Great Masters in Chess History (2 DVD Set) - Chess Lecture - Volume 45Product Code: DVD0045CL
Content: Over 3.5 Hours of instruction and analysis in a series of 8 lectures.
Presented by International Grandmaster Bill Pachalls for chesslecture.com
Take a tour of classic games of the great masters Solomon Flohr, Rashid Nezhmetdinovm, Tony MIles, Paul Keres, Leonid Stein, Latos Portisch, David Bronstein, Vassily Smylov. Bill reviews classic games, showing each master's style, thought process and why they are considered the best of the world.
Fans on chesslecture.com said: Delightful lecture...intuitive principled sacrifices for the initiative magnificent attacking variations...and at the end a brush of finesse to wrap the tamale up. Thanks Bill!
IM Bill Pachalls currently resides in Budapest, Hungary. Bill was the Boylston Chess Club Champion 2002, finished 1st at the Foxwoods Open 2002, Two-time New England Open Champion, and has defeated more than 20 IGMs in tournament play. Bill has extensive experiences training both adults and children privately in the schools.
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