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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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. World Chess Championship:  Anand vs. Carlsen!
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    By popular request, the ICC is making the ENTIRE broadcasts of the World Chess Championship available so you can live and relive each game!
    Discount: Order at least 3 videos and get 25% off your entire order!

    Own the entire series!  Nearly 36 hours (35:41:19), coveraging every game in the match!  You can watch the FULL shows on your mobile device or computer. Take the videos with you anywhere!  

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  9. Foxy 123: Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian Vol 3 - GM Ron W Henley
    $16.00
    Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian Vol. 3 Foxy 123 vol.3 This the most comprehensive 3 Part DVD series ever produced on the Dzindzi Indian - designed to give Black an easy-to-learn yet powerful and incredibly effective weapon which scores a remarkable 57% for Black. GM Ron Henley plays this Opening on a regular basis for Black and combines his own ideas with Roman Dzindzichashvili (the creator of the Dzindzi Indian) GM Ron Henley does a great job presenting the material based on his book Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian. GM Ron Henley will give you example games on each variation, as well as theory, recap of all the ideas given throughout the dvd which will make it easy for you to remember. Also covered is what to do when white trys to avoids the Dzindzi Indian and GM Ron Henley will give his own recommendations taken from his over the board experiences. This opening is easy to learn so you will be able to play The Dzindzi Indian immediately!!! Learn More
  10. Foxy 122: Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian Vol 2 - GM Ron W Henley
    $16.00
    Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian Vol. 2 Foxy 122 vol.2 This the most comprehensive 3 Part DVD series ever produced on the Dzindzi Indian - designed to give Black an easy-to-learn yet powerful and incredibly effective weapon which scores a remarkable 57% for Black. GM Ron Henley plays this Opening on a regular basis for Black and combines his own ideas with Roman Dzindzichashvili (the creator of the Dzindzi Indian) GM Ron Henley does a great job presenting the material based on his book Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian. GM Ron Henley will give you example games on each variation, as well as theory, recap of all the ideas given throughout the dvd which will make it easy for you to remember. Also covered is what to do when white trys to avoids the Dzindzi Indian and GM Ron Henley will give his own recommendations taken from his over the board experiences. This opening is easy to learn so you will be able to play The Dzindzi Indian immediately!!! Learn More
  11. Foxy 121: Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian Vol 1 - GM Ron W Henley
    $16.00
    Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian Vol. 1 Foxy 121 vol.1 This the most comprehensive 3 Part DVD series ever produced on the Dzindzi Indian - designed to give Black an easy-to-learn yet powerful and incredibly effective weapon which scores a remarkable 57% for Black. GM Ron Henley plays this Opening on a regular basis for Black and combines his own ideas with Roman Dzindzichashvili (the creator of the Dzindzi Indian) GM Ron Henley does a great job presenting the material based on his book Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian. GM Ron Henley will give you example games on each variation, as well as theory, recap of all the ideas given throughout the dvd which will make it easy for you to remember. Also covered is what to do when white trys to avoids the Dzindzi Indian and GM Ron Henley will give his own recommendations taken from his over the board experiences. This opening is easy to learn so you will be able to play The Dzindzi Indian immediately!!! Learn More
  12. Roman's Lab Vol 101: The King's Indian Defense
    $16.00
    Roman Labs vol 101 - Quick & easier way to learn the King's Indian Defence 106 minutes On this DvD Roman shows some unconventional and easy to learn ways to play King's Indian defense. Original approach and sound credible positions will inspire to learn this opening and You will get positions where your middlegame plan will be clearly outlined. Review by Lazy Chess Player (Unless its ideas and concepts I will not spend the time learning it) This dvd is great way to learn the Kings Indian because it is based on ideas and concepts which are easier to remember then the traditional long variations which are common in the King's Indian Defence There are lots of hidden traps that white can and does fall into just by making what looks like the best and most logical moves. These mistakes are made on the highest level which Roman will demostrate using several of his own games. I was amazed because it seemed like the opening plays itself and as Roman went through his games I was thinking no way this is good for Black then a few moves later white was worse or lost and these are GM's After watching the dvd you will be able to apply right away most of what you learned in your own games Roman created a new way to play Kings Indian verifying his ideas with Rybka There is no reason you can not win games right out of the openning just by following what Roman teaches you. A bonus for me after watching it I found myself using the ideas and principles I learned in other openings Learn More
  13. Roman's Lab Vol 48: System for White Against the Scillian Fianchetto and Non (over 1h)
    $16.00
