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E-DVD Miles on Hypermodernism - Chess Lecture - Volume 151

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Content: 2.5 hours of instruction and analysis in a series of 5 lectures.

 

Anthony John Miles (23 April 1955 – 12 November 2001) was an English chess Grandmaster, the first Englishman to earn the Grandmaster title in over-the- board play. Miles was very influential in modern chess. His creativity in the openings was legendary his creativity in general was legendary. He was the first really great English chess master. He did leave a large amount of quality material and he definitely leaned toward hypermodern chess. Miles liked to play the Dragon, reverse Sicilian type games with white. He was masterful with the English.

 

In this DVD Bill explores 5 of Miles amazing games in Hypermodern lines.

 

ECO: E14, A40, B00, E13

 

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

 

Fans on Chesslecture.com said: I like the way Miles played in the spirit of hypermodern play with his bishops fighting for control of the center! Very well explained. Thanks Bill!

 

IM Bill Paschall currently resides in Budapest, Hungary. Bill was the Boylston Chess Club Champion 2002, finished 1st at the Foxwoods Open 2002, Three-Time New England Open Champion, and has defeated more than 20 IGM’s in tournament play. Bill has extensive experience training both adults and children privately and in the schools.

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ISBN 885007616337
Delivery Time Available Within 1 Business Day
Popular Collections ChessLecture.com DVDs
Publication Date Jul 10, 2016
Runtime 150 Minutes
Hardware Requirements Works on All Platforms (MP4 Format)
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E-DVD Miles on Hypermodernism - Chess Lecture - Volume 151