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E-DVD Dominating Open Positions with GM Victor Mikhalevski

Product Code: E-DVD0036TCW

Description

Open positions are perhaps the most common types of positions at chess. Many amateur players prefer open positions to closed ones because they think open positions are easier to understand and to play.


Even though open positions may appear more pleasing, it is very important to understand the general rules of how these positions must be treated. If these rules are neglected, the chances of getting into trouble skyrocket.


That’s exactly why Grandmasters don’t mind playing open positions against the amateurs. Grandmasters know the general concepts and simple algorithms that pretty much win open positions on an auto-pilot. Simple, elegant, and easy wins. If you look at chess statistics, most of the decisive games occur in open/semi-open positions.


What does that mean for you?


That means it is very important to know how to play the open positions, otherwise you are risking getting the odds not in your favor. I’m sure you don’t want that to happen.


A good understanding of the open positions allows to:

  • Rapidly brainstorm for plans and ideas leading to a powerful attack
  • Instantly understand where and how your pieces should be positioned to be most effective
  • Implement safety measures which reduce the possibility of becoming “on the defending side”
  • Evaluate the opponent’s position for weaknesses
  • Obtain an initiative and turn it into a clear win


It sounds like a lot of things and it really is. Learning how to play the open positions on your own is a bumpy road. Our goal is to make the learning process as simple and
straightforward as possible. That’s why we have invited the world-class specialist GM Victor Mikhalevski to teach you secrets of winning in the open positions.


In this 3 hour video course GM Mikhalevski will show you how the most elite chess players think and play in open positions.  GM Mikhalevski will share his expertise by analyzing the games of world’s best players such as Magnus Carlsen, Baadur Jobava, Ian Nepomniachtchi, etc.


After carefully studying this video course and going through the exercises, your understanding of open positions will greatly increase. That, in turn, will convert into a healthy gain of rating points.



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About eDVDs

 

The House of Staunton now offers a convenient eDVD option for all of our DVD media titles Rather than having to wait for an item to be delivered to you, you can now buy an eDVD and enjoy it on your computer. Downloading an eDVD also allows you to conserve physical space, allowing you to keep your Chess Library with you wherever you go, without having to carry around dozens or hundreds of DVDs.

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What format is the eDVD?

The eDVD is in a standard video format and will play on any computer. It has been tested on all versions of Microsoft Windows.

 

How large is the eDVD?

eDVD files can be quite large, between 300 Megabyte and 1 Gigabyte (depending on length of DVD). The longer the DVD, the larger the file size. With a typical high-speed internet connection, it can be downloaded in less than 5 minutes.

 

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Our file transfer system allows you to download the eDVD up to 5 times. Should you lose your eDVD, you can click on the link in the email and download the eDVD again.

 

Should I keep the email with instructions on downloading my new eDVD?

YES! Should you accidentally delete your eDVD, you will need the link in the email to download it again. If you lose the email with instructions, you will have to repurchase the eDVD again. We recommend bookmarking the link in your web browser for easier access.

 

Is copying the eDVD illegal?

Yes! When you purchase an eDVD, it is for your personal (non-commercial) use only. You do not have permission to copy it and distribute it. This is illegal and distributing it would be against the law.

 

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Due to the nature of the Electronic DVD (eDVD) item, eDVD purchases are not eligible for return or refund under any circumstances.

 

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Product Details

Manufacturer The Chess World
Delivery Time Immediate Delivery
Popular Collections The Chess World
Publication Date May 1, 2018
Runtime 3 Hours 9 min
Hardware Requirements Works on both Windows and Mac-based Computers

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