2/10/2016 – With his Power play show GM Daniel King tries to explain difficult themes in
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1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 Bb4+ 4.Bd2 Qe7 5.g3 Bxd2!? 6.Qxd2 Nc6! 7.Nc3 d5! is a modern line where Black tries to play actively in the center. Shah shows the possible variations which occur in this position.
The videos on this DVD give White a repertoire with concrete variations against all main lines Black can play and also show the typical strategic and tactical ideas of the Slav and the hidden subtleties of the position.
Enjoy the best moments of recent top tournaments (Reykjavik, London and Katar) with analysis of top players. In addition you'll get lots of training material. For example 12 new suggestions for your opening repertoire.
1/25/2013 – The weakness of the dark squares around the black king catches the eye, but there still is the diagonal a6-f1 ... The sequence 28.Rxd3 cxd3 29.Qh6 lead to victory for ...
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The weakness of the dark squares around the black king catches the eye, but there still is the diagonal a6-f1 ... The sequence 28.Rxd3 cxd3 29.Qh6 lead to victory for ...
1/27/2013 – Who will win the 75th Tata Steel Tournament? Okay, we know Magnus Carlsen has already clinched the A Section, but the B and C sections are still hotly contested. The final round starts on Sunday, January 27, at 12:00 noon (i.e. an hour and a half earlier than usual). To make things especially interesting we recommend you update your Playchess client and try out our latest Guess-a-Move feature.Discuss
1/18/2013 – Our Spanish language news editor Nadja Wittmann, who lives in Den Haag, Holland, took the train to Wijk aan Zee – in spite of ten inches of snow. Alina L'Ami is in Wijk for the entire event, assisting her husband Erwin. Both have sent us pictorial impressions. In addition we bring you some tactical highlights from the B and C section, while Andrew Martin attempts to explain why Carlsen wins.Discuss