The Fritztrainer Christmas Calendar - Door 13

by Arne Kaehler
12/13/2020 – This year we are launching our "Christmas Fritztrainer Calendar". For the next 24 days, you can open one of our Fritztrainer doors daily, and guess: Which Fritztrainer is this? If you send us the correct answer by email, you are participating in a raffle to win plenty of prizes, including our big Christmas surprise packages!

The Exciting Budapest Gambit The Exciting Budapest Gambit

The Budapest Gambit is an exciting and fun way to play against 1.d4 and 2.c4 - replying with 1...Nf6 and 2...e5. In this video you will learn how to pose problems for White with this fascinating opening.

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Fritztrainer Christmas Calendar

Door 13

We let you open 24 Calendar doors, where you simply have to guess the image of the Fritztrainer. Some pictures are easier to guess, others require a bit more research.

If you guess correct, you can win any of the listed items, randomly raffled:

  • ChessBase t-shirt
  • ChessBase Mask
  • USB-Stick
  • DVD's signed by Grandmasters
  • Fritztrainer

And automatically take part in a Christmas surprise Package raffle, with other valuable prizes.

Here we go:

Who is this Fritztrainer?

We only need to know the name of the chess personality (personalities)

If you know the answer (Full Name), or you want to take a wild guess (What can go wrong?) - simply write an email to:

feedback-raffle@chessbase.com

Subject: Fritztrainer Christmas Calendar

And write the answer like this - e.g.: Fabiano Caruana

Please also add your own full name, and in which country you currently live in the email.

Kindly understand, that you can only give an answer until the second next day 12:00 CET.

All winners will be informed on the 27th of December by email, and on the ChessBase news site.

The more Fritztrainer's you can guess correctly every day, the higher the chances are to win bigger prizes in the end.

Solution for door 11

It was Simon Williams - The Exciting Budapest Gambit

The Exciting Budapest Gambit

The Budapest Gambit is an exciting and fun way to play against 1.d4 and 2.c4 - replying with 1...Nf6 and 2...e5. In this video you will learn how to pose problems for White with this fascinating opening.

Certainly, Fritztrainer GM Simon Williams stands out, even if the picture is somewhat distorted. 344 readers were correct!

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Arne Kaehler, a creative thinker who is passionate about board games in general was born in Hamburg and learned how to play chess at a very young age. Through teaching chess to youth teams and creating chess content on YouTube, Arne was able to extend this passion onto others and has even made an online chess course for anyone who wants to learn how to play this game. Currently, Arne blogs for the English news page of ChessBase and focuses on creating promotional and entertaining articles.