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[MULTI] Five Kasparov Chessbase Tutorials
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His rise to the top was meteoric and at his very first attempt he managed to become World Champion - if one does not count the aborted title match of 1984 as a failure. He is the youngest World Champion of all times.
From 1985 to 2000 Kasparov kept the title - for 15 years - defending it against Anatoly Karpov, Nigel Short, and Viswanathan Anand, until he finally lost it to Vladimir Kramnik. But even as an ex-champion Kasparov dominated the international chess scene and was first on the FIDE ranking list until he withdrew from tournament chess in 2005. And in October 2012, when this DVD was recorded, his record rating of 2851 is still unsurpassed. Kasparov divides his career into three phases: his rise to the top (1973 to 1985), the time as FIDE-World Champion (1985 to 1993), and the time from the break-up with the World Chess Federation until his withdrawal from tournament chess (1993 to 2005). On this DVD Garry Kasparov recounts how he made it to the top in the years 1973 to 1985 and shows key games, which helped him to become the world's best player. His model for selecting the games is Bobby Fischer and his book "My 60 Memorable Games" - like Fischer, Kasparov did not only select games he had won. This DVD - containing 16 chapters and running for more than six hours - gives you an opportunity to follow the development of the best player in the history of chess, all told and explained by himself. You get a first hand account of crucial events from recent chess history, you can improve your chess understanding and enjoy explanations and comments from a unique and outstanding personality on and off the chess board. Video running time: 6 hours (in English)
TRAINING WITH GARRY KASPAROV
Video 1: The "Weinstein"-era Kasparov shows early games, which he played under the name Weinstein. [45 min]
Video 2: Junior tournaments Various successes in junior tournaments, qualifying for the U-16 World Junior Championships. [30 min]
Video 3: Master tournaments First steps and success in non-junior tournaments, e.g. Daugavpils 1978. [39 min]
Video 4: Kasparov's first USSR-Championship Kasparov plays his first Soviet Championship and afterwards wins the tournament in Banja Luka as unrated player. [26 min]
Video 5: World Junior Championship and the first Chess Olympiad Winning the World Junior Championship in Dortmund 1980 and playing his first Chess Olympiad in Malta. [19 min]
Video 6: First games against Karpov Team tournament in Moscow, in which Kasparov played his first games against Karpov. [16 min]
Video 7: Tilburg 1981 Landing in the middle of the field in his first super tournament in Tilburg 1981. [15 min]
Video 8: USSR-Championship in Frunze 1981 Kasparov finishes second in the USSR-Championship in Frunze 1981. [23 min]
Video 9: Bugojno 1982 Convincing victory at the tournament in Bugojno 1982. [8 min]
Video 10: Interzonal tournament Moscow Winning the Interzonal tournament in Moscow and qualifying for the candidates matches, Chess Olympiad Lucerne. [20 min]
Video 11: Candidates quarter-final against Beliavsky Winning against Beliavsky in the candidates quarter-final in Moscow 1983. [18 min]
Video 12: Chess politics and the tournament in Niksic Kasparov reports how he was eliminated from the candidates without making a single move. [19 min]
Video 13: Candidates semi-final against Korchnoi in London After the candidates semifinal finally came to pass after all Kasparov won after a hard struggle. [13 min]
Video 14: Candidates final against Smyslov The candidates final against Smyslov was not as clear-cut as the result suggests. [11 min]
Video 15: USSR against the Rest of the World, London 1985 In the match USSR against the Rest of the World Kasparov won against Timman. [10 min]
Video 16: The aborted match against Karpov Kasparov briefly talks about the circumstances of the aborted match against Karpov, Moscow 1985, and shows key games. [31 min]

The Najdorf system in the Sicilian Defence has a legendary reputation as a defensive weapon for Black. It is an opening where people often strive for a full point, instead of simply defending the position with the black pieces. Many great players have contributed to the development of this complex opening. There were two world champions who formed much of their careers using the Najdorf system as their weapon of choice against 1.e4: Bobby Fischer and Garry Kasparov celebrated spectacular successes with it. Both players used the Najdorf (pronounced "ny-dorff", rhyming with "high-dwarf") during their child prodigy years and retained it as an important part of their repertoire during their entire careers.
For Garry Kasparov this added up to experience with the Najdorf at the very highest levels of chess. For chess amateurs and professionals alike it is a great moment when the world�s leading expert shares all the secrets in his favourite opening. In part one Garry Kasparov introduces the various sub-systems of the Najdorf, including the central "Poisoned Pawn" variation. The development of each line is placed in historical perspective and examined in great depth, with Kasparov�s characteristic intensity. More than two 2.5 hours of fi rst-class private tuition. The package includes the latest ChessBase 9.0 Reader, a big reference database featuring more than 16,000 Najdorf games, as well as a complete opening book that can be used to practice what you have learnt with Fritz.
[MULTI] Five Kasparov Chessbase Tutorials
How to play the Najdorf Vol. 2 by Garry Kasparov
ISBN: 3937549781
The Najdorf system in the Sicilian Defence has a legendary reputation as a defensive weapon for Black. It is an opening where people often strive for a full point, instead of simply defending the position with the black pieces. Many great players have contributed to the development of this complex opening. There were two world champions who formed much of their careers using the Najdorf system as their weapon of choice against 1.e4: Bobby Fischer and Garry Kasparov. Both players celebrated spectacular successes with it, both used the Najdorf (pronounced „nigh-dorff", rhyming with „high-dwarf") during their child prodigy years and retained it as an important part of their repertoire during their entire careers.
For Garry Kasparov this added up to experience with the Najdorf at the very highest levels of chess. For chess amateurs and professionals alike it is a great moment when the world's leading expert shares all the secrets in his favourite opening. In part one Garry Kasparov introduced the various subsystems of the Najdorf, including the central „Poisoned Pawn" variation. Part two is devoted to the main lines against 6.Bg5 e6 7.f4. This includes the legendary Polugaevsky Variation. The DVD contains more than two hours of first-class private tuition. The package includes the latest Chess Base 9.0 Reader, a big reference database featuring all relevant Najdorf games, as well as a complete opening book that can be used to practice what you have learnt with Fritz.
[MULTI] Five Kasparov Chessbase Tutorials
How to play the Najdorf Vol. 3 by Garry Kasparov
ISBN: 3866810365
The Najdorf system in the Sicilian Defence has a legendary reputation as a defensive weapon for Black. It is an opening where people often strive for a full point, instead of simply defending the position with the black pieces. Many great players have contributed to the development of this complex opening. Two world champions formed much of their careers using the Najdorf system as their weapon of choice against 1.e4: Bobby Fischer and Garry Kasparov. Both players celebrated spectacular successes with it, both used the Najdorf (pronounced "neigh-dorff", rhyming with "high morph") during their child prodigy years and retained it as an important part of their repertoire during their entire careers. For Garry Kasparov this added up to experience with the Najdorf at the very highest levels of chess.
For chess amateurs and professionals alike it is a great moment when the world's leading expert shares all the secrets in his favourite opening. In part one Garry Kasparov introduced the various subsystems of the Najdorf, including the central „Poisoned Pawn" variation. Part two was devoted to the main lines against 6.Bg5 e6 7.f4, including the legendary Polugaevsky Variation. In Part three he examines the move 6.Be3, which is today considered the main line in the Najdorf System. The DVD contains more than five hours of first-class private tuition. The package includes the latest Chess Base 9.0 Reader, a big reference database featuring all relevant Najdorf games, as well as a complete opening book that can be used to practice what you have learnt with Fritz.
[MULTI] Five Kasparov Chessbase Tutorials
How to play the Queen's Gambit by Garry Kasparov
ISBN: 3937549064
Wherever he appears, chess fans gather in crowds. Garry Kasparov is the strongest chess player of our time - and a great personality who can represent the sport like no other chess professional. Now Kasparov comes into your home and shares with you his knowledge of one of the great openings in chess. Garry Kasparov took to the Queen's Gambit at a relatively late stage of his chess career, but then had the best training anyone could imagine: in his first match for the world championship against Anatoly Karpov, this opening appeared on the board no less than 19 times. Now he shares his knowledge with you. With great eloquence Kasparov speaks about variations and ideas of the Classical Queen's Gambit, the basics of which were laid by the champions of their times - Steinitz, Lasker, Rubinstein, Capablanca and Alekhine.
Kasparov does not just work through the variations one by one - fl uent transitions make the chess students understand the ideas and see new connections. Even people who don't actually play this opening will benefit enormously from Kasparov's explanations, learning from this genius's vast knowledge of the game and his views on chess history. More than three hours of first-class private tuition. The package includes the latest ChessBase 9.0 Reader, a big reference database featuring more than 100,000 Queen's Gambit games, as well as a complete
opening book that can be used to practice what you have learnt with Fritz. Talking about Queen�s Gambit 8:28 min
Possible deviations 10:50 min
Lasker defence 16:03 min
Capablanca�s approach 19:32 min
Carlsbad structure 18:45 min
Alatorsev variation 13:10 min
Steinitz and 5.Bf4 19:39 min
Tartakower system 14:51 min
5...h6 - a big nuance 13:02 min
Look at some games 1:17 min
Steinitz - Lasker 4:17 min
Rubinstein - Salwe 10:14 min
Capablanca - Alekhine 7:45 min
Kasparov - Andersson 4:45 min
Kasparov - Short 4:02 min
Alekhine - Lasker 3:55 min
Beliavsky - Geller 5:39 min
Kortschnoj - Karpov 12:18 min
Kortschnoj - Karpov 2 8:24 min
Résumé 3:55 min

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