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E-DVD Learn from the World Champions - Chess Lecture - 2 DVDs - Volume 59

The Soviet Era - 1948-1972

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Presented by FIDE Master Dennis Monokroussos for ChessLecture.com

 

 Although chess styles have evolved greatly over the last hundred years, the insights from players of the Classical and Hypermodern eras are still the foundation of good chess play. This collection features those lessons in brilliant examples of play from the 5 World ChampionsBotvinnik, Smyslov, Spassky, Petrosian, Tal. Dennis takes us on a two game tour per World Champion of the Soviet era of chess spanning from 1948 to 1972.

 

Content: Over 4.25 hours of instruction and analysis in a series of 10 lectures. 

 

ECO: D44, E49,E14, B14, A30, B30, D03, A56, C36, D34PGN Files Included

 

Members of ChessLecture.com rated this series a 4.11 out of 5 Fans on Chesslecture.com said: Great explanation. I really appreciate the detailed annotations in FM Monokroussos's game file as well!

 

FM Dennis Monokroussos is a 3 time Nevada State Champion and won the Indiana State Championship in 2009. Dennis has taught philosophy at several universities including the University of Notre Dame. Dennis currently works as a chess coach for both children and adults both in person and over the internet. He can be contacted through his blog. 

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Runtime 255 minutes