    Complete Universal f4 System for White Against the Scillian Fianchetto & Non-Fianchetto Variations Running time 1:43:14 On this DVD Roman guarantees you a very playable position and some advantages for White against the Sicilian Defense. Roman will demonstrate you easy to learn universal plans and ideas in the opening and middle game. Roman shows you easy to remember setups and themes that will leave you very well prepared to meet the Sicilian and get an advantage over your opponent Learn More
  14. Roman's Lab Vol 24: Live from Las Vegas National Open (over 2h)
    $16.00
    Volume 24: Live from Las Vegas National Open Over 2 hours running time. This DVD comes to you live from the International Chess Festival held in Las Vegas at the U.S National open. Roman covers in his first lecture the non main lines in the Scandinavain Defense 1.e4 e5 and on whites second move. Roman covers 2. Nf3,Nc3,e5 & more. Roman covers the main lines on vol. 17 Unbeatable Secret Weapons for black. Roman feels the Scandinavain is as good if not better opening for black as the French or Caro-kann. On the Second part of the lecture Roman gives you an introduction to an opening he has played for 20 years, and one of Fischer's favorites—The Kings Indian Attack. This DVD is a prelude to vol. 28 where Roman will cover this fexible opening in more depth. Black cannot prevent you from playing your standard set-up 1.e4 or Nf6 followed by g3,Bg2,o-o. Roman will explain whites ideas and plans and how to achieve good positions. In Roman's second lecture, Roman will analyze 2 very entertaining and educational games that was played against Susan, Sophia and Judit Polgar Triplex Simul, which took place at the U.S. National Open. Learn More
  15. Roman's Lab Vol 23: Grand Prix and Reti (over 2h)
    $16.00
    Volume 23: Gran Prix and Reti Opening Grand Prix Attack (1. e4 c5 2. Nc3 Nc6 3. f4) is Roman's Favorite opening to meet the Sicilian Defense. Roman will show you a clear plan which will give you a comfortable position, however, if your opponent makes a tactical or positional mistake, he will get crushed or wind up with at least a bad position. Roman has had great success with this opening and is passing his own ideas and concepts on to you. This will increase your wins against the Sicilian. In the Reti Opening (The Reti white plays 1. Nf3-) Roman will give you easy to learn ideas and concepts on this positional opening. If you play the English, the Reti is a must because on the likelihood of transferring into it. So, if you don't want to remember a lot of theory, and like ambitious hidden attacks, the Reti is for you. Learn More
  16. Roman's Lab Vol 6 - Rapid and Complete Opening Repertoire for Black (over 2h)
    $16.00
    For White, Roman recommends the Queens Gambit and gives you lines that will dramatically cut your study time. He guides you through these responses: * Queens Gambit Accepted & Declined * Queens Indian Defense * The Benko Gambit * Slav Defense * Albin Counter Gambit * Nimzo-Indian Defense * Kings Indian Defense * Grunfled Defense * Dutch Defense * Knight C6 & Bishop F5 lines For Black, Roman recommends solid active lines. For lines against E4 Roman recommends d6, Nf6, and e5. With Roman's clear cut advice there is relatively little theory to remember. Against the Queens Gambit, Roman recommends the Nimzo-Indian Defense. Roman also gives you his best lines to meet The English, Tromposwki, and Knight f3. His lines are safe active positions to get you into a comfortable Middle Game. Rapid & Complete Opening Repertoire for the Tournament Player for White & Black Learn More
  17. Roman's Lab Vol 5 - Rapid and Complete Opening Repertoire for White (over 2h)
    $16.00
    For White, Roman recommends the Queens Gambit and gives you lines that will dramatically cut your study time. He guides you through these responses: * Queens Gambit Accepted & Declined * Queens Indian Defense * The Benko Gambit * Slav Defense * Albin Counter Gambit * Nimzo-Indian Defense * Kings Indian Defense * Grunfled Defense * Dutch Defense * Knight C6 & Bishop F5 lines For Black, Roman recommends solid active lines. For lines against E4 Roman recommends d6, Nf6, and e5. With Roman's clear cut advice there is relatively little theory to remember. Against the Queens Gambit, Roman recommends the Nimzo-Indian Defense. Roman also gives you his best lines to meet The English, Tromposwki, and Knight f3. His lines are safe active positions to get you into a comfortable Middle Game. Rapid & Complete Opening Repertoire for the Tournament Player for White & Black Learn More
  18. Alekhine 4-Pawns Attack (2 video series)
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    GM Boris Alterman again responds to ICC members who have asked our resident expert in all things gambits what to do in the Alekhine 4-Pawns Attack if Black eschews the big main line with 1. e4 Nf6 2. e5 Nd5 3. c4 Nb6 4. d4 d6 5. f4 dxe5 6. fxe5 Nc6 7. Be3 Bf5 8. Nc3 e6 9. Nf3 Be7 10. d5 Nb4?! His answer? Look no further than a particularly aggressive gambit line with 11. Rc1 f6 12. a3 Na6 13. g4!? - originally a recommendation of the leading Soviet master of his day Alexander Zaitsev (1935-71), and lately given the big thumbs up by another top Russian in Alexander Morozevich! Learn More
  19. Krejcik Gambit (2 video series)
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    GM Boris Alterman again responds to ICC members who have asked our resident expert in all things gambits what to do in the Krejcik Gambit in the Dutch Defense! Learn More
  20. Tata Steel 2014
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    By popular request, the ICC is making the ENTIRE broadcasts of the Tata Steel tournament available so you can live and relive each game!
    Discount: Order at least 3 videos and get 25% off your entire order!

