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The French Defence - Vol. 1

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DVD-box, ChessBase, 1. edition 2022

From the series »Fritz Trainer Opening«

€29.90
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The French Defence is an opening with a marked strategic character, but it also offers rich tactical possibilities to both sides. This video course is aimed as a tactical guide for Black, featuring the most typical combinations for the French structures. The reader is also invited to find combinations delivered by White, in order to become aware of the possible dangers. For virtually all types of white combinations, the video course features symmetrical equivalents for Black, but also tests how Black can withstand the White aggression.

41 Games are presented with more than 100 questions to solve. Themes: Tactics involving the h7/2-. g7/2- and f7/2-pawn, the pawn break f4-f5, the counter move g7-g5.

  • Video running time: 4 hours 50 Minutes (English)

  • With interactive training including video feedback

  • Extra: Training with ChessBase apps - Play key positions against Fritz on various levels


Minimum:

  • Dual Core

  • 2 GB RAM

  • Windows 7 or higher

  • DirectX11

  • graphics card with 256 MB RAM

  • DVD-ROM drive

  • Windows Media Player 9

  • ChessBase 14/Fritz 16 or included Reader

  • internet access for program activation

Recommended:

  • PC Intel i5 (Quadcore)

  • 4 GB RAM

  • Windows 10

  • DirectX11

  • graphics card with 512 MB RAM or more

  • 100% DirectX10-compatible sound card

  • Windows Media Player 11

  • DVD-ROM drive

  • internet access for program activation

More Information
Weight 200 g
Manufacturer ChessBase
Width 13 cm
Height 19 cm
Medium DVD
Year of Publication 2022
Author Mihail Marin
Series Fritz Trainer Opening
Language English
Edition 1
Binding DVD-box

Beispielvideo:

Sample Video:

Introduction

Sacrifice on h7/2, g7/2, f7/2 Part 1

Introduction

Example 1: Svidler-Renner

Example 2: Sax-Timman

Example 3: Lopez-Perez

Example 4: Iordachescu-Dvirnyy

Example 5: Rjumin-Alatortsev

Example 6: Braga-Van Riemsdijk

Example 7: Menvielle-Ljobojevic

Example 8: Nestorovic-Gleizerov

Example 9: Bialas-Uhlmann

Example 10: Mikhailovich-Anfimogenov

Sacrifice on h7/2, g7/2, f7/2 Part 2

Example 11: Luecke-Lputjan

Example 12: Solodovnichenko-Ramiro

Example 13: Smirnov-Popov

Example 14: Atlas-Sermier

Example 15: Gikas-Andersen

Example 16: Paehtz-Macek

Example 17: Parligras-Bluebaum

Example 18: Conquest-Gurevich

Example 19: Nezhmetdinov-Lein

Example 20: Gurevich-Grigorian

Sacrifice on h7/2, g7/2, f7/2 Part 3

Example 21: De Jesus-Sadorra

Example 22: Bogdanovich-Zhukova

Example 23: Mazi-Genocchio

Example 24: Tiviakov-Lieb

Example 25: Vuckovic-Grischuk

Example 26: Yevseev-Rashkovsk

Example 27: Beilin-Chistiakov

The pawn break with f4-f5

Introduction

Example 1: Potucek-Keey

Example 2: Hamdouchi-Gurevich

Example 3: Kuczynsky-Matlak

Example 4: Lilienthal-Ragozin

Example 5: Stevic-Kortschnoj

Example 6: Inarkiev-Gordievsky

Example 7: Zelcic-Riazantsev

Example 8: Caruana-Bluebaum

Example 9: Predojevic-Kotsur

Countering with g7-g5

Introduction

Example 1: Euwe-Castaldi

Example 2: Zsedenyi-Portisch

Example 3: Padevsky-Portisch

Example 4: Honfi-Portisch

Example 5: Popilsky-Marin

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