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Roman's Lab Vol 62: Russian School of Chess Part 1

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Roman's Lab Vol 62: Russian School of Chess Part 1
WARNING: May Contain Small Parts.

Roman's Lab Vol 62: Russian School of Chess Part 1, by Grandmaster Roman Dzindzichashvili, is one of the most instructional DVDs Roman has ever produced. It is highly recommended for all players--as well as coaches.
 
The Russian School of Chess has produced, through a formula of methods and patterns, some of the greatest players of all time.
 
In Part I, Roman explains, step-by-step, how to develop your pieces for the best possible future activity and coordination, including:

  • The Russian School of Chess
  • Correct Way to Think
  • Basic Positional Components
  • Blockade and Outposts
  • Attack Only If Its Justified
  • Secrets of Opposite-Side Castling
  • Similar Patterns in the Opening
  • Concrete Thinking in the Opening


 
Grandmaster Roman Dzindzichashvili:

  • Former two time U.S. Champion & Russian Champion
  • World Open Winner, Writer & Teacher
  • Former Chess Coach & Trainer for World Champions Gary Kasparov & Anatoly Karpov
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  • 5
    I would get this

    Posted by Unknown on 31st Mar 2014

    This has been very helpful to me. I know it will be for somebody else.

  • 4
    Roman's Lab Vol 62: Russian School of Chess Part 1 4 Stars

    Posted by phillipe from PHX. on 28th Apr 2013

    This DVD was quite infromative. I didn't give it a 5 star because video wasn't done well and it is sometimes difficult to understand him.