    Own the entire series!  Nearly 54 hours (53:27:47), covering the entire tournament!  You can watch the FULL shows on your mobile device or computer. Take the videos with you anywhere!  

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  21. Zurich Chess Challenge 2014
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    The Zurich Chess Challenge was contested by World Champion and Numero Uno GM Magnus Carlsen; Number Two and recent winner of the Tata Steel Tournament GM Levon Aronian; U.S. #1 and World #3 GM Hikaru Nakamura; Italian superstar GM Fabiano Caruana; Israeli uber-strong GM Boris Gelfand and, last but not least, former World Champion GM Vishy Anand. It sounds like a dream to have all these chess-stars together in the same event.

    By popular request, the ICC is making the ENTIRE broadcasts of the Zurich Chess Challenge available so you can live and relive each game!

    Own the entire series!  Over 25 hours (25:36:14), covering the entire tournament!  You can watch the FULL shows on your mobile device or computer. Take the videos with you anywhere!  

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  22. GM Pablo Ricardi
    $40.00

    GM Pablo Ricardi.
    FIVE ARGENTINE CHAMPIOSHIPS. TEN CHESS OLYMPIADS. Some of my students who have reached International Titles are GM Spangenberg, WGM C.Lujin and WIM E. Maggiolo. For chess classes, training or simuls e-mail pricardi@hotmail.com. My fees: 40 chekels per hour.

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  23. GM Igor-Alexander Nataf
    $60.00

    I am a 38 years old Grandmaster from Paris, France and my current FIDE Rating at 01-02-2017 is 2535Elo (Best rating was 2598 some years ago)

    Member of French Olympic team in 2000 (Istambul) and 2004 (Palma de Mallorca)
    Winner of Numerous International tournaments in Europe (Reykjavik, Montecatini Terme,Den Haag, Andorra,etc.)
    Coach/Second since 13 years of an Elite Grandmaster (top 20 in the world, rating 2750 Fide+)
    In January 2017, my 15 years old Student (girl) became WIM and won Oceania Zonal, so she qualified for next world cup in Tbilisi 2017.

    I can help you in various chess area from general play (to solve practical problems that you may encounter on the board, like Zeitnot, spoiling winning positions ,etc...) or more specifical ones (repairing openings, building a repetoire adapted to YOUR style , strategical training, etc... )
    My rates are quite reasonable : I charge 60 USD for a single hour and 80 Dollars for a 2 hours (in a row) lesson

    You can contact me at igor.nataf@gmail.com

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  24. GM Vadim Milov
    $60.00

    GM Vadim Milov.  Winner of many international tournaments. Highest Elo 2705 (2008).  Have a big training experience on different levels, from the beginners to the very top players. Available for lessons, training games etc.  Email: vadimmilov@hotmail.com Fee: 60 chekels/hour.

