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Masters Challenge Biel Round 4

– The Masters Challenge in Biel this year is featuring Maxime Vachier-Lagrave and Peter Svidler. They play a match of rapid and classical games. Today is round four of the classical games. Daniel King is analysing live starting at 5pm CEST. View the whole schedule!

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Fritz 15 - English Version

New Fritz, new friend

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ChessBase Magazine 173

Enjoy the best moments of recent top tournaments (Shamkir, Paris and Leuven) with analysis of top players. In addition you'll get lots of training material. For example 13 new suggestions for your opening repertoire.

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Queen's Gambit Declined Powerbook 2016

For the Queen's Gambit Declined Powerbook we once again used above all high grade material: 90 000 games from Mega and from correspondence chess, but these are of high quality. Added to that are 410 000 games from the engine room on playchess.com.

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Complete Nimzo-Indian Powerbook 2016

We have included the whole E00-E59 complex in our “Complete Nimzo-Indian Powerbook 2016”. It is based, e.g., on 45 000 games from the Mega database and 4000 correspondence games. The lion’s share is made up of the 245 000 games from the engine room.

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The Semi-Slav

The Semi-Slav (1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.Nc3 e6) can arise via various moveorders, has decided World Championships, and is one of Black’s most fascinating replies to 1 d4. Nielsen explains in detail what this openign is all about.

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The Black Lion - an aggressive version of the Philidor Defense

The Lion gets ready to roar after 1.e4 d6 2.d4 Nf6 3.Nc3 e5 4.Nf3 Nbd7 5.Bc4 Be7 6.0–0 c6 – and now Black wants to attack with an early ...g5.

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Power Play 23: A Repertoire for black with the Queen's Gambit Declined

On this DVD Grandmaster Daniel King offers you a repertoire for Black with the QGD. The repertoire is demonstrated in 10 stem games, covering all White’s major systems: 5 Bg5, 5 Bf4, and the Exchange Variation.

€29.90

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How to upgrade ChessBase 10

Since ChessBase 10 came out a couple of weeks ago it has been continuously improved. Every registered user is welcome to run free upgrades for his program online. The September 02 upgrade is available right from within ChessBase 10 through menu Help – Query Upgrade.

ChessBase 10 now searches for a new version on the download server. If a new version is available, simply click “OK” in order to make the upgrade start.

When the download is completed the program will ask you to install.

Click „Install Now“ in order to make the installation start.

Click „Next“ in order to continue the installation.

The next dialog box will ask for the installation path fort he upgrade. If you had chosen the default path for installation of the ChessBase 10 program you can simply click “Next” again.

The ChessBase 10 upgrade among other improvements offers to load the new Rybka 3 chess engine right away. If you have bought and installed the Rybka 3 release from ChessBase too, you will now find it listed as one of your engines.

How to make Rybka 3 your default engine

Moreover, through the menu Tools – Options – Engine yoou can make Rybka 3.0 your default engine in ChessBase 10. Simply click “Browse” and select Rybka 3.

And that is what analysis with Rybka 3 will now look like under ChessBase 10:

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