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Key Concepts of Chess–Pawn Structures Vol. 1+2

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DVD-Box, ChessBase, 1. Auflage 2022

Aus der Reihe »Fritz Trainer Strategie«

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Vol. 1

In this series it’s all about strategy for club players, explained in a simple way with clear examples! The idea is to focus on certain themes using specific pawn structures. The central question is: how can the pieces be manoeuvred into good positions and what should we then consider? IM Herman Grooten will offer rules-of-thumb and concepts to give clubchess players the necessary guidance to try and find the right paths in their own games. In this two-part course the emphasis will be on typical pawn-structures, ones that appear quite often in games and that will be very recognisable to club-chess players. Hence, the topics “Open and half-open files” and “the pawn chain” will be covered extensively on this video course.

  • Video running time: 6 hours 30 min (English)

  • With interactive training including video feedback

  • Extra: Model Games and Training with ChessBase apps - Play key pawn structures against Fritz on various levels

Vol. 2

A new production in the “Key Concepts of Chess” series. The idea is to focus on certain themes by means of specific pawn structures. The central question is: how can the pieces be manoeuvred into good positions and what should we then consider? IM Herman Grooten offers rules-of-thumb and concepts to give club-chess players the necessary guidance so that they can try to find the right paths in their own games. In this second part the emphasis will be on typical pawn structures that appear quite often in games, and that will be very recognizable for clubchess players. For example, on this video course the topics “the isolated queen pawn (IQP)” and “the passed-pawn in the middlegame” will be discussed in detail. Because the IQP can appear on the board in many opening variations, it is worthwhile to study. The fact that sometimes a passed-pawn can be invaluable and can cause an astonishing effect will be music to the ears of the club-chess player.

  • Video running time: 3 hours 40 min (English)

  • With interactive training including video feedback

  • Extra: Model Games and Training with ChessBase apps - Play key pawn structures against Fritz on various levels

Weitere Informationen
Gewicht 200 g
Hersteller ChessBase
Breite 13 cm
Höhe 19 cm
Medium DVD
Erscheinungsjahr 2022
Autor Herman Grooten
Reihe Fritz Trainer Strategie
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
Einband DVD-Box

Sample Video:

Beispielvideo:

Vol. 1

Introduction

Fundamentals Part 1

Definitions 1

Definitions 2

To create doubled pawns: Spiesberger-Galdunts

To create doubled pawns: Van Wely-Short

To get rid of doubled pawns: Constructed Position

To win with tripled pawns: Lysyj-Ernst

To play against a backward pawn: Estrin

To deal with tension between two pawns: Gerlagh-Mollema

Tension: Hibma-Breuker

Tension: Fischer-Taimanov

Typical structures: Suba-Zadrima

Fundamentals Part 2

Capture towards the center: Babula-Rustemov

Capture off the center: Carlsen-Naiditsch

Capture off the center Topalov-Van Wely

Capture off the center: Gershon-Shinkevich

Capture off the center: Atalik-Metin

Capture off the center: Lanchava-Schuurman

Release the tension: Sokolov-Marcelin

The pawn chain, attacking the base: Moskalenko-Fedorchuk

The Isolated Queen's Pawn - attacking plan: Roiz-Beccaris

The Passed Pawn: Van der Wiel-Haver

Exercises

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

Exercise 7

Exercise 8

Open and Half-Open File Part 1

Backward pawn: Gheorghiu-Shapiro

Minority-attack: Van den Berg-Kramer

Manoeuvres in front of the pawns: Gashimov-Ivanchuk

Open file and seventh rank: Zivanic-Kovacevic

Open up files with the king in the center 1: A.Haast-Coenen

Open up files with the king in the center 2: Avrukh-Schripkenko

Which is the right file? 1: Leniart-Kriebel

Which is the right file? 2: Berg-Bareev

Open and Half-Open File Part 2

Eliminating defender 1: Suba-Spraggett

Eliminating defender 2: NN-NN

Eliminating defender 3: Anastasian-Chatalbashev

Entering the seventh rank 1: Kveinys-Comp

Entering the seventh rank 2: Leko-Mamedyarov

Demolishing the seventh rank: Fleming-Knopf

Queen entering on the right way: Grandelius-Sokolov

The back rank 1: NN

The back rank 2: Lautier-Onischuk

The sixth rank: Kasparov-Gavrikov

Exercises

Description

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

Exercise 7

Exercise 8

The Pawn Chain

Instructive Example

Attacking the chain with White

Attacking the chain with Black

Demolish the structure 1: Moskalenko-Fedorchuk

Demolish the structure 2: Forgacs-Tartakower

Demolish the structure 3: Hess-P.Gerlagh

Making use of a space advantage: Ostovic-Rogul

Standard Sacrifice 1: P.Kuipers-P.Gerlagh

Standard Sacrifice 2: Kosten-Adrian

King’s Indian Defense Overview

Model Game for White: Korchnoi-Van Wely

Model Game for Black: Tratat-Ye Jiangchuan

Exercises

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

Exercise 7

Exercise 8

Vol. 2

Introduction

The Isolated Queen's Pawn Part 1

Introduction, pro’s and con’s

The Nxf7-sacrifice

The pawn break d4-d5

The pin over the d-file

The Nxf7-sacrifice 1: Khenkin-Bertran

The Nxf7-sacrifice 2: Iturrizaga-Papin

The Nxf7-sacrifice 3: Botvinnik-Batuyev

The Nxf7-sacrifice 4: Janev-Ilchev

The Nxf7-sacrifice 5: Botvinnik-Vidmar

The Isolated Queen's Pawn Part 2

The rook lift and rook switch 1: Timofeev-Svidler

The rook lift and rook switch 2: Buhmann-Wichmann

The rook lift and rook switch 3: Onischuk-Vescovi

The pawn break d4-d5 1: Ligterink-Donner

The pawn break d4-d5 2: Portisch-Bilet

The pawn break d4-d5 3: Sokolov-Fischer

The pawn break d4-d5 4: Rodshtein-Diamant

Transition to ‘hanging pawns’: Donaldson-Kudrin

Exploiting weaknesses 1: Bojkov-Dreev

Exploiting weaknesses 2: Arngrimmson-Damljanovic

Exercises

Description

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

Exercise 7

Exercise 8

Passed Pawn Part 1

To create a passed pawn 1: Razuvayev-Honfi

To create a passed pawn 2: Nielsen-NN

Pawn break: Thipsay-Peng

Push pawn!: A.Haast-M.Bensdorp

Piece positioning in relation to a passed pawn 1: Hughes-Chirila

Piece positioning in relation to a passed pawn 2: Reinderman-Bosboom

Piece positioning in relation to a passed pawn 3: Holt-Shetty

To lure or chase away a defender: Cano Sanchez-Carrasco

Interference: Morozevich-Adams

Pin: Mentasi

To block a square 1: Troitzky

To block a square 2: Wall-Schuurman

Double Attack: Engels-Maroczy

Passed Pawn Part 2

To exploit a passed pawn: Halkias-Asrian

To create a second passed pawn 1

To create a second passed pawn 2: Nunn

To create a second passed pawn 3: Schuurman-Gara

To defend against a passed pawn 1: Zenyuk-Abrahamyan

To defend against a passed pawn 2: Van den Ende

To defend against a passed pawn 3: Zheltukhov

To defend against a passed pawn 4: Kasparov-Timman

To exploit weaknesses and make use of the passed pawn 1: Grooten-Douven

To exploit weaknesses and make use of the passed pawn 2: Petrosian-Korchnoi

Exercises

Description

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

Exercise 7

Exercise 8

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