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The Complete Foxy Openings on E-DVD - VOLUMES 1-186

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Take advantage of this great offer and SAVE BIG over what you would pay if you bought these DVDs Individually! For a fraction of the regular price you will receive the COMPLETE FOXY OPENING'S on eDVD - All 186 Volumes.

 Tackle the latest theory with Foxy Openings. The Pioneering series that started it all. Now you can invite a top player into your living room and prepare to play one of his favorite openings. If you want to get consistently good positions in the opening without having to memorize mountains of theory (as even grandmasters do!) then Foxy Openings is definitely the series for you. In these videos experts reveal their own analysis and suggest new ideas for you to exploit, they also recommend and explain their favorite plans.

The Foxy Opening Complete Collection consists of 187 volumes and 400 hours of instructional videos of different openings and variations covered there is sure to be something that appeals. 


THIS IS THE SAME CONTENT YOU WOULD GET IF YOU PURCHASED ALL 187 OF THE FOXY OPENING E-DVDS - $3,730.65 VALUE

VOLUME 1 - A Complete Defence to 1. d4
VOLUME 2 - a6 Slav
VOLUME 3 - Albin Counter-Gambit
VOLUME 4 - Alekhine Defence
VOLUME 5 - Annoying d-Pawn Openings
VOLUME 6 - Anti-Flank Openings (Old Indian System)
VOLUME 7 - Anti-Kings Indian & Grunfeld System-The Barry Attack
VOLUME 8 - Beating all the Anti-Sicilian Systems
VOLUME 9 - Beating the Anti-Dutch Systems
VOLUME 10 - Beating the Kings Indian with The Bayonet Attack
VOLUME 11 - Beating the Pirc & Modern Defences The 150 Attack
VOLUME 12 - Benko Gambit Accepted
VOLUME 13 - Benko Gambit Declined
VOLUME 14 - Blackmar-Diemer Gambit
VOLUME 15 - Budapest Gambit
VOLUME 16 - c3 Sicilian
VOLUME 17 - Caro Krusher
VOLUME 18 - Caro-Kann
VOLUME 19 - Center Counter Carnage
VOLUME 20 - d4 Dynamite
VOLUME 21 - Dashing Danish
VOLUME 22 - English Defence
VOLUME 23 - f4 Sicilian
VOLUME 24 - French 1
VOLUME 25 - French 2
VOLUME 26 - Grunfeld
VOLUME 27 - Kings Gambit
VOLUME 28 - Kings Indian 1
VOLUME 29 - Kings Indian 2
VOLUME 30 - Kopec Anti-Scillian System
VOLUME 31 - Kramnik-Shirov Counterattack
VOLUME 32 - Leningrad Dutch
VOLUME 33 - McCutcheon French
VOLUME 34 - Modern Benoni
VOLUME 35 - Modern Modern
VOLUME 36 - Morra Gambit Accepted
VOLUME 37 - Morra Gambit Declined
VOLUME 38 - Najdorf
VOLUME 39 - Nimzo-Indian Defence
VOLUME 40 - Nimzowitsch Defence (1...Nc6)
VOLUME 41 - Portuguese (1. e4 e5 2. Bb5)
VOLUME 42 - Queens Gambit
VOLUME 43 - Ruy Lopez
VOLUME 44 - Ruy Lopez - Moller Defence
VOLUME 45 - Sicilian Dragon
VOLUME 46 - Sicilicide
VOLUME 47 - Sidestep
VOLUME 48 - Stonewall Dutch
VOLUME 49 - Strangling The Sicilian with 2.d3
VOLUME 50 - Torre Attack
VOLUME 51 - Trompowski
VOLUME 52 - Trompowski-Main Line
VOLUME 53 - Trompowski-Pseudo
VOLUME 54 - Trompowski Success
VOLUME 55 - Untamed Chigorin
VOLUME 56 - Win with 1...d6 Part 1
VOLUME 57 - Win with 1...d6 Part 2
VOLUME 58 - Combat Chess #1 : Ten Lethal Weapons
VOLUME 59 - Combat Chess #2 All Out Attack :
VOLUME 60 - Dirty Tricks #1
VOLUME 61 - Dirty Tricks #2
VOLUME 62 - 21st Century Secret Weapons #1
VOLUME 63 - 21st Century Secret Weapons #2
VOLUME 64 - Better Chess Now 20:20 Calculation
VOLUME 65 - Better Chess Now Positional Inspiration
VOLUME 66 - Better Chess Now Attack With Confidence
VOLUME 67 - Better Chess Now Endings - The Essentials
VOLUME 68 - Kasparov's Deadly Weapon - The Scotch Game
VOLUME 69 - Fischer's Deadly Weapon - Exchange Ruy Lopez -
VOLUME 70 - Larsen's Deadly Weapon Repertoire - Take your Opponent Out of Theory
VOLUME 71 - 20 Deadly Sicilian Shockers
VOLUME 72 - Learn the Opening 1-2-3
VOLUME 73 - Learn the Middlegame 1-2-3
VOLUME 74 - Learn the Endgame 1-2-3
VOLUME 75 - The London System
VOLUME 76 - The Hippo
VOLUME 77 - Sicilian Kan
VOLUME 78 - Nimzo-Indian
VOLUME 79 - Kings Gambit Part 1
VOLUME 80 - Kings Gambit Part 2
VOLUME 81 - The Lion
VOLUME 82 - The Sveshnikov Sicilian - Part 1
VOLUME 83 - The Sveshnikov Sicilian - Part 2
VOLUME 84 - The Basic Principles - Checkmates and Elements of Chess
VOLUME 85 - Essential Chess Tactics Easily Explained
VOLUME 86 - Dynamics of Strategy and How to Create a Plan
VOLUME 87 - Attack Defense Space Time Easily Explained
VOLUME 88 - Endgames Self-Training
VOLUME 89 - The Baltic Defence
VOLUME 90 - The Von-Hennig Schara Gambit
VOLUME 91 - A Repertoire for Black Against Unusual Openings
VOLUME 92 - The English Opening for the Average Player
VOLUME 93 - The Modern Stonewall Dutch
VOLUME 94 - A Modern Opening Repertoire for White using the Scotch
VOLUME 95 - The Blumenfeld Gambit
VOLUME 96 - The Petroff
VOLUME 97 - Queens Gambit Accepted for Black
VOLUME 98 - The Grunfeld for the Club Player VOLUME 1
VOLUME 99 - The Grunfeld for the Club Player VOLUME 2
VOLUME 100 - The Modern Scandinavian & Icelandic Carnage
VOLUME 101 - Adventures in the Main Line Winawer
VOLUME 102 - A French Repertoire in the Tarrasch and Advance Variations
VOLUME 103 - A French Repertoire in the Exchange and Kings Indian Attack Variations
VOLUME 104 - Accelerated Dragon - A Sharp and Solid System to Play Against the Marozcy Bind
VOLUME 105 - Accelerated Dragon Easily Explained
VOLUME 106 - Ths Sokolsky Opening - 1.b4
VOLUME 107 - Beating the Queens Gambit with the Semi-Slav Triangle Defence
VOLUME 108 - Modern Defence Repertoire for Black Part 1
VOLUME 109 - Modern Defence Repertoire for Black Part 2
VOLUME 110 - Modern Defence Repertoire for Black Part 3
VOLUME 111 - Kings Indian Attack Easily Explained
VOLUME 112 - Complete Repetoire Against White's Anti-Sicilian Systems Easily Explained Part 1
VOLUME 113 - Complete Repetoire Against White's Anti-Sicilian Systems Easily Explained Part 2
VOLUME 114 - 10 Easy Ways to Get Better at Chess - Novice
VOLUME 115 - 10 Easy Ways to Get Better at Chess - Intermediate
VOLUME 116 - 10 Easy Ways to Get Better at Chess - Advanced
VOLUME 117 - The Modern Italian Game
VOLUME 118 - The Two Knights Defense
VOLUME 119 - Anti-Gambit Guide for 1. e4
VOLUME 120 - Anti-Gambit Guide for 1. d4
VOLUME 121 -Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian Vol. 1
VOLUME 122 - Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian Vol. 2
VOLUME 123 - Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian Vol. 3
VOLUME 124 - The Dynamic Pirc Defence - The Austrian Attack - Part 1
VOLUME 125 - The Dynamic Pirc Defence - g3 systems,Bg5,and Bf4 - Part 2
VOLUME 126 - The Dynamic Pirc Defence - The Classical - Part 3
VOLUME 127 - Veresov's Opening: Aggressive White Repetoire for The Attacking Player
VOLUME 128 - Crushing Black with The c3 Sicilian - Part 1
VOLUME 129 - Crushing Black with The c3 Sicilian - Part 2
VOLUME 130 - Crushing Black with The c3 Sicilian - Part 3
VOLUME 131 - Crushing Black with The c3 Sicilian - Part 4
VOLUME 132 - Crushing Black with The c3 Sicilian - Part 5
VOLUME 133 - Unorthodox Caro-Kann by IM Andrew Martin
VOLUME 134 - The White Sniper 1.g6, Bg2, c4
VOLUME 135 - Stonewall and Colle-Zukertort Systems
VOLUME 136 - The Sniper Vol. 1
VOLUME 137 - The Sniper Vol. 2
VOLUME 138 - The Sniper Vol. 3
VOLUME 139 - The Sniper Vol. 4
VOLUME 140 - The Sicilian Dragon Series Vol 1
VOLUME 141 - The Sicilian Dragon Series Vol 2
VOLUME 142 - The Sicilian Dragon Series Vol 3
VOLUME 143 - The Sicilian Dragon Series Vol 4
VOLUME 144 - Easy to Learn Step by Step Strategies on How To Think and Play Like a Grandmaster
VOLUME 145 - Winning Repertoire for Black Against 1. d4.. Black Plays 1... d5
VOLUME 146 - Part 1 - Winning Repertoire for Black Against 1. e4.. Black Plays 1... e5
VOLUME 147 - Part 2 - Winning Repertoire for Black Against 1. e4.. Black Plays 1... e5 - PART 2
VOLUME 148 - The Deadly Scotch
VOLUME 149 - White Repertoire Against the Sicilian, Center-Counter and Pirc
VOLUME 150 - White Repertoire Against The French, Caro-Kann, and Alekhine
VOLUME 151 - Crushing Black With The Deadly Ponziani
VOLUME 152 - How to Think And Play the Chess Openings Like a GrandMaster
VOLUME 153 - The St. George Defence
VOLUME 154 - The Classical French
VOLUME 155 - Winning with the Queen's Gambit Repertoire for White - Vol. 1
VOLUME 156 - Winning with the Queen's Gambit Repertoire for White - Vol. 2
VOLUME 157 - Winning with the Queen's Gambit Repertoire for White - Vol. 3
VOLUME 158 - Blackmar-Diemer Carnage
VOLUME 159 - Vienna Gambit
VOLUME 160 - The SNIPER - VOL. 6
VOLUME 161 - Time Saving Tips for the Chessplayer to Study
VOLUME 162 - Winning with The Dynamic Caro-Kann
VOLUME 163 - Crushing Opening Traps The Budapest Fajarowicz Gambit
VOLUME 164 - Opening Ideas and Techniques for Young and Improving Players - VOLUME 1
VOLUME 165 - Opening Ideas and Techniques for Young and Improving Players - VOLUME 2
VOLUME 166 - Learn Chess in 1 Hour - For Beginners
VOLUME 167 - Secret Weapons in the Exchange Ruy Lopez
VOLUME 168 - Albin Counter Gambit - Part 1
VOLUME 169 - Albin Counter Gambit - Part 2
VOLUME 170 - The Colle System for the Tournament Player - Part 1
VOLUME 171 - The Colle System for the Tournament Player - Part 2
VOLUME 172 - Kasparov's Killer Scotch for the Tournament Player - Part 1
VOLUME 173 - Kasparov's Killer Scotch for the Tournament Player - Part 2
VOLUME 174 - Kasparov's Killer Scotch for the Tournament Player - Part 3
VOLUME 175 - Play the London System Like Kamsky and Kramnik - PART 1
VOLUME 176 - Play the London System Like Kamsky and Kramnik - PART 2
VOLUME 177 - Play the London System Like Kamsky and Kramnik - PART 3
VOLUME 178 - Dominate The Endgames - Like 13 World Champions - VOL. 1
VOLUME 179 - Dominate The Endgames - Ghenrikh Kasparyan - VOL. 2
VOLUME 180 - Dominate The Endgames - Bernhard Horwitz - VOL. 3
VOLUME 181 - 1. e4 d6 Black Repertoire for the Tournament Player - Part 1
VOLUME 182 - 1. e4 d6 Black Repertoire for the Tournament Player - Part 2
VOLUME 183 - A Shock Weapon Against The Sicilian for The Tournament player
VOLUME 184 - Dynamic Lines For Black Against The London, Trompowsky & Torre For the Tournament Player
VOLUME 185 - An IM Step by Step Guide On How to Access Any Position & Create a Plan - PART 1
VOLUME 186 - An IM Step by Step Guide On How to Access Any Position & Create a Plan - PART 2



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Host IM Andrew Martin
Delivery Time Available Within 1 Business Day
Popular Collections Foxy Openings
Publication Date Sep 24, 2019
Runtime Over 400 hours
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