Popular World Chess Champions
Kasparov - Anand - Fischer - Carlsen
The World Chess Champions program comprises of 4 wonderful programs devoted to Garry Kasparov, Vishwanathan Anand, Bobby Fischer and Magnus Carlsen.
World Chess Champions
Learn to Play Chess Like Garry Kasparov
Win Like Kasparov! is the first in the Win like My Hero! series by International Grandmaster Ron W. Henley. This instructional series was created for chess players to learn to play like the most heroic figures of the Royal Game. Tactics and strategy are explained through the use of visually enhanced diagrams.
Win Like Kasparov!
Learn to Play Chess Like Anatoly Karpov
Win Like Karpov! begins with extensive Biography and Openings sections. There are four Karpov Early Games and six Karpov Classics.
Win Like Karpov!
This CD contains all the games of the 10th World Champion, one of the superior masters of attack in chess history
Boris Spassky - 10th World Champion
The meteoric tempo with which the young Tal took the world top by storm at the end of the 50s and seized the world champion's title from Botvinnik in 1960 is already sufficient to grant him a special place in the world of chess.
The most complete collection of Botvinnik’s games ever compiled. Contains as many as 1.069 games played by Botvinnik from 1924 till 1970.
Mikhail Botvinnik - 6th World Champion
Includes 1300 annotated games played by the 4th World Champion Alexander Alekhine. These annotations of Alekhine and his contemporaries have been revised and enlarged.
Alexander Alekhine - 4th World Champion
640 commented games played by the 3rd World Champion Jose Raul Capablanca. All the games deeply annotated by GM Khailfman and Petersburg IMs.
Jose Raul Capablanca - 3rd World Champion
Emanuel Lasker - A dashing young man with a passion for philosophy appeared on the global stage in 1894 to challenge the reigning World Chess Champion Wilhelm Steinitz. Emanuel Lasker, 25, faced the 58 year old Steinitz in a three city, grueling match, in which the first man to achieve 10 outright wins would wear the crown of World Chess Champion.
Emanuel Lasker - 2nd World Champion