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  1. New in Chess Magazine (1 year subscription)
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    * 8 issues a year * 800 pages a year of the very best in chess * on-the-spot tournament reports * columns both serious and hilarious * in-depth interviews * 'Secrets of Opening Surprises' * chess history that comes to life * endgames and studies * chess anecdotes and curiosities * great pictures and drawings * an honest GM opinion on the latest chess books * exclusive columns by Anish Giri and Nigel Short * games analysed by the top players themselves Learn More
  2. Play Like Tal - GM Simon Williams (DVD)
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  3. Killer Endgames  Part 1: Beginner to Intermediate - GM Nick Pert (DVD)
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  4. Killer Endgames  Part 2: Intermediate to Advanced - GM Nick Pert (DVD)
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  5. DGT 2010 Chess Clock
  6. CT-Art 5.0
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    CT-ART is the world's most recognized and effective chess tactics course. The new CT-ART 5.0 combines three levels of chess tactics on three discs: CT-ART for Beginners is, as the name suggests, the best training course for beginners. It contains 150 teaching examples introducing you to typical chess combinations and 1500 new exercises meant to develop your playing skills and reinforce the knowledge acquired. The exercises are classified according to more than 30 tactical methods and motifs. Languages: English, French, Italian. CT-ART. Mating Combinations is an excellent course for club players. Prepared by the famous coach Victor Khenkin, it includes 1200 instructive examples on 14 themes, each of them illustrating the peculiarities of using certain pieces in mating combinations, and 700 exercises for you to solve. The exercises include refutations of wrong moves and other hints. Language: English. CT-ART 4.0. This excellent tactics course has been voted more than once by the chess experts as the best training program on chess tactics. CT-ART is an indispensable training tool for intermediate players. The course incudes 2,200 basic and 1,800 auxiliary exercises. Learn More
  7. Hiarcs Chess Explorer
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  9. CHESS Magazine Special Offer - One Year Subscription for FIRST TIME SUBSCRIBERS ONLY - US & Canada
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  11. Saitek’s new Competition Game Clock
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  13. Revista Peón de Rey (suscripción 1 año - solo España)
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  16. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 2
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    Lesson 2: The Passed Pawn

    This lesson focuses on basic Pawn endgames. The themes include Passed pawns, Breakthrough, the Square rule and even a couple examples of Pawn checkmates!

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  17. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 7
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    Lesson 7: The relative value of all the pieces & the legendary Damiano defense

    This lesson focuses of three main areas:

    a) The Value of each piece

    b) The Kings role game and

    c) The Damiano defense

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  18. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 8
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    Lesson 8: What is the threat?

    One of the most important qualities to improve your game is, to recognize your opponents upcoming threats. That is exactly the focus of this lesson. You will see numerous examples of simple checkmate (or other) threats and ideas on how to defend against them.

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  19. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 10
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    Lesson 10: Basic Opening Principles

    This lesson focuses on the basic Opening Principles, the to dos and not to dos in the opening. You will learn about the famous Fools mate and how to defend against it. Another important topic discussed in this lesson is King safety.

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  20. Polgar Chess University: Intermediate Lesson 1
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    Lesson 1

    In the first part of this lesson, Susan will introduce a number of important opening traps. These patterns are essential to be familiar with for all who are interested in 1.e4 e5 and 1.d4 d5 openings. In the second part, the concept of shouldering in King and Pawn versus King endgames will be discussed. And the lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, a Queen endgame with amazing twists and turns.

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  21. Polgar Chess University: Intermediate Lesson 4
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    Lesson 4

    In this first lesson, the power of having your Rooks on the 7th Rank will be discussed, followed by several examples of Pawn Races in King and Pawn endgames which often include the pattern of Skewer. The lesson ends with a delightfully surprising example of Miracle in Chess.

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  22. Polgar Chess University: Intermediate Lesson 5
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    Lesson 5

    In this session, Susan demonstrates through a number of practical examples how to exploit Weak Squares in the opponents position; and that Knights belongs on Outposts. Another topic discussed is the importance of the Kings active role in endgames. The Miracle in Chess feature in this lesson is a beautiful example of stalemate.

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  23. Polgar Chess University: Intermediate Lesson 6
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    Lesson 6

    This lesson focuses on the strength of the Bishops Pair when they work together in harmony to create a deadly attack. You will see a number of beautiful combinations involving Double Bishop Sacrifices on the kingside. You will also see a classical strategical example by the first official world champion William Steinitz. The Miracle in Chess feature this time fits in nicely with the general theme of the lesson.

