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Fritz Trainer - Martin: The ABC of the King's Indian - 2nd Edition

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Fritz Trainer - Martin: The ABC of the King's Indian - 2nd Edition
WARNING: May Contain Small Parts.

On this original and entertaining DVD, International Master Andrew Martin takes you on a guided tour of this fascinating and creative opening. Through the use of complete games, both classic and modern and some repertoire suggestions Martin paints a comprehensive picture of the current state of play and looks towards the future.
 
In the new, expanded 2nd edition there are many recent clashes and some remarkable modern ideas are discussed. The Kings Indian is as uncompromising and resilient as ever!
 
This DVD will inspire all players and demonstrate that the Kings Indian is very much alive on the modern master scene.
 
Video running time: 5 hours
 
IM Andrew Martin is 50 years old and is the manager of Coaching for the English Chess Federation. This is his 16th DVD for ChessBase.
 

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 - Martin: The ABC of the King's Indian - 2nd Edition 4 Stars

    Posted by Greg from Menasha on 28th Apr 2013

    I now have both editions of this introductory DVD featuring IM Andrew Martin. Martin is one of the more popular of Chessbase's DVD presenters, both because of his optimistic outlook and his sense of humor. I thought that this 2nd edition would be more than just the older version with some new games added on, but that is what Chessbase has put forth. Martin makes the DVD worth buying, but if you have neither of ABC of the King's Indian DVD's, purchase the second one so you don't end up with a lot of duplicate material.