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  25. IM Alex Kundin
    $60.00

    Hi there! I am an IM and a former Europe youth champion Alex Kundin. A few of my lectures / webinars can be seen here:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0-vExhJK1k&feature=youtu.be
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCaro-jLSo0&app=desktop,
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2gpR-7-LG4,
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjJha8p-CXY

    I have wide experience in teaching chess to all levels and ages on-line and in real life. Also I firmly believe in individual approach to each player and try to focus on and improve one's weaknesses, mainly through analyzing his/her games and learning from his/her mistakes. Of course, other aspects of the player's game are also improved upon necessity. Languages: English, Russian, Hebrew.

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  26. WIM Olga Vasiliev
    $30.00

    WIM Olga Vasiliev from Israel
    Twice Israeli champion for women and a member of the national olympic team since 2003.
    Available for online lessons in English and Russian and training games with analysis.
    Contact me on olgav87@yahoo.com for details or pm on icc.

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  27. GM Yuri Vovk
    $35.00

    Hello! My name is GM Yuri Vovk – a 2600+ FIDE rated player from Ukraine. Why to choose me as your chess coach? First of all,my incremental coaching method allows you to comprehend chess rationally that can really help you to organize your chess knowledge as the whole teaching process is highly consistent. Secondly, my lessons are student-centred, so you feel comfortable during the our classes. Finally, it is a great deal from financial point of view as prices are really affordable and a generous discount of 50 USD is offered for those who purchase 10 hours of lessons in advance. Interested? Then do not hesitate to contact me on the ICC or by e-mail. English, Ukrainian and Russian languages.

    wolfisthegreatestpredator@gmail.com

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  28. FM Jari Jarvenpaa
    $20.00

    FM Jari Jarvenpaa from Finland.
    1 IM norm and e.g. win of GM Sarunas, around 2600. I have 2 years of experience on teaching, I have studied openings 17 years and read psychology in university. I play practise games, analyse your games and tell how to improve your playing style.
    My fee:20$/hour,1st hour is free.
    Email: jari.k.jarvenpaa@uta.fi
    More details, "finger NFork" or www6.chessclub.com/finger/NFork

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  29. IM Miodrag Perunovic
    $60.00

    IM Miodrag Perunovic, lesson/$60 hour. Lessons are in English and French! More than 450 students! Best students: GM Alexander Ipatov - World Junior champion! (2012), WIM Qiyu Zhou - World Youth champion U14! (2014), GM Eric Hansen - World Vice champ U16, World Cup qualifier 2011, 2013, GM Milan Zajic - World Vice champion U14 (2013), GM Denis Kadric, IM Richard Wang - World 2-nd U12, World 3-rd U14 (2012), IM James Adair, IM Vladimir Lukovic, IM Dusan Radovanovic... Feel Free to contact me by e-mail: miodrag.perunovic@gmail.com visit http://www.miodragperunovic.com/

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  30. IM Dagur Arngrimsson
    $35.00

    IM Dagur Arngrimsson from Iceland ( 1 GM norm). I´m available for lessons and have been teaching chess for years in schools in Iceland and on the internet. I´m not like many other coaches on the internet that throw some puzzles at you in the lesson while drinking coffee. I will work hard giving you the best lessons that are customized to your needs and will help you improve your game. That means you will have to work hard as well. For 35 $ per hour or 50$ per 2 hours or 275$ for 10 hours I will take you to the next level. Contact me on ICC (handle denuzio) or by mail dagsdyrid@hotmail.com. Looking forward hearing from you!

