Studies in: Bishops - Chess Lecture - Volume 169 - 2 DVDsPresented by : GM Jesse Kraai - IM Valerie Lilov - IM Bill Paschall - IM David Vigoritto - FM Dennis Monokroussos
Description / Studies in: Bishops - Chess Lecture - Volume 169 - 2 DVDs
More experienced players understand the power of the bishop. Bishops usually gain in relative strength towards the endgame as pieces are captured and more lines become available on the board. A bishop can easily influence both wings of the board simultaneously. In an open endgame, a pair of bishops is decidedly superior to either a bishop and a knight, or two knights. A player possessing a pair of bishops has a strategic weapon in the form of a long-term threat to trade down to an advantageous endgame.
Here our masters outline successful strategies for employing the bishops and show you how to successfully combat two bishops as well..
Members of ChessLecture.com rated this series a 4.21 out of 5 ECO C23, C00, C42, A14, E10 PGNs Included
Fans on Chesslecture.com said: I'm having a difficult time with this bishop principle and your explanation is very clear. Now I have to remember it and use it to my advantage. Thanks Jesse
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Content: 4 hours and 36 minutes of instruction and analysis in a series of 12 Lectures.
Recommended for Beginner - Advanced Players
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|Publication Date||Jul 31, 2017|
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