Roman's Lab Volumes 1 - 117 -- COMPLETE SET ON E-DVD
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Description / Roman's Lab Volumes 1 - 117 -- COMPLETE SET ON E-DVD
THIS COLLECTION CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING eDVDS
- Encyclopedia of Chess Openings - Part 6 - Vol. 117
- Encyclopedia of Chess Openings - Part 5 - Vol. 116
- Art of Winning with the Isolated Pawn in the Panov Attack - Vol. 115
- Strategy Behind Pawn Breakthrough's in The Opening, Middle & Endgame - Vol. 114
- Latest in the King's Indian New Ideas, Missed Opportunities, & Novelties - Vol. 113
- Significant Changes in Some Critical Positions of the Nimzo-Indian - Vol. 112
- Highly Instructional Games in the Queen's Gambit Declined - Vol. 111
- Strategy Behind Positional Sacrifices for Strategical Gains - Vol. 110
- Strategy Behind Playing with Strong Outposts Easily Explained - Vol. 109
- Strategy Behind Learning Tactics Easily Explained - Vol. 108
- Strategy of How to Get a Winning Advantage with Bad Pawns - Vol. 107
- Strategy Behind Playing Pawn Blockaded Positions Right Out of the Openings - Vol. 106
- Remarkable Rejuvenation in The Scandinavian Defence - Vol. 105
- Amazing Tactical Possibilities in the Najdorf - Vol. 104
- Winning With New Attacking Lines Against Highly Popular Openings - Vol. 103
- Killing The Sicilian With The Grand Prix Attack - Vol. 102
- Quick and Easier Way to Learn the King's Indian Defense - Vol. 101
- Chess Potpourri - Centennial Commemorative Edition - Vol. 100
- Simple Universal Way to Play Against Slav Systems - Vol. 99
- c3 Sicilian Alapin Variation - Vol. 98
- Simple and Comfortable Systems in the Caro-Kann for White and Black - Vol. 97
- Highly Instructive and Educational Games to Dismantle the Petroff Defence at the Highest Level - Vol. 96
- Highly Instructive and Educational Games for the Scandinavian Nf6 and Qxd5 Center Counter Player - Vol. 95
- Highly Instructive and Educational Games for the Dynamic Reti Player - Vol. 94
- Highly Instructive and Educational Games for the English Player - Vol. 93
- Staggering Novelties that Rewrite Modern Opening Pages - Vol. 92
- Practical Killer Traps and Super Sharp Lines for the 1. e4 Player - Vol. 91
- New Revelations in the Burn-Morozevich Variation of the French Defense - Vol. 90
- Highly Instructive Games for Black to Play Against the Maroczy Bind- Vol. 89
- Highly Instructive and Educational Games for the Accelerated Dragon Player - Vol. 88
- Highly Instructive and Educational Games for the Scotch Player - Vol. 87
- Highly Instructive and Educational Games for the Grand Prix Player - Vol. 86
- Understanding the Concepts of the Middlegame based upon Opening Strategy - Vol. 85
- Rybka's Quest for Replacing the Ruy Lopez! - Vol. 84
- Staggering New Novelties For White in the Grand Prix Grunfeld and Accelerated Dragon - Vol. 83
- Easy To Learn Ambitious System For White Against the Hippo - Modern and Pirc Defenses - Vol. 82
- Easy And Promosing Way for White to Play Against the Sicilian Najdorf - Vol. 81
- Reversing Well Established Evaluations in the Giuoco Piano and Two Knights Defense - Vol. 80
- Dynamic Positional Lines in the Semi Slav Defense Explained - Part 2 - Vol. 79
- Dynamic Positional Lines in the Semi Slav Defense Explained - Part 1 - Vol. 78
- Beating 1.d4 White Avoids Playing Against The Dzindzi Indian Defense - Part 2 - Vol. 77
- Beating 1.d4 With The Aggressive & Revised Dzindzi Indian Defense - Part 1 - Vol. 76
- Slaying the Dragon - Vol. 75
- The Dynamic Catalan An Ambitious Opening Repertoire for White - Vol. 74
- The Complete Grunfeld Defense with New Secrets and Novelties Part 2 - Vol. 73
- The Complete Grunfeld Defense with New Secrets and Novelties Part 1 - Vol. 72
- New Improved Lines and Novelties in the Caro-Kann - Vol. 71
- Refuting Previous Sound Opening Lines with Surgical Precision - Vol. 70
- Dzindzi Anti-English Complete and Ambitious Systems for Black Against 1. c4 - Vol. 69
- Qd6 Scandanavian Vol. 1 Underestimated Weapon for Black Against 1. e4 - Vol. 68
- Progressive Way of Handling the Maroczy Bind - Vol. 67
- New and Improved Accelerated Dragon - Vol. 66
- The Difference Between Sound and Unsound Ways to Play Sharp Openings - Vol. 65
