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E-DVD The B6 Files - A Hypermodern System Aiming To Attack the Center from the Sides - Chess Lecture - Volume 121

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GM Jesse Kraai gets us over the tired notion that everything worth playing has already been played. In this series Jesse reviews how to use 1 b6… against various openings including Reti Nf3 b6, English Defense 1.d4 e6 3.c4 b6, Kings Pawn 1.e4, English 1.c4 and the Birds 1.f4.
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Content: 66 minutes of instruction and analysis in a series of 4 lectures. 

 

GM Jesse Kraai gets us over the tired notion that everything worth playing has already been played. In this series Jesse reviews how to use 1 b6… against various openings including Reti Nf3 b6, English Defense 1.d4 e6 3.c4 b6, Kings Pawn 1.e4, English 1.c4 and the Birds 1.f4.

 

Members of ChessLecture.com rated this series a 3.73 out of 5   


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ISBN 885007544203
Delivery Time Available Within 1 Business Day
Popular Collections ChessLecture.com DVDs
Publication Date Mar 25, 2015
Runtime 1 hour
Hardware Requirements Works on All Platforms (MP4 Format)
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