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  24. Polgar Chess University: Intermediate Lesson 7
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    Lesson 7

    In chess strategy, the Pawn structure determines most of our decisions. In this lesson, you will learn about why it is generally not a good idea to have Doubled Pawns. The Miracle in Chess example at the end of this lecture is a truly instructive one, demonstrating seven different ideas in just five moves!

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  25. Polgar Chess University: Intermediate Lesson 10
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    Lesson 10

    The topic of this lesson is the Long Diagonal. You will see how to create a Battery to take advantage of the weak squares along the long diagonal as well as some typical combinations on the same theme. Susan also talks about one of her all-time favorite games against Maia Chiburdanidze from the Chess Olympiad in 2004. The Miracle in Chess feature concludes this lesson with a Kubbel composition.

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  26. Polgar Chess University: Advanced Lesson 3
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    Lesson 3

    This lesson explains about the concept of Open File and how it can be implemented for a killer attack or for strategical gains. Later in this lesson, the Square Rule in King and Pawn versus King endgame is also explained. As usual the lesson concludes with an amazing example of Miracle in Chess based on the theme: Back Rank Weakness.

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  27. Polgar Chess University: Advanced Lesson 5
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    Lesson 5

    The first part of this lesson introduces the element of Weak Squares & Outposts, through a tactical and then strategical example. The second part of this lecture demonstrates the power of the activity of the King in Pawn endgames. Finally, the lesson ends with a Miracle in Chess, this time an unexpected stalemate surprise.

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  28. Polgar Chess University: Advanced Lesson 6
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    Lesson 6

    This lesson mostly concentrates on the amazing power of the Pair of Bishops when they are ideally coordinated. The lecture concludes with the Miracle in Chess feature, which is always entertaining and instructional at the same time.

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  29. A feel good cause!
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    LK here: We 97'ers did it before!! The K–12 championships are in Orlando this Dec. Please, donate ASAP, whatever you can. Joseph, this week, is being inducted into his schools Hall of Fame for his having so positively effected underprivileged children. Please help!  

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  30. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 11
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    Lesson 11: What Combination in chess?

    In chess we do sacrifices or combinations to gain some kind of (material) advantage or even to force checkmate. You will see plenty of examples on this theme in this lesson. The tactical themes will include: back rank checkmate, skewer, clearance and the breakthrough to create an unstoppable passed Pawn.

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  31. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 12
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    Lesson 12: The Back Rank Problem

    This lesson will focus on details of the theme Back Rank Weakness. You will see examples on how to take advantage of an opportunity to win the game by giving the Back Rank Mate, as well as on some other examples that show how to avoid being on the losing side of the same trick.

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  32. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 15
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    Lesson 15: What is a Pin in chess?

    A Pin is a frequent and powerful tactical tool in chess. In this lesson you will see a series of examples where one side creates a pin or uses an already existing one, to win material or even to checkmate. The concept of Absolute pins and Relative pins will also be introduced.

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  33. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 16
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    Lesson 16: How to get out of Pins?

    Pins indeed generally can be very dangerous. However, not all pins are deadly! Even when it seems that you got in trouble, there maybe a way out. This lesson focuses on showing a good number of examples, where the pinned side comes back (counterattacks) successfully.

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  34. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 17
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    Lesson 17: Opposition in Pawn Endgames

    This lesson introduces a basic element of Pawn endgames: the Opposition, including the Distant Opposition and the Diagonal Opposition. They are essential tools to improve your endgame skills, which often can make a decisive difference in the outcome of your game. Remember, in endgames, and especially Pawn Endgames, usually there is no room for errors.

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  35. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 18
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    Lesson 18: What are Discovered Checks?

    Discovered checks are perhaps the trickiest of all chess tactics, also extremely powerful at the same time. In this lesson you see a good number of examples from all three phases of the game, where the theme Discovered checks is effectively demonstrated.

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  36. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 19
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    Lesson 19: What is a Discovered Attack?

    Discovered attacks are very similar to Discovered Check, with the obvious difference, that the King does not get checked. However, other than that the pattern is identical. In this lesson you will find a series of examples on this theme, from real life situations.

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  37. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 20
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    Lesson 20: What is a Double Check?

    A Double Check can be the deadliest of all tactical motives, as te King is attacked by two pieces simultaneously and it means the King must move. In this lesson you will find a set of carefully selected examples to demonstrate its extreme power.

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  38. Polgar Chess University: Intermediate Lesson 11
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    Lesson 11: Critical moments from the past

    In this lesson, Susan analyzes the critical moments from six different games where one side is under attack and seems to be in trouble. In each example, the key is to find the hidden defensive resource. And the lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, a beautiful endgame study by Isenegger, which ends in an unexpected checkmate.