- Russian School of Chess Part 3 - Vol. 64
- Russian School of Chess Part 2 - Vol. 63
- Russian School of Chess Part 1 - Vol. 62
- Art of Instant Attacks - Vol. 61
- Attacking Gambits and Opening pawn Sacrifices - Vol. 60
- Attacking the Kings Indian Defense with the Samisch - Vol. 59
- Taking Advantages of Common Endgame Mistakes - Vol. 58
- Man vs Machine 4-4 - Vol. 57
- Reverse Opening - Vol. 56
- A Tribute to Bobby Fischer - Vol. 55
- Capitalizing on Your Opponents Weakness Created in the Game - Vol. 54
- Improve Your Ability to Calculation Variations - Vol. 53
- Finding Tactical Solutions in Overwhelming Positions - Vol. 52
- Building Powerful Attacks by Learning Piece Coordination - Vol. 51
- Unsound Openings and How to Exploit Them - Vol. 50
- Magnificent Instructional Masterpieces in the Kings Indian Defense - Vol. 49
- Complete Universal f3 Systems for White Against the Sicilian Fianchetto - Vol. 48
- The Most Brilliant Squeezes Ever in the Endgame - Vol. 47
- Most Incredible Tactics and Combinations Ever in the Endgame - Vol. 46
- New Lines & Novelties for Black in the Accelerated Dragon and Kings Indian - Vol. 45
- New Lines & Novelties for White in Grand Prix Hippo Latvian & Philidor - Vol. 44
- New Lines & Novelties for White against the Caro Kann - Alekhine & French Defense - Vol. 43
- New Lines & Novelties for White against the Pirc and Center Counter AND the Black side of Scandinavian Defense & Accelerated Dragon - Vol. 42
- New Lines & Novelties in the Scotch and f4 Sicilian - Vol. 41
- Encyclopedia of Chess Openings - Part 4 of 4 - Vol. 40
- Encyclopedia of Chess Openings - Part 3 of 4 - Vol. 39
- Encyclopedia of Chess Openings - Part 2 of 4 - Vol. 38
- Encyclopedia of Chess Openings - Part 1 of 4 - Vol. 37
- The Art of the Defense - Vol. 36
- Mastering The Opening Forum Series - Romans Original d4 Repotire for White - Vol. 35
- Mastering The Opening Forum Series - A Repetoire for Black to meet The Queens Gambit - Vol. 34
- Mastering The Opening Forum Series - Crushing Lines for White - Vol. 33
- Mastering The Opening Forum Series - A Repertiore For Black Part 1 - Vol. 31
- Mastering The Endgame Forum Series - Part 2 - Vol. 30
- Mastering The Endgame Forum Series - Part 1 - Vol. 29
- The Easy Way to Learn the Kings Indian Attack - Vol. 28
- Nimzowitsch : My System - Vol. 2 - Vol. 27
- Nimzowitsch : My System - Vol. 1 - Vol. 26
- The Easy Way to Beat the Pirc Modern Defense - Vol. 25
- Live from the Las Vegas National Open - Vol. 24
- The Easy Way to Play the Grand Prix and Reti Openings - Vol. 23
- The Easy Way to Play the Scotch and Giuoco Piano Openings - Vol. 22
- The Easy Way to Play the Kings Indian Defense - Vol. 21
- Step By Step Essential Maneuvering In Closed Positions - Vol. 20
- Understanding Your Chess Game With Pawn Structures - Vol. 19
- Blitz As A Tool To Better Chess/Secrets In Beating Computers - Vol. 18
- Unbeatable Secret Weapons For Black - Vol. 17
- Learn To Play The English Opening The Easy Way - Vol. 16
- Improve your Combinational Preparation and Tactical Skills part 2 - Vol. 15
- Improve your Combinational Preparation and Tactical Skills part 1 - Vol. 14
- Maximize Your Opening Success with Black for the Ambitious Tournament Player - Vol. 13
- New Improvements in Opening Theory for the Competitive Player - Vol. 12
- Greatest Games of Chess Ever Played - Vol. 2 - Vol. 11
- Greatest Games of Chess Ever Played - Vol. 1 - Vol. 10
- Comprehensive Chess Endings - Part 2 - Vol. 9
- Comprehensive Chess Endings - Part 1 - Vol. 8
- Think Like a Grandmaster on DVD - Vol. 7
- Rapid and Complete Opening Repertoire for Black - Vol. 6
- Rapid and Complete Opening Repertoire for White - Vol. 5
- Art of the Middle Game - Vol. 4
- Transition to the Middle Game - Vol. 3
- Sacrifices - Tactics & Traps that End Games in the Opening- Vol. 2
- Learn Openings The Easy Way - Traps and Novelties - Vol. 1
|Host||GM Roman Dzinzichashvili|
|Delivery Time||Available Within 1 Business Day|
|Popular Collections||Roman's Lab|
|Publication Date||Dec 17, 2017|
|Runtime||241 Hours 42 Minutes (In Total)|
|Hardware Requirements||Windows / iOS / Android|
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