l‘Ami: A gambit guide through the Open Game

6/27/2016 – Erwin l’Ami is a member of the Dutch national team, and was the second of former World Champion Veselin Topalov. In two remarkable new DVDs – almost seven hours of recordings on each – he takes you on a journey through time and shows gambit lines in Open Games (after 1.e4 e5). You will encounter the infamous Frankenstein-Dracula Gambit, the Cochrane, the Belgrade and, of course, the King’s Gambit. Don't miss it!

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Erwin l‘Ami

A Gambit Guide through the Open Game Vol. 1

Are you well versed in main lines but are you also often surprised by old and forgotten gambit lines? Or are you tired of main lines and do you prefer some easy to learn, yet very dangerous gambits? This is your DVD!

In his Gambit Guide Vol. 1 Dutch Grandmaster Erwin l’Ami takes you on a journey through time and shows gambit lines in the Open Games (that is, after 1.e4 e5). This DVD includes the infamous Frankenstein-Dracula Gambit, the Cochrane Gambit, the Belgrade Gambit and, of course, the mother of all gambits: the King’s Gambit.

Many of these long forgotten lines offer plenty of room for creativity and explora-tion and this DVD is full of new ideas with which you can surprise your opponents. Apart from a theoretical section and illustrative model games the DVD contains a number of exercises, which allow you to test your new knowledge. L’Ami, winner of the Reykjavik open 2015 and a former second to World Champion Veselin Topalov, is the perfect man to guide you through the maze of dazzling complications!

Video running time: 6 hours 41 min. (English) – with interactive training including video feedback. Extra: extensive analysis of the theory shown on this DVD. Including CB 12 Reader.

A Gambit Guide through the Open Game Vol. 2

William Davies Evans was a Scottish sea-captain and gave the Evans Gambit that brought White hundreds and thousands of brilliant victories its name. In Volume 2 of his Gambit Guide Dutch Grandmaster Erwin l’Ami brings back the romantic days of chess when pawns were routinely sacrificed in huge numbers! Many of these long forgotten lines offer plenty of room for creativity and explora-tion and this DVD is full of new ideas with which you can surprise your opponents. Apart from a theoretical section and illustrative model games the DVD contains a number of exercises, which allow you to test your new knowledge. L’Ami, winner of the Reykjavik open 2015 and a former second to World Champion Veselin Topalov, is the perfect man to guide you through the maze of dazzling complications!

Video running time:

Volume 1: 6 hours 41 min (English)
With interactive training including video feedback
Volume 2: 6 hours 46 min (English)
Extra: extensive analysis of the theory shown on this DVD

Languages: English
ISBN: 978-3-86681-514-8
ISBN: 978-3-86681-515-5

Delivery: Download, Post
Level: Advanced, Tournament player, Professional

Price: each volume €29.90 – €25.13 without VAT (for customers outside the EU) $27.14 (without VAT).

Volume 1+2: €54.90 – €46.13 without VAT (for Customers outside the EU) $49.82 (without VAT).

System requirements:
Minimum: Pentium III 1 Ghz, 1 GB RAM, Windows Vista, XP (service pack 3), Directx9 graphic card with 256 MB RAM, DVD-ROMdrive, Windows Media Player 9 and Internet connection for program activation. Recommended: PC Intel core i7, 2.8 Ghz, 4 GB RAM, Windows 7 / 8 or 10, DirectX 10 graphic card (or compatible) with 512 MB RAM or better, 100% DirectX10 compatible sound card, Windows Media Player 11, DVD ROM drive and Internet connection for program activation.

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