Die offenen Spiele - Ein ausführlicher Überblick

The open games - A detailed overview

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Autor: Souleidis, Georgios
Verlag: ChessBase
Erscheinungsjahr: 2018
Sprache: German

After the moves 1.e4 e5, the open games begin. The name comes from the fact that in many cases the position in the center opens up quickly and enemy contact is established. This applies, for example, to the Scotch Game, the Two Knights Game in the second move or the venerable King's Gambit. The most important openings, however, are the Italian Game and the Spanish Game, which often move more slowly. International Master Georgios Souleidis presents these and all other relevant ways of playing after 1.e4 e5 in 36 videos on this DVD.

He discusses the main variations in particular and explains the common plans and ideas from both white and black's perspective. He also analyses the open games with more variations in 36 articles in text format (pgn). The videos serve as an introduction to the respective opening and contain interactive tasks to apply what has been learned directly. The articles are more detailed and serve to deepen knowledge. In addition, the author has put together carefully selected sample games for each opening by top grandmasters and correspondence chess experts, which start exactly where the variations in the videos and articles end. The level of difficulty increases from video to video in parallel with the relevance of the opening. The DVD is designed to be particularly suitable for ambitious young people and amateurs who want to play one of the openings presented on the DVD, but also for stronger players who use the material on the DVD as a basis to then delve deeper into an opening. Of course, the DVD is also suitable for those who have always wanted a comprehensive overview of the open games on a DVD.

• Video game time: 9 hours (German)
• Interactive test with video feedback
• Extra: Papers as database and PDF
• With ChessBase Reader

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