E-DVD ROMAN'S LAB - VOLUME 27 - Nimzowitsch: My System VOLUME 2



    E-DVD ROMAN'S LAB - VOLUME 27 - Nimzowitsch: My System VOLUME 2
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    Hosted by: Grandmaster Roman Dzinzichashvili
    Running Time: Over 120 Minutes

    This is the second DVD of a two-part DVD set containing a total of approximately 4 hours of instruction based on Nimzowitch's classic My System which is the foundation for modern day progressive thinking. Roman will help you understand Nimzowitch's ideas and theories while adding 75 years of improvements, updates, and changes. Roman will cover both positional and tactical examples, bringing to life one of the most popular and instructive books ever published. So sit back and let Roman discuss and explain to you one of the classics of chess literature. Volume 26 is the first DVD in this My System set.

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