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Fritz Trainer - Davies: English Opening

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Fritz Trainer - Davies: English Opening
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The English Opening with 1.c4 is one of the most subtle yet combative means of starting a chess game which has found favour with many of the great players in history. White takes space on the Queenside whilst keeping his options open about where he should place his pieces. This gives White the kind of flexibility that is missing from regular 1.d4 openings and puts the onus on planning and ideas rather than a knowledge of variations. On this DVD Davies tells you everything you need to know to start playing the English in tournament games, showing how White should react to Blacks different set-ups using 40 illustrative games. The main focus is on lines with 2.g3, making it easier for White to get aboard this Rolls Royce of chess openings.Video running time: 8 hours.

 

System requirements: Pentium-Processor at 300 Mhz or higher, 64 MB RAM, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, DVD drive, mouse, soundcard

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    Fritz Trainer - Davies: English Opening 5 Stars

    Posted by Jim from Murray on 28th Apr 2013

    There are eight hours of instruction on this DVD, and that's quite a bit. I have to watch each lesson several times to get anything out of it, but after only watching the first three lessons plus Davies' five-minute introduction I learned enough to help me win some games as white.