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  31. GM Oleksienko Mikhailo
    $70.00

    Hello everybody! I am GM Mykhaylo Oleksiyenko. My ELO is 2600+. I am Ukrainian 2016 champion. I was also Ukrainian rapid chess champion in 2014. I hold PhD in mathematics as well. I am teaching since 2011. I used to coach Dutch women's chess team for two years. The best chess players that I have been coaching are Alexander Ipatov, Vahap Sanal, and Volodymyr Vetoshko. I also have some experience as a commentator. World Team Chess Championship (Ankara, 2013) and FIDE Women’s World Chess Championship Match (Lviv, 2016) I am using Skype and chessclub.com where we can share a chessboard. I prefer video calls for better communication. It would be best if you could annotate some of your recent games with long time control (without the help of the engine) and send them to me. You may also check out my youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC2sn2vrw2KdSafmw_ZPh2A/ I am an active player myself so from time to time I will not be available for classes. Feel free to contact me if you want to get better at chess! My email is oleksiyenko.mykhaylo at gmail.com.

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  32. 1 Year St.Louis Scholastics Membership
    $69.95

    1 Year FREE membership. To claim your membership, you will need to enter your coupon code.  To enter the coupon code, click ADD TO CART and then type your coupon code on the next screen, in the DISCOUNT CODES box.

