
11: Theory
Part 4: 2e6 3 f4: Even the great will fall!
12: 1st Introductory Game: Jones-Rublevsky: 3d5 4 Nf3 dxe4
13: 2nd Introductory Game: Jones-Satyapragyan: 3d5 4 Nf3 Be7 5 Bb5+!
14: Theory: Plans involving Black playing e6 d5 and a6
Part 5: 2a6: A flexible and modern defence
15: 1st Introductory Game: Jones-Orlov: 2a6 3 f4 b5 4 g3
16: 2nd Introductory Game: Jones-Ashwin, WJun Yerevan, ARM, 2007, 1-0: 2a6 3 f4 b5 4 g3
17: Theory
Part 6: 2Nc6 3 Bb5!?: The new and fashionable Grand Prix
18: 1st Introductory Game: Jones-Abhishek: 3 Bb5 g6 4 Bxc6 dxc6 5 f4!
19: 3 Bb5 Nd4 4 Bc4 g6: 1st Tricky Line for Black.
20: 2nd Introductory Game: Jones-Nijboer: 2nd Tricky Line for Black
21: Theory
Part 7: Move Order Tricks and Important Side Lines (I am not entirely sure if I have the next couple of parts in the right order, Simon)
22: Introduction
23: Introductory Game: Jones-arlin, London League, 2010, 1-0: 2 Nc3 e6 3 f4 Nc6 4 Nf3 Nge7!?
Part 8: The McShane Big Clamp
24: Introductory Game: McShane-Cheparinov
25: 2 Be2!?: A future possibility?
Part 9: An Overview of the Grand Prix!
26: A quick look at what White should do in all situations
27: Conclusion

 

The Killer French Vol.1 and 2

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Killer French Vol.1

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 Run-time: 9 hours 30 minutes.

 

 

The French Defense is one of the most reliable weapons for black against 1. e4 and has been employed frequently by countless strong Grandmasters over the last 70+ years! GM Simon Williams is a leading expert in the French Defense and boasts over 20 years of practical tournament experience. The viewer is treated to an incredibly thorough explanation of the fundamental concepts of this solid opening system as the Killer French Defense features over 10 hours of premium chess instruction! GM Williams` clear and understandable delivery provides the viewer with a surprisingly easy platform for understanding the main opening lines and relevant sidelines. The Killer French Defense is internationally acclaimed for setting new standards with respect to chess DVD quality and presentation as the British GM is renown for his clear approach to delivering complex material. As with any chess DVD by GM Simon Williams, the content is highly exciting and mixes in high-quality chess footage to keep the viewer entertained at all times.

