Facing the World Champions - Vlastimil Hort
Description / Facing the World Champions - Vlastimil Hort
On this DVD the Czech-German grandmaster looks back to these encounters and devotes a chapter to each of the world champions, Thus we have eye-witness accounts which form a personal gallery of chess world champions, during which we get not only a presentation of the games but also details and stories of things which happened off the board and in the wings, as it were. So, for example, Hort tells us about his phone call from Botvinnik, about Bobby Fischer's "frenemy" and describes the shadowy figure of the political minder... Vlastimil Hort was born in Prague in 1944 and won the grandmaster title in 1965. Among his great successes are the qualification for the WCh Candidates' tournament of 1977 in which he reached the quarter-finals in Reykjavik, only just going down to ex-world champion Boris Spassky. Hort won the Czech championship on several occasions, and after taking German nationality in 1986 he was also German champion several times. For over 30 years he took part in many chess Olympiads for both of these countries, starting with 1960 in Leipzig, and finishing in 1992 in Manila. Vlastimil Hort is best known to the German public for his appearances with Helmut Pfleger as a team of commentators in TV programs.
Running time: 4 hours.
|System Requirements||Pentium III 1 GHz, 2 GB RAM, Windows (Supports XP (Service pack 3), Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10), DirectX9, 256 MB graphics card, DVD-ROM drive, Windows Media Player 9 and Internet access for program activation.|
|No. of Computer Installs||Up to 3 Computers|
|Windows 10 Compatible||Yes|
Pentium III 1 GHz, 2 GB RAM, Windows (Supports XP (Service pack 3), Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10), DirectX9, 256 MB graphics card, DVD-ROM drive, Windows Media Player 9 and Internet access for program activation.
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