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  33. SimulMaster with GM David Smerdon
    $9.95
    It was BANTER indeed, and GM David Smerdon won all the 15 games! Our Australian GM was entertaining and played well, in a two-hour feat that people in ICC liked very much. David interacted with ICC members in channel 165 while beating all his opponents. It was FUN! Learn More
  34. Caro-Kann Defense: Fantasy variation (5 part series)
    $11.96
    Ronen's Opening Survey: Caro-Kann Defense: Fantasy variation (5 part series). B12: Caro-Kann: Tartakower (fantasy 3.f3) variation . We all know the classical variation of the Caro-Kann, with 3.Nc3 after 1.e4 c6 2.d4 d5, or the modern variation with 3.Nd2, the exchange variation with 3.exd5, and the advance variation with 3.e5, but the fantasy variation with 3.f3 has gained popularity in the last 2-3 years, since when GM Nepomniachtchi used it in some important games that allowed the young Russian talent to win the European Individual Chess Championship in 2010. White fights to keep his central pawns even at the cost of weakening his king, as most of the times his idea will be to caste queen-side. The likes of Ivanchuk, Timofeev, Judit Polgar and Jobava are used to play this variation. The line is mainly considered be aggressive, with play in the center and attack against black's king. GM Ronen Indiana-Jones Har-Zvi, in his 5-video series, takes us through the labyrinth of this interesting variation of the super-famous Caro-Kann Defense. Learn More
  35. Ruy Lopez: Breyer variation (5 part series)
    $14.95
    Ronen's Opening Survey: Ruy Lopez: Breyer variation (5 part series). C94, C95: Ruy Lopez: closed, Breyer defense, Ruy Lopez: closed, Breyer, Borisenko variation, Ruy Lopez: closed, Breyer, Borisenko variation 13.b3, Ruy Lopez: closed, Breyer, Borisenko variation 13.Nf1. Hungarian master Gyula Breyer (1893-1921) was one of the leading members of the hypermodern school of chess theory, but is best remembered for the variation of the Ruy Lopez named after him: 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 a6 4.Ba4 Nf6 5.0-0 Be7 6.Re1 b5 7.Bb3 0-0 8.c3 d6 9.h3 Nb8. This line became fashionable in the 1960s, and soon became a big favorite of ex-world champion Boris Spassky and candidate Lajos Portisch during this period. It also received attention from both Kasparov and Karpov during their mighty duels through the 1980s. It then went out of fashion for over 20 years at the elite level, only to now come back in vogue as a new favorite of Norwegian superstar Magnus Carlsen. And in a new series of Ronen's Opening Survey, our resident theoretical guru, GM Ronen Har-Zvi tells us why we could be going back to the future by switching to lines such as the solid and ultrasound Breyer, especially as the Sicilian gets more and more "engined out". Learn More
  36. Sicilian: Moscow Variation (7 part series)
    $20.93
    New Ideas in…: Sicilian: Moscow Variation (7 part series). B51, B52: Sicilian: Canal-Sokolsky (Nimzovich-Rossolimo, Moscow) attack. Playing the White side of the Sicilian is a tricky business these days with all that main-line theory to remember. Indeed, if White is looking to present Black with some real problems while still avoiding mountains of theory, then the Anti-Sicilian Bb5 lines – more specifically, the Rossolimo (1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5) and the Moscow (1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.Bb5+) – might just be the way to go. They are easy to play and often can resemble a Ruy Lopez - not what Black is looking for. Even players such as Anand, Carlsen and Svidler regularly use it - and with excellent results. So in his latest series “New Ideas In….” GM Ronen Har-Zvi examines the Anti-Sicilian Bb5 lines. Learn More
  37. SimulMaster with GM Alex Yermolinsky
    $9.95
    Yermo played well, and only one player was able to force him into a draw. Alex showed his usual confidence, playing solid openings and methodically destroying his opponents. ICC members enjoyed following the event, watching Alex on the LIVE ICC TV. Learn More
  38. Double Pawns (10 part series)
    $29.90
    Double Pawns (10 part series) Players: Portisch, Kuijpers, Gligoric, Plater, Botvinnik, Chekover, Dickenson, Emms, Karpov, Brown, Kortchnoi, Panno, Pigott, Mestel, Sokolov, Har-Zvi, Kharlov, Timman, Salov, Yussupov, Salov, Yussupov, Dreev, Timofeev, Ashwath, Kostenko, Acs, Ivanchuk, Fischer, Portisch, KasparovS, Harikrishna, Shaw, Stefanova, Kasparov, Kramnik, Grischuk, Morozevich, Iuldachev, Kholmov, ECO: Theory of double pawns is one of the most complex and important in chess. Extremely often double pawns are acceptable, or even strong, depending on the whole structure. One of the big distinction for double pawns is if they are isolated or connected with other pawns. This can make a lot of difference on how to deal with this particular and common structure. In this series IM John Watson looks at double pawns in an extensive and complete way. Learn More
  39. Let's get started!
    $2.99
    Let's get started! Players: ECO: In this introductory video if his new show "Sharpen Your Chess Sense with IM John Watson", John explains how he will guide you through building your own openings repertoire. Basically he's going to explain openings by chess concepts. All you need is be familiar with simple chess concepts such as file, row, material value, pin, fork, etc. everyone can benefit from watching these interesting lessons, form the beginner to the expert player. "Keep it simple, use common sense, and feel the position": these are the concepts that IM John Watson is going to enforce in his new video course; an original and appealing approach to build a remarkable opening repertoire! Learn More
  40. French (3 part series)
    $8.97