1st DVD: The Advance Variation and Tarrash Variation
Chapter 1: Introduction
1: DVD Introduction
2: Introductory Game: L.Ljubojevic-M.Gurevich
3: Basic Strategic Ideas: Part 1. c5 and ..f6 plus others
4: Basic Strategic Ideas: Part 2. The light squared bishop dance.
Chapter 2: The French Defence: Advance Variation
1: Introduction
2: 1st Introductory Game: A.Shabalov-A.Shirov
3: 2nd Introductory Game: A.Grischuk-N.Short
4: Theory A: 5Bd7 6 a3?! Too Slow!
5: Theory B: 5Bd7 6 Be2 Better but Black is still ok!
6: Theory C: Early Deviations from White
Chapter 3: The French Defence: Tarrash Variation with 3Nf6: White plays 5 f4: Black replies with an early a5: The Most Dangerous Plan.
1: Introduction
2: 1st Introductory Game: V.Hansen-D.Buzmann
3: 2nd Introductory Game: B.Mongontuul-Y.Benitah
4: Theory A: 8a5!? a-pawn Battering ram!
5: Theory B: White avoids playing c3.
Chapter 4: The French Defence: Tarrash Variation with 3Nf6: White plays 5 Bd3 and 7 Ne2: The Most Popular Choice.
1: Introduction
2: 1st Introductory Game: J.Emms-S.Williams
3: 2nd Introductory Game: A.Persson-E.Berg
4: Theory A: 11Qc7 12 Bg5 0-0 13 Bh4 Still popular after all these years
5: Theory B: 11Qc7 12 Bg5 0-0 13 Rc1 The modern concern
6: Theory C: 11Qc7 12 g3 Please let me swap off dark square bishops!
7: Theory D: 9 Nf4!? Greedy and Dangerous
8: Theory E: Early Deviations from White
Chapter 5: The French Defence: Tarrash Variation with 3Nf6: The Universal System: 7 Ngf3 Be7 8 0-0 a5!
1: Introduction
2: 1st Introductory Game: G.Botta-S.Williams
3: 2nd Introductory Game: S.Erenburg-S.Williams
4: Theory A: 8a5 9 a4 Safe and solid
5: Theory B: 8a5 9 Re1 Fun and Games!
Chapter 6: Conclusion
2nd DVD: The French Winawer, Exchange Variation, Kings Indian Attack and any other Possibilities
Chapter 1: Introduction
1: DVD Introduction
Chapter 2: The French Winawer: Various 4th Move Alternatives for White
1: Introduction
2: 1st Introductory Game: J.Hector-E.Berg
3: 2nd Introductory Game: O.Brendel-A.Jussupow
4: Theory A: 4 Nge2 Non-critical but tricky
5: Theory B: 4 exd5 Simplifying matters
6: Theory C: Any Other Possibilities that White might try
Chapter 3: The French Winawer: Various 5th Move Alternatives for White
1: Introduction
2: 1st Introductory Game: J.Hector-P.Nikolic
3: 2nd Introductory Game: M.Manik-A.Jussupow
4: Theory A: 5 Bd2 b6 Whip those bishops off!
5: Theory B: 5 Qg4 Pressure on g7!
6: Theory C: Any Other Possibilities that White might try
Chapter 4: The French Winawer: White Avoids 7 Qg4: 7 Nf3, 7 a4 and 7 h4!?
1: Introduction
2: 1st Introductory Game: C.Briscoe-S.Williams
3: 2nd Introductory Game: A.Morozevich-S.Lputian
4: Theory A: 7 Nf3 The most popular choice
5: Theory B: 7 a4 Probing on the queenside
6: Theory C: 7 h4!? Attacking the dark squares.
Chapter 5: The French Winawer: The Main Line 7 Qg4: 12d4!? New and Interesting
1: Introduction
2: 1st Introductory Game: T.Callstri-D.Bunzmann
3: 2nd Introductory Game: J.Palkovi-F.Portisch
4: Theory A: 15 Rg1 The only chance at gaining an advantage
5: Theory B: 15 Rb1 Promising for Black
6: Theory C: 13 Ng3 Black should be happy!
7: Theory D: Any Other Possibilities that White might try
Chapter 6: The French Exchange Variation
1: Introduction
2: Introductory Game: S.Tatal-V.Kortschnoi
3: Theory A: 4 Bd3
4: Theory B: 4 Nf3
5: Theory C: 4 c4!? The most aggressive variation.
Chapter 7: The Kings Indian Attack (Black plays with d5 c5 and g6)
1: Introduction
2: Introductory Game: A.Stripunsky-G.Kaidanov
3: Theory: 5g6!?
Chapter 8: Other Possibilities that White might try, Wing Gambit etc
1: Introduction
2: 1st Introductory Game: I.Schneider-M.Ulibin and Theory to 2 Nf3 and then 3 Nc3
3: 2nd Introductory Game: E.Paehtz-N.Zhuhova and Theory to 2 b3
4: Theory C: The Wing Gambit: 4 b4!?
5: Theory D: Any Other Possibilities that White might try: 3 Bd3 and 3 Be3
Chapter 9: Conclusion

 

 

Killer Endgames Vol.1 & 2

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Vol.1 Killer Endgames

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Vol.2 Killer Endgames

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Run-time: Approx 9 hours

Understanding chess endgames is a very important fundamental concept that is too often ignored by chess players of all levels. Killer Endgames is a chess DVD that features over 8 hours of high-quality instruction by leading chess endgames expert Grandmaster Nick Pert. Using his wealth of knowledge and expertise, the former Under-18 World Champion presents an exhaustive series of chess lessons (categorized by rating/level) that are guaranteed to comprehensively enhance your understanding of the endgame. GM Pert emphasizes the importance of strong endgame skill by providing real-life examples where superior endgame technique has proved to be decisive. The production quality of the chess DVD Killer Endgames is outrageously high and the main points of each chapter are reinforced by puzzles that at the end of each section. Killer Endgames is a meticulously designed endgames course that is guaranteed to skyrocket your results by helping you capitalize on every possible opportunity in the later stages of the game.

