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    Tarrasch Defense - Nigel Davies
    Catalog Code: WIN0125CB

    Amongst the many advantages of the Tarrasch is the fact that it can be used against the English and Reti Openings.
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    Tarrasch Defense - Nigel Davies

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    Queen's Gambit Declined Exchange Variation - Nigel Davies
    Catalog Code: WIN0223CB

    The Queen's Gambit Declined Exchange Variation is one of the most important opening systems. It has been played by most of the great players in history and from both sides of the board.
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    Queen's Gambit Declined Exchange Variation - Nigel Davies

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    Queen's Gambit Accepted - Valeri Lilov
    Catalog Code: WIN0264CB

    In this DVD, Lilov will teach you a plan for Black with a6, b5, Bb7, Nbd7 and c5, which is one of the best ways to meet Whites Queens Gambit.
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    Queen's Gambit Accepted - Valeri Lilov

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    KNOW THE TERRAIN - Carlsbad - Sam Collins - VOLUME 1
    Catalog Code: WIN0295CB

    In this DVD, Sam Collins examines one of the most important structures in chess, the Carlsbad.
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    KNOW THE TERRAIN - Carlsbad - Sam Collins - VOLUME 1

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    Queen's Gambit Declined - D'Costa & Murphy
    Catalog Code: WIN0409CB

    The Queens Gambit Declined (known as the ‘QGD’) is the “Mr. Reliable” of responses to 1.d4. A favourite of many of the world champions, both past and present, its reputation has never been called into question.
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    Queen's Gambit Declined - D'Costa & Murphy

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    A World Champions Repertoire Against The Queen's Gambit Declined - Robert Ris
    Catalog Code: WIN0411CB

    Back in the 1950s, it was Botvinnik who popularised the Exchange Variation of the Queen’s Gambit Declined. The setup, which involves putting the knight on e2 in combination with castling kingside, was revolutionary at that time. Until then, White had either placed his knight on f3 with the idea of s tarting a minority attack on the queenside, or on e2, where it was normally associated with the intention of castling queenside and preparing a pawn storm against the Black King. K asparov, Botvinnik’s pupil, would soon follow in his mentor’s footsteps, bringing yet further refinements to this flexible system.
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    A World Champions Repertoire Against The Queen's Gambit Declined - Robert Ris

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