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E-DVD - GM Damian Lemos' Absolute Beginners Course - Over 6 Hours of Content!

There’s no need to panic or give up. All chess players were beginners at some point, including Grandmaster Damian Lemos.

With hard work, persistence and the right training, Damian was able to obtain the FIDE Master title at 14 years old, then went on to become an International Master at 15, and a Grandmaster at 18. It was a journey of pain, sacrifices, determination and triumph.

Now, GM Lemos is ready to share his chess knowledge and experience in this exclusive Lemos Absolute Beginner Chess Course — a unique, comprehensive chess foundational program for beginners around 1200 Elo rating.

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Chess for Beginners: Damian Lemos’ Absolute Beginner Chess Course

Absolute Beginners Course!


If you’re a complete beginner at chess, it might seem very simple at first – but once you go deeper and deeper you may start to feel overwhelmed with all the knowledge and concepts you need to learn and master.

Feeling dizzy studying vast chess opening theory, and still faltering within the first 10 moves?

Are you getting confused when trying to calculate seemingly endless lines in complex middlegames, only to end up in time trouble?

Missing tactical chances even in winning positions and having to settle for a mere half point?

Is that you?

There’s no need to panic or give up. All chess players were beginners at some point, including Grandmaster Damian Lemos.

With hard work, persistence and the right training, Damian was able to obtain the FIDE Master title at 14 years old, then went on to become an International Master at 15, and a Grandmaster at 18. It was a journey of pain, sacrifices, determination and triumph.

Now, GM Lemos is ready to share his chess knowledge and experience in this exclusive Lemos Absolute Beginner Chess Course — a unique, comprehensive chess foundational program for beginners around 1200 Elo rating.

Chapter Outline

  1. Basic Check Mates
  2. Types of Tactics
  3. Development 1, Development 2
  4. Basic Concepts 1, 2, 3, 4
  5. Live Game 1, Live Game 2
  6. Tactic Exercises

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

Delivery Time Immediate Delivery
Publication Date Aug 2, 2018
Runtime 6 Hours
Hardware Requirements Windows / iOS / Android


Please refer to the Downloadable Item section to the right for important compatability information

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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.

To play eDVDs, you will need to download a digital video player. We personally recommend VLC Player

 

NOTE: ALL ELECTRONIC (E) DVD SALES ARE FINAL. 

 

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eDVD FAQs


How do I download my new eDVD?

Once you have completed the purchase, you will receive an email that contains instructions on how to download your eDVD.

 

What if I don't have an email address?

Unfortunately, a working email address is required to purchase eDVDs. If you do not have a working email address, we recommend that you create a temporary email address at one of the many free email providers (hotmail.com, yahoo.com, gmail.com) and use that when you place your order. If you enter a non-working email address when making your purchase, you won't be able to download the eDVD. We are not responsible for customer orders where a non-working email address was provided during purchase.

 

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.

 

Can the eDVDs be streamed off the internet?

No, eDVDs must be downloaded in their entirety to your computer before they can be viewed.

 

What happens if I lose my eDVD?

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.

 

What is your return/refund policy?

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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