Chess players have a tendency to focus mainly on improving their opening play but one must not forget that many games are actually decided in the endgame. Ginger GM  has released two new endgame DVDs that will enhance a player's performance in this particular area of the game.

Using his wealth of knowledge and expertise, Grandmaster Nick Pert presents a series of lessons, categorized according to rating, that are designed to familiarise players with basic endgame theory. Nick also demonstrates the importance of this theory by providing real-life examples where superior endgame technique has proved to be decisive. Furthermore, puzzles have been included at the end of each chapter to test what has been learnt.

English Grandmaster Nick Pert is considered to be a leading expert in endgame theory. Fortunately for us, the former World Under 18 Champion has decided to share his knowledge of endgame play. Follow Nick as he systematically explains the secrets behind his success in the endgame!

KILLER ENDINGS: DVD INDEX

Crash Test Chess Vol.1 and 2

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This DvD is Fantastic 100% Guaranteed to Improve your Chess

 

Crash Test Chess Vol. 1

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Crash Test Chess Vol.2

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Ginger GM Publishing, in association with Chilli Pepper Films, is proud to present the first DVD in its new Crash Test Chess series whereby viewers are encouraged to improve their game by following short, instructive lessons that have been carefully prepared by some of the best chess players in the world.

In Using the Initiative, Grandmaster Simon Williams explains the ideas behind his play in two of his games where the correct use of the initiative has proved critical. Follow Simon as he provides his audience with an essential insight into the working thought processes of a Grandmaster a must for any chess enthusiast looking to improve!

This DVD is a personal 1 hour lesson from GM Simon Williams on exploiting the initiative.

 

Game 1: Korchnoi - Williams

Game 2: Williams - Gagunashvili

Ginger GM Publishing, in association with Chilli Pepper Films, is proud to present its second DVD in this new range of Crash Test Chess series, whereby viewers will improve their game by following short and instructive lessons that have been carefully prepared.

In Thinking Outside of the Box, Grandmaster Simon Williams explains how a viewer can improve their game by spotting unusual but very effective ideas. This includes strategic knight manoeuvres, clever bishop moves and other concepts that will be invaluable to any player wishing to improve their game.

Following this DVD will be similar to receiving a personal one on one lesson from a Grandmaster and top trainer, for a fraction of the price. Players of all levels should be able to pick up some new concepts- a must for any player wishing to improve!


Improve Your Practical Play is Grandmaster Danny Gormally's first chess DVD.

Aimed at club, congress and county players, this DVD provides a vital insight into how a grandmaster thinks and the reasoning behind his choice of moves.

In this DVD, Danny provides useful guidance to players who are looking to improve their thinking during a game by analysing the typical strategic plans from the opening until late in the middlegame.

Are you ready to go beyond the basics?

If the answer is a resounding 'yes' then follow Danny as he explains the fundamental ideas and principles behind some of the most complex and challenging positions.

OUTLINE

1. Introduction
2. First Game: What happens When You're Too Rusty..
3. Second Game: Psychology and Nerves
4. Improving Your Nerves
5. Third Game: Playing to Your Strengths
6. Fourth Game: Why You Must Study Your Own Games
7. Fifth Game: Improving Practical Play
8. Sixth Game: Using Strategic Play
9. Seventh Game: Judgment and Calculation
10. Eighth Game: Looking for Tactical Opportunities
11. Ninth Game: Taking Risks
12. Tenth Game: Swindling Your Opponent
13. Summary
14. Danny Speaks to Grandmaster Simon Williams
15. Danny-s Best Game vs Alexey Dreev
16. Credits
Extra The Danny Gormally Show!

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Improve Your Practical Play

The physical DVD version of this product was mastered in 625PAL and may not work on some older set top bo DVD players in North America. However, it should play on most DVD players andall computers. The DVD is NOT region locked