ChessBase in Pardubice

7/27/2015 – The Czech Open is part of the International Chess and Games Festival. Almost 300 players start in the A-Open, top seed is Viktor Laznicka, the number two in the Czech Republic. He won the first three rounds and leads with nine other players with 3.0/3. Martin Fischer represents ChessBase in Pardubice and offers advice how to get the best out of your programs.

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ChessBase at the Czech Open

The playing hall

During the Czech-Open 2015 ChessBase presents its products - and helps you to use them efficiently.

 

ChessBase expert Martin Fischer is from 26. to 27. in Pardubice to answer questions, to give advice, and to help (if necessary) installing programs.

On 27. June there will be a ChessBase seminar parallel to the open. With the following topics:

• Setting up ChessBase,
• Enter and annotate games
• Unsing engines efficiently
• How to train with ChessBase
• Using the cloud for your training
• Building up and updating an opening repertoire
• Preparing for an opponent
• Endgame training with ChessBase

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rooster85 rooster85 7/29/2015 10:34
Thank you for the link, although I meant a video from the seminar, actually :-)

btw nech sa dari Jergusovi!
jergus jergus 7/27/2015 06:14
Live video from Czech Open 2015 :

https://youtu.be/n_WZu-kZGq0
rooster85 rooster85 7/27/2015 11:47
any chance for a video from the seminar for those of us who can't attend live? would be great to hear from an expert about training and repertoire functions in particular.. thanks
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