Monthly Archives: February 2010

Chess Book Recommendations

Chess books are the ultimate source of knowledge on chess. In technical terms, they can provide more detailed material than DVDs. Some players even credit 1800+ of their rating points to a single book! There is an abundance of chess … Continue reading

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Sveshnikov’s 60th Birthday

Evgeny Sveshnikov, born in Cheliabinsk, Russia, on February 11, 1950, is perhaps best known for the opening named after him, the Sveshnikov Variation of the Sicilian Defence (1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 e5). To be … Continue reading

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Review of Roman’s Lab DVDs

Roman’s Lab is a range of chess DVDs that have been released within the last few years and I believe the series hasn’t finished yet. The DVDs are presented by famous American Grandmaster Roman “Dzindzi” Dzindzichashvili. Best known for his … Continue reading

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New Chess DVD Reviews

I have reviewed several chess DVD series recently. DVDs are a great way to learn if you want to take a more relaxed approach to chess improvement. PRO CHESS: THE VIDEO CHESS MENTORCHESSBASE FRITZTRAINERFOXY OPENINGS

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