    French (3 part series) Players: Sax, Korchnoi, Potkin, Shulman, Miezis, Shirov, Kasparov, CompMephExclus, Okhotnik, Cheymol, Ulibin, Lautier, Meijers, Mullon, Miezis, Glek ECO: C01, A28, A13, B14, C42 Here at ICC Chess.FM we are always looking for improvement, and to provide our members with useful and interesting material to improve their game. We felt the need for a brand-new show, aimed at beginners up to intermediate players, where they can learn how to build an opening repertoire. IM John Watson is a renowned chess teacher, and with his new show he's going to put at your service his great teaching experience. In these videos, IM Watson is going to help you build your own opening repertoire, explaining the ideas that lie behind the moves; that's it, you won't have to memorize long sequences of moves in order to play your openings! Watson's lectures are going to sharpen your chess-sense, make you aware of what's going on over the 64-square beloved piece of wood (or the few pixels that it takes to see a board on your screen), and get a good "feeling" about your position. Every Tuesday at 3:00pm ICC time, don't miss the new and amazing Chess.FM show: Sharpen your chess-sense with IM John Watson! This week IM Watson continueshis new interesting series, sticking with the 1.e4 repertoire: the immortal French Opening. Learn More
  41. Bishop Opening (5 part series)
    $14.95
    Bishop Opening (5 part series) Players: Kasparov, Giorgadze, Sermek, Gostisa, Kasparov, Bareev, Vorobiov, Belukhin, Shaposhnikov, Lastin, Howell, Bindrich, Adams, Gyimesi, Kobalia, Petkov, Ems, Ledger ECO: C41, C50, C24, C54 IM John Watson is a renowned chess teacher, and with his new show he's going to put at your service his great teaching experience. In these videos, IM Watson is going to help you build your own opening repertoire, explaining the ideas that lie behind the moves; that's it, you won't have to memorize long sequences of moves in order to play your openings! Watson's lectures are going to sharpen your chess-sense, make you aware of what's going on over the 64-square beloved piece of wood (or the few pixels that it takes to see a board on your screen), and get a good "feeling" about your position. Every Tuesday at 3:00pm ICC time, don't miss the new and amazing Chess.FM show: Sharpen your chess-sense with IM John Watson! This week IM Watson continues his interesting series, about a typical piece of repertoire for White: 1. e4 e5 2. Bc4 - The Bishop Opening. John will analyze for us the moves that Black can play as his second move, and explain us how this opening configuration can evolve on the board, converging into a number of different well-known opening lines. Don't miss this formative and interesting series, and 'store' another great piece of opening repertoire for your future successes! Learn More
  42. Pirc (3 part series)
    $8.97
    Pirc (3 part series) Players: Kurnosov, Dzhumaev, Dreev, Anagostopoulos, Caruana, Peralta, Almasi, Marin, SantoMarin, Chabanon, Werle, Nijboer, Philidor, Mirzoev, Movsziszian ECO: C01, B07 IM John Watson is a renowned chess teacher, and with his new show he's going to put at your service his great teaching experience. In these videos, IM Watson is going to help you build your own opening repertoire, explaining the ideas that lie behind the moves; that's it, you won't have to memorize long sequences of moves in order to play your openings! Watson's lectures are going to sharpen your chess-sense, make you aware of what's going on over the 64-square beloved piece of wood (or the few pixels that it takes to see a board on your screen), and get a good "feeling" about your position. Every Tuesday at 3:00pm ICC time, don't miss the new and amazing Chess.FM show: Sharpen your chess-sense with IM John Watson! This week IM Watson concludes his series on the Pirc. Don't miss this formative and interesting series, and 'store' another great piece of opening repertoire for your future successes! Learn More
  43. Scandinavian (3 part series)
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    Scandinavian (3 part series) Players: Movsesian, Papaioannou, Iordachescu, VanDerLaan, Liss, Afek , Liss, Afek, Malbran, Slipak, Timofeev, Bryson, Topalov, Kamsky, Zjukin, Teelem, Leko, Morozevich ECO: B01, B00, B01 IM John Watson is a renowned chess teacher, and with his new show he's going to put at your service his great teaching experience. In these videos, IM Watson is going to help you build your own opening repertoire, explaining the ideas that lie behind the moves; that's it, you won't have to memorize long sequences of moves in order to play your openings! Watson's lectures are going to sharpen your chess-sense, make you aware of what's going on over the 64-square beloved piece of wood (or the few pixels that it takes to see a board on your screen), and get a good "feeling" about your position. Every Tuesday at 3:00pm ICC time, don't miss the new and amazing Chess.FM show: Sharpen your chess-sense with IM John Watson! This week IM Watson continues his series on the Scandinavian. Don't miss this formative and interesting series, and 'store' another great piece of opening repertoire for your future successes! Learn More
  44. Alekhine (2 part series)
    $5.98
    Alekhine (2 part series) Players: Manasterski, Zabierzanski, Glek, Ivanov, Ibarra, Asis, DellaVilla, SantoRoman, Marutkins, Pesl ECO: B03, B03 IM John Watson is a renowned chess teacher, and with his new show he's going to put at your service his great teaching experience. In these videos, IM Watson is going to help you build your own opening repertoire, explaining the ideas that lie behind the moves; that's it, you won't have to memorize long sequences of moves in order to play your openings! Watson's lectures are going to sharpen your chess-sense, make you aware of what's going on over the 64-square beloved piece of wood (or the few pixels that it takes to see a board on your screen), and get a good "feeling" about your position. Every Tuesday at 3:00pm ICC time, don't miss the new and amazing Chess.FM show: Sharpen your chess-sense with IM John Watson! This week IM Watson continues his short series on the Alekhine Defense. Don't miss this formative and interesting series, and 'store' another great piece of opening repertoire for your future successes! Learn More
  45. 1.e4 unusual replies(2 part series)
    $5.98
    1.e4 unusual replies(2 part series) Players: Cebalo, Mestrovic, McShane, Solak, Paehtz, Gausel, Hillarp, Sorenfors, Muri ECO: B00,B07, B06, