USB Flash Drive with 120 Chess Videos (MP4 Format 30GB)


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Includes the following:

The entire Grandmaster Video Collection 1-18 Magazine series 24 hours of content

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 1-4: GM DVD Brilliance!

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 5: Anand, Kasparov, Short, Yusupov, and Ivanchuk

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 6: Shirov Games, Games against Bareev and Zhuravliov

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 7: Dortmund 1992 / Kasparov Short 1994 WCC Semi-Finals

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 8: Fischer-Spassky 1992 Rematch

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 9: Kasparov-Short 1993 World Championship Match

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 10: Intel Grand Prix MOSCOW 1994 Kasparov, Anand, Short

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 11: Intel Grand Prix N.Y. Kasparov, Kramnik, Ivanchuk

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 12: Intel Grand Prix LONDON 1994 World Championship

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 13: Intel Grand Prix Paris 1994- Finals

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 14: Moscow 1995 Knock-out Chess as Kasparov, Anand, Kramnik

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 15: N.Y. 1995 Knock-out Chess as Kasparov, Anand, Kramnik

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 16: London 1995 Knock-out Chess as Kasparov, Anand, Kramnik

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 17: Paris 1995 Knock-out Chess as Kasparov, Anand, Kramnik

Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 18: Intel World Championship Knock-out

Includes Games pgn from the Collection

Kasparov My Story Collection over 16 hours 10 digital mp4 files

Garry Kasparov My Story Part 1 – Teenage Prodigy (90 mins)

Garry Kasparov My Story Part 2 – Joining the Elite (113 mins)

Garry Kasparov My Story Part 3 – Rebels and Renegades (85 mins)

Garry Kasparov My Story Part 4 – Hitting The Wall (111 mins)

Garry Kasparov My Story Part 5 – Rite of Passage (89 mins)

Karpov-Kasparov 1984/85 (100 mins)

Kasparov-Karpov 198 (91 mins)

Kasparov-Karpov 1990 (91 mins)

Kasparov-Short 1993 WCC Live footage (144 mins)

Kasparov-Anand 1995 World Championship (150 mins

World Champion Karpov Collection

World Champion Karpov Collection Digital over 13.5 hours

Karpov’s Anti-English Crunch (45 mins)

Karpov & Roman’s Russian School of Chess Openings Essentials (52 mins)

Karpov & Roman’s Russian School of Chess Middle Game Essentials (52 mins)

Karpov & Romans Russian School of Chess Endgame Essentials (60 mins)

Karpov’s Best Games vol 1 – Karpov (82 mins)

Karpov’s Best Games vol 2 – Karpov (3h 5 mins)

Karpov’s Best Games vol 3 – Karpov (90 mins)

Karpov’s Best Games vol 4 – Karpov (95 mins)

Karpov on Fischer vol 1 (51 mins)

Karpov on Fischer vol 2 (82 mins)

Karpov on Fischer vol 3 (89 mins)

Karpov Caro-Kann in Black and White (51 mins)

Shirov’s Best Games Collection over 13 hours

Shirov’s Best Games vol 1 – Shirov (118 mins)

Shirov’s Best Games vol 2 – Shirov (104 mins)

Shirov’s Best Games vol 3 – Shirov (90 mins)

Shirov’s Best Games vol 4 – Shirov (90 mins)

Shirov’s Best Games vol 5 – Shirov (97 mins)

Shirov-Kramnik 1998 WCC vol 1 – Shirov (128 mins)

Shirov-Kramnik 1998 WCC vol 2 – Shirov (127 mins)

Shirov’s Best Endgames – Shirov (115 mins)

GM Mednis, GM Wolff & IM Kopec Collection

King and Pawn Endgames – Mednis (108 mins)

Rook and Pawn Endgames – Mednis (114 mins)

Middlegame Analysis – Mednis (120 mins)

Tactics, Middle & Endgame – Mednis (120 mins)

Defence and Counterattack – Wolff (116 mins)

How To Play Winning Attacks – Wolff (105 mins)

Middlegame Planning – Wolff (92 mins)

How To Analyze a Chess Position – Kopec (120 mins)

How To Visualize Chess Combinations – Kopec (159 mins)

Pawn Structures and How To Play Them – Kopec (120 mins)

Opening Pawn Structures Advanced Concepts vol 1 (120 mins)

Opening Pawn Structures Advanced Concepts vol 2 (121 mins)

The Kopec System c3 Beating The Sicilian (149 mins)

The Sicilian Najdorf Collection 10 hours

Mr. Six Time! vol 1 – Walter Browne (110 mins)

Mr. Six Time! vol 2 – Walter Browne (118 mins)

Play Najdorf The Anti-Sicilian Systems vol 1 – Walter Browne (78 mins)

Play The Sicilian Najdorf vol 2 – Walter Browne (57 mins)

Foxy 38 Najdorf – Nigel Davies (75 mins)

Foxy 188 Learn The Najdorf in 1 hour – Andrew Martin (70 mins)

Roman’s Lab 104 Amazing Tactical Possibilities in The Najdorf (89 mins)

Duels of The Mind (4 volumes)

Originally broadcast on Thames television in 1989 this 4 DVD set features all 12 programs making up Keene's selection of the twelve best games of chess. Running time: 6 hours.

To introduce the games, Keene describes the players and the times they lived in, giving many amusing and startling facts, and illustrating the whole with photographs and snatches of film.

DVD 1: Anderssen - Kieseritsky (1851), Paulsen - Morphy (1857) & Zukertort - Blackburne (1883)

DVD 2: Steinitz - Chigorin (1892), Pillsbury - Lasker (1896) & Bernstein - Capablanca (1914)

DVD 3: Bogolyubov - Alekhine (1922), Samisch - Nimzovitcb (1923) & Botvinnik - Capablanca (1938)

DVD 4: Larsen - Spassky (1970), Fischer - Spassky (1972) & Karpov - Kasparov (1985)

The DVDs feature the player's own remarks and have an overall commentary by GM Ray Keene.

Great British Chess Triumphs (2 volumes)

DVD One:

Miles beat Karpov (1983)

Miles beats Karpov in a brilliant cliffhanger but was then derived from his moment of glory when BBC technicians went on strike and refused to screen the game. Impala has now located long lost footage of this incredible win in archives in Berlin and for the first time, this historic Black win by Miles is presented to the chess-playing public.

Speelman beats Kasparov (1989)

Running time: 2 hours +

DVD Two:

Running time: 2 hours +

Short beats Kasparov I (1987)

Short beats Kasparov II (1987)

Play Like Kasparov & Short by Keene 1&2

Romans Forum Complete Chess Course Vol. 1-28 (21 hours)

Mastering The Endgame Part 1

Featuring

Armed with Pawn Endgame Essentials

GM Dzindzichashvili teaches the important aspects of elementary pawn endgames including the opposition, and positions with pawn breakthroughs, outside passed pawns, potential outside passed pawns, and protected passed pawns.

Minor Piece Endgame Weapons

GM Dzindzichashvili discusses the general principles of play in bishop endgames including bishops of opposite color endings.

Pounding a Material Advantage

GM Dzindzichashvili presents the important theoretical positions that arise in endgames where one side has a material advantage, for example, Q v R; R v B; R v N; R v P; B + RP ("wrong-colored" queening square); N v P; and other material imbalances where zugzwang or stalemate (or avoidance of stalemate) are important factors.

Pulverizing Pawn EndgamesGM Dzindzichashvili examines the tactical aspects of certain pawn endgames - ones that do not adhere to simple generalizations but instead involve accurate calculation in their resolution. Examples include the Reti Maneuver, stalemate themes, zugzwangs, gain and loss of tempo, relative king activity. This tape is an advanced sequel to Armed with Pawn Endgame Essentials.

Pummeling Success in Unbalanced Endgames

GM Dzindzichashvili examines the correct technique and calculation in the endgame using examples from grandmaster play. Examples include R + P endgames; K + P endgames; bishop of opposite color endings; and unbalanced positions where concrete calculation and formulation of a winning plan is paramount.

Running time: 4 hours 10 minutes

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Roman's Lab 30: Master The Endgame series Part 2

Featuring

Rolling with Rooks and Pawns

GM Dzindzichashvili teaches the basic principles of elementary rook endgames including the critical theoretical R + P v R positions that are essential knowledge for all chessplayers (e.g., the Lucena and Philidor positions).

Shattering Minor Piece Endings

GM Dzindzichashvili further examines bishops of opposite color endings and discusses the general principles of play in B v N endgames.

Slashing Advanced Endgame Tactics

GM Dzindzichashvili analyzes several beautiful drawing resources in endgames which are apparently easy wins for the side with the material advantage. All of these examples are optically and esthetically satisfying, as the "losing side" pulls off the draw - seemingly against all odds and often in incredible fashion.

Storming Victory in Irregular Endgames

GM Dzindzichashvili discusses endgames with material imbalances including a defense based on fortresses in positions with Q v 2 minor pieces; Q (+ P) v R (+P); endgames with the advantage of the Exchange; bishops of opposite color endgames; B v N endgames; N v Ps; R v Ps.

Warring Endgame Tactics

GM Dzindzichashvili examines tactical solutions (including decoy, stalemate, perpetual mate threats) in certain endgames of type R v P and R v Ps; bishops of opposite color endings; N + P v B; pawn endings; and R + B v R.

Running time: 4 hours 10 minutes

Featuring

The Dragon's Accelerated Return

This DVD expands on the Black opening repertoire recommended by GM Dzindzichashvili - indeed the Accelerated Dragon not only takes its own place within that repertoire but may also be reached when White declines the Dzindzi Indian Defense by playing an early e2-e4.

The Dragon's Accelerated Battle Over the Maroczy Bind

More analysis and recommendations for Black by GM Dzindzichashvili in the Accelerated Dragon concentrating on Black's options after White establishes the Maroczy Bind with c2-c4.

Running time: 2 hours

Mastering The Opening Forum Series A Repertoire For Black Part 2.

Dzindzi Indian Defense

GM Dzindzichashvili explains the strategic and tactical nuances of an original Black defensive system beginning with 1.d4 g6 2.c4 Bg7 3.Nc3 c5 4.d5 Bxc3+!? 5.bxc3 f5 developed from the grandmaster's own tournament practice.

Unstoppable Benoni Attacks

In a companion DVD to Dzindzi Indian Defense, the author examines the consequences of White's attempts to avoid the sequence 1.d4 g6 2.c4 Bg7 3.Nc3 c5 4.d5 Bxc3!? Transpositions to Benoni-like structures (the Dzindzi-Benoni!?) and certain variations of the Pirc/Modern complex are explored from Black's perspective.

Running time: 1 hour 46 minutes

Scotch Giuoco Piano Part 1

Featuring

An Original System For Grinding the Sicilian Defense

Tired of losing your way in all of the theory of the Open Sicilian?? Let GM Dzindzichashvili introduce you to a sound positional method of combatting this most fearsome of Black's answers to 1.e4. Play centers around the line 1.e4 c5 2.Nc3 Nc6 3.f4 and a Black doubled c-pawn complex.

Crushing Lines Against Pirc, French, Caro-Kann & Alekhine Defenses

GM Dzindzichashvili explores new ideas for White in lines against the French Winawer (1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3 Bb4 4.e5 c5 and now 5.Bd2), the Caro-Kann (using the Panov Attack), the Pirc (White system with Be3/h3) and Alekhine's Defense (1.e4 Nf6 2.e5 Nd5 3.c4 Nb6 4.c5 Nd5 and now 5.Nc3).

New White Secrets Against The Two Knights Defense

GM Dzindzichashvili analyses the Two Knights Defense from White's perspective, concentrating on his new ideas in the system 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4 Nf6 4.d4 exd4 5.e5.

Scotch Gambit - Giuoco Piano: Win Either Way

GM Dzindzichashvili completes his opening repertoire recommendations for players of the White pieces by examining some old but potent variations of the Giuoco Piano and Scotch Gambit. This DVD nicely compliments (but can be viewed independently of) New White Secrets Against The Two Knights Defense.

Running time: 2 hours 50 minutes

The Nimzo Indian Defense

Romans Original D4 Repotoire for White

Featuring

Blunting the D4 Dagger

GM Dzindzichashvili completes his new Black repertoire against 1.d4 by providing the viewer with methods for combating various White systems such as the Trompowsky, the London, the Torre, and the Colle.

Butchering the Gruenfeld

In his new White repertoire for the 1.d4 player, GM Dzindzichashvili provides the viewer with a number of methods for meeting the Gruenfeld. He offers the player with the White pieces the option of meeting the Gruenfeld with a kingside fianchetto (g2-g3, followed by Bf1-g2) or playing systems involving Bc1-g5 or Bc1-f4.

Queen's Gambit Guillotined

In this video, GM Dzindzichashvili prepares the viewer to handle the White side of the Queen's Gambit. The primary focus of his investigations is the Exchange Variation and his recommendations for meeting the Tarrasch Defense.

Queen's Indian Massacred

In this DVD, GM Dzindzichashvili prepares the viewer to handle the White side of the Queen's Indian Defense with the move 4.Bg5. He also deals with his recommendation for White against the Bogo Indian Defense (he likes 4.Bd2), and what to do when Black steers the game into a Benoni Defense with 3...c5.

The King's Indian Assassination

In his new White repertoire for the 1.d4 player, GM Dzindzichashvili provides the viewer with a system for meeting the King's Indian Defense based on a development scheme with Bc1-f4 followed by e2-e3.

Running time: 4 hours 32 minutes

A Repertoire for Black to meet The Queens Gambit

Featuring

The Contemporary Shield of the Nimzo Indian

GM Dzindzichashvili continues his coverage of the Nimzo-Indian Defense from Black's perspective, examining systems such as the Saemich Variation (4.a3), the 4.f3 Variation, and important "anti-Huebner" systems such as the Rubenstein (4.e3 c5 5.Nge2), and the Petrosian (4.e3 c5 5.Bd3 Nc6 6.Nge2).

The Legendary Shield of the Nimzo Indian

GM Dzindzichashvili provides the viewer with a solid Black repertoire based on the Huebner variation of the Nimzo-Indian Defense. In this video, he also covers (from Black's perspective) coverage of the 4.Nf3 Variation (followed by g2-g3) and the Leningrad Variation (4.Bg5).

Ambushed by the Bogo Indian

GM Dzindzichashvili provides the viewer with a compliment to his Nimzo-Indian repertoire as he shows the viewer how to deal with 3.Nf3 by employing the Bogo Indian (3...Bb4+). His recommended lines for Black involve variations beginning with 4.Bd2 Qe7, and 4.Nbd2 0-0.

Running time: 2 hours 32 minutes

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The Nimzo Indian Defense

Romans Original D4 Repertoire for White

Featuring

Blunting the D4 Dagger

GM Dzindzichashvili completes his new Black repertoire against 1.d4 by providing the viewer with methods for combating various White systems such as the Trompowsky, the London, the Torre, and the Colle.

Butchering the Gruenfeld

In his new White repertoire for the 1.d4 player, GM Dzindzichashvili provides the viewer with a number of methods for meeting the Gruenfeld. He offers the player with the White pieces the option of meeting the Gruenfeld with a kingside fianchetto (g2-g3, followed by Bf1-g2) or playing systems involving Bc1-g5 or Bc1-f4.

Queen's Gambit Guillotined

In this video, GM Dzindzichashvili prepares the viewer to handle the White side of the Queen's Gambit. The primary focus of his investigations is the Exchange Variation and his recommendations for meeting the Tarrasch Defense.

Queen's Indian Massacred

In this DVD, GM Dzindzichashvili prepares the viewer to handle the White side of the Queen's Indian Defense with the move 4.Bg5. He also deals with his recommendation for White against the Bogo Indian Defense (he likes 4.Bd2), and what to do when Black steers the game into a Benoni Defense with 3...c5.

The King's Indian Assassination

In his new White repertoire for the 1.d4 player, GM Dzindzichashvili provides the viewer with a system for meeting the King's Indian Defense based on a development scheme with Bc1-f4 followed by e2-e3.

Running time: 4 hours 32 minutes

Bobby Fischer DVD Series: My Chess Battles with Fischer: Volumes 1 and 2

150 minutes

This two-part DVD is dedicated to the study of Pals most interesting chess games played against the legendary US World Champion Bobby Fischer, two-time World Championship Candidate GM Pal Benko presents analysis to the following games: Benko-Fischer, Portoroz Interzonal 1958 Benko-Fischer, Candidates Tournament 1959 Benko-Fischer, Buenos Aires 1960 Fischer-Benko, US Championship 1959. Candidates Tournament 1962, andU.S. Championship 1966.

Krushing Attacks Part 1 & 2 by Irina Krush

Irina Krush 166 minutes 1 dvd

In her debut instructional chess DVD, the dynamic young chess talent Irina Krush analyzes some of her best games and super combinations from her young but rapidly ascending chess career. A chess master at the age of twelve, this vivacious and energetic young woman is blazing a trail for young American chessplayers everywhere. No aspiring junior chessplayer will want to be without this chess video! In her second instructional chess DVD, the rising young chess star Irina Krush (at 14 years of age, America's top female junior chessplayer) analyzes and discusses some of her best-attacking games and her most decisive and deadly combinations from the period 1997-1998. A chess master at the age of twelve, this vivacious and energetic young woman is blazing a trail for young American chessplayers everywhere. No aspiring junior chessplayer will want to be without this chess DVD..

American Chess Princesses! - IM Irina Krush Vol.1 and 2

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with Irina Krush, Elina Groberman, Laura Ross & Shirley Ben-Dak. In a special chess DVD, four of America's young female chess stars present some of their best games from the 1997 FIDE World Youth Championships held in Cannes, France with the assistance of their coach - GM Ron Henley.

No chessplayer will want to be without this chess DVD which stars Irina Krush (1998 US Women's Chess Champion!), Elina Groberman (2000 US Women's Co-Champion), Laura Ross, and Shirley Ben-Dak! America's Chess Princesses have made a chess DVD that can be enjoyed by players of all ages.

Total approximate running time: 171 minutes

Blitz & Blindfold Challenge Match DVD by GM James Plaskett & GM David Norwood

60 minutes

On this DVD, two of England's young chess grandmasters - GM James Plaskett and GM David Norwood test their chess skills against one another in a match with an unusual format - featuring Blitz Chess and Blindfold Chess.

The grandmaster's voice over their thoughts and analysis during the game with additional commentary provided by English IM Andrew Martin. Entertaining and instructive, this unusual video provides a glimpse into the inner workings and machinations of the mind of a grandmaster during play!

Foxy Opening 190 The Scholars Mate, Queen h5 Attack - 2 hour 30 min

an unorthodox chess opening characterized by the moves: 1 e4 e5 2 Qh5.

We will see Magnus Carlsen and Hikaru Nakamura on this DVD. They seem quite happy to play 2 Qh5. Why not join them?

It’s a shock weapon and has the advantage of being better than it looks. There is hardly any theory. The opponent might feel uncomfortable facing such a move. It’s almost as if Black is suddenly expected to win with White playing like a beginner. The pressure is suddenly on. Easy traps that Black can fall into, especially in 5-minute games. If Black avoids getting mated in the opening White still has a solid game and Black will be left is left to his own resources and most likely unfamiliar positions.

Not everyone can cope with this type of unusual pressure.

Used at the right time against the right opponent, 2 Qh5 can have a devastating effect. Let FIDE Senior Trainer and IM Andrew Martin show you how. (Free Bonus intro to Colle by Susan Polgar)

Foxy Opening 191 Jobava London for The Tournament Player – 3 hours

It is rare in the computer era that an entirely new opening system is discovered. Yet this is the case with the Jobava London System.

The opening is a fusion of the Veresov and London Systems, where White combines Nc3 and Bf4. Unclear and sharp positions arise from the beginning of the game.

In 2020 it is not just the inventor, Georgian GM Baadur Jobava, who is using this system with success. Magnus Carlsen and Nakumara have taken a liking to the idea. Because of their support many other Grandmasters are blazing the new trail like Simon Williams who has been a major contributor to the success of this opening. There are no books even written on the subject so this will be a surprise weapon.

Just following the recommended moves can lead to sharp attacks and crushing wins right out of the opening. Caruana and even Kasparov have fallen victim from attacks that seem to come out of nowhere!

On this all-new Foxy Openings DVD, IM Andrew Martin introduces you to the opening and then gives repertoire recommendations. You can surprise opponents with this obscure system and have every chance of working up a quick attack. It’s a perfect opening for all players.

You will be surprised how effective this opening can be.

Roman Labs vol 118 Scotch & New Ideas 1 hour 39 min

Roman Labs vol 119 Nimzo & Bogo Indian 1 hour 10 mins

Master Chess 8000 Chess Playing program and Database

Ilya Gurevich Best Games 1 hour 15 mins

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