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  39. Polgar Chess University: Intermediate Lesson 12
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    Lesson 12: Simplification Combinations and when to trade

    This lesson focuses on Simplification Combinations and in general when to trade or not to trade pieces. You will see in each of these examples an option to trade Queens or another piece. Susan explains why in some exchanges are good and others are bad. And the lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, a beautiful Rook endgame, which ends with a surprising checkmate.

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  40. Polgar Chess University: Intermediate Lesson 16
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    Lesson 16: Take advantage of the mistake when your opponent does not castle timely

    Learn about how to take advantage of the mistake when your opponent does not castle timely. Susan demonstrates this important topic through two games of Tartakower. The lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, an impressive nine move checkmate combination composed by Stamma in the late 18th century.

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  41. Polgar Chess University: Intermediate Lesson 17
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    Lesson 17: Attack and defense

    In this lesson, you will learn about attack and defense - and that not all attacks are successful. Often the best defense is Counter attack! Susan shows two of her games from the 2004 Chess Olympiad in Calvia. The lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, an elegant six move checkmate combination composed by Stamma in the late 18th century.

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  42. Polgar Chess University: Intermediate Lesson 18
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    Lesson 18: Closed positions and maneuvering

    In the first part of this lesson, Susan explains about strategy in closed positions and talks about maneuvering. The second part of the lesson is about breakthrough in Pawn endgames. The lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, a wonderful study from the 18th century by Stamma, which ends with an unexpected checkmate.

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  43. Polgar Chess University: Advanced Lesson 11
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    Lesson 11: Critical moments from the past

    In this lesson, Susan will analyze critical moments from five different games, all played at the legendary Nottingham 1936 tournament. Those include a classic "petite combination" by Lasker and a lucky escape by Capablanca, which lead the Cuban genius to eventually tie for first place with Botvinnik at that event. And the lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, a beautiful endgame study by Newman, which ends in an unexpected stalemate.

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  44. Polgar Chess University: Advanced Lesson 12
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    Lesson 12: Simplification Combinations and when to trade

    This lesson will focus on Simplification Combinations, and in general, when to trade or not to trade pieces. Through the numerous examples you will see various tactical motives being used to accomplish a gain of one kind or another - material or simply strategical. And the lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, a beautiful endgame study by Newman, which involves a number of nice patterns: fork, removing the guard, and a pretty checkmate.

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  45. Polgar Chess University: Advanced Lesson 14
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    Lesson 14: Deflection

    The topic of this lesson is deflection, also known as removing of the guard. You will see a number of tactical examples of various difficulty levels which demonstrates this important subject. The lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, a gorgeous miniature endgame study by Prokop - a true beauty.

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  46. Polgar Chess University: Advanced Lesson 16
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    Lesson 16: Typical tactical motives, strategical ideas, and plans in the Dutch defense, Stonewall variation

    This lesson focuses on typical tactical motives, strategical ideas, and plans in the Dutch defense, Stonewall variation. The lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, a nice creation from the 18th century, based on a study by Stamma.

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  47. Polgar Chess University: Advanced Lesson 17
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    Lesson 17: Attack and defense

    In this lesson, you will learn about attack and defense - and not all attacks are successful. Often the best defense is counter attack! The lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, an impressive nine move checkmate combination composed by Stamma in the late 18th century.

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  48. Polgar Chess University: Advanced Lesson 19
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    Lesson 19: King stuck in the Middle - trouble

    The topic of this lesson is A King stuck in the Middle - trouble! Susan analyses an evergreen win of the great world champion William Steinitz (against von Bardeleben) from the classic 1895 Hastings tournament. And the lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, a truly beautiful combination composed by von Vitonsti, which leads to checkmate in ten moves!

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  49. Polgar Chess University: Intermediate Lesson 13
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    Lesson 13: Catching the King in the middle

    This lessons is about "catching the King in the middle". Susan demonstrates this important topic through three short games, including one of Bobby Fischer's, and one of her own all-time favorites. And the lesson ends with the Miracle in Chess feature, a beautiful endgame study by Barrett, introducing the concept of zig-zag or ladder in chess.

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  50. French Advanced Variation
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    French Advanced Variation:

    Lately the Advanced line has not been very popular against the French defense, since it leads to close positions where white has a weak pawn on d4 and usually manages to exchange his bad light-square bishop. After the most principled move 6. a3 c4 black has a space on the queen's side and a very easy plan. Also 6.Bd3 and 6.Be2 lines don't offer white any advantage.

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