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On this dvd, GM Edmar Mednis - a recognized authority on the endgame - teaches the viewer the fundamentals of rook and pawn endings, including: the importance of rook activation and rook placement, the Lucena position, and the Philidor position.
Improve Your Chess DVD Series - Rook & Pawn Endgames
Tactical ability is a prerequisite in all phases of the game. In the opening when development is in its early stages, one slip can be instantly fatal. In the middlegame, there is a myriad of tactical devices available to the well-practiced player in order to carry out the successful prosecution of his or her initiative. In the endgame, tactical solutions require concrete and accurate calculation.
Improve Your Chess DVD Series - Tactics: The Opening, Middlegame & Endgame
The author shows you how to: Defend and protect the weaknesses in your position and how to protect your king; Strengthen your position; Defend difficult and inferior positions: Beat off attacks, and assume the initiative; Develop counterplay using tactical and strategical methods, and much more.
Improve Your Chess DVD Series - Defense & Counterattack
This 178 minute dvd is devoted to the middlegame, twice US Chess Champion GM Patrick Wolff (1992 & 1995) demonstrates how to best formulate plans and how to evaluate chess positions. Wolff deals with a variety of topics that have an influence on the objective evaluation of a position.
Improve Your Chess DVD Series - Middlegame Planning
On this dvd, GM Edmar Mednis - a recognized authority on the endgame - teaches the viewer the fundamentals of king and pawn endings, including: the importance of king activation, zugzwang, the opposition, and king triangulation.
Improve Your Chess DVD Series - King & Pawn Endgames
Wolff deals with attacks on the castled king and attacks on the king in the center, methods for provoking weaknesses in the opponent's position and how they can be exploited and attacked, and attacks involving the sacrifice of pawns and/or pieces.
Improve Your Chess DVD Series - How to Play Winning Attacks