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E-DVD - A Tribute to Smyslov - Chess Lecture - Volume 88

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Vasily Smyslov was a Soviet and Russian grandmaster, and was World Chess Champion from 1957 to 1958. He redefined chess post WW2. He was a candidate for the World Chess on eight occasions. Smyslov twice tied for first at the Soviet Championship (1949, 1955), and his total of 17 Chess Olympiad medals won is an all-time record. In five European Team Championships, Smyslov won ten gold medals. He is known for his fantastic endgames, very dynamic sense over the board and intuitive sense of harmony. Modern champions that follow his style are Carlsen and Kramnik.  Here the masters of ChessLecture review his brilliance and style in a series of stunning games.


HOSTED BY: 

  • Grandmaster Jesse Kraai
  • Grandmaster Eugene Perelshtyen  
  • FIDE Master Dennis Monokroussos
  • International Master David Vigorito

Content: 1.7 hours in a series of 4 lectures. ECO: A07, B30, C75


Members of ChessLecture.com rated this series a 4.45 out of 5


Fans on Chesslecture.com said: Very nice lecture. You won't want to miss this one!       

   

Founded in 2005 ChessLecture.com is the largest professional quality chess instructional video library in the world. Our lectures are created and presented by Grand Masters, International Masters and National Masters and contain excellent instruction by experienced player educators for the chess enthusiast. 

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ISBN 885007486206
Delivery Time Available Within 1 Business Day
Popular Collections ChessLecture.com DVDs
Publication Date May 12, 2014
Runtime 1.7 Hours
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E-DVD - A Tribute to Smyslov - Chess Lecture - Volume 88