Advanced Defense



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    One of the most important things every player should learn to improve their play is how to protect their king!

    This course features about 400 exercises with large number of pieces in play. All exercises are taken from actual games. Find the only way to avoid checkmate! This course is for beginners and club players.

    • Learn new maneuvers, test yourself
    • Track your rating changes
    • Play from a set position
    • Print exercises

    System Requirements

    IBM-compatible PC, 512 Mb RAM, hard disk 100Mb, Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, CD-ROM drive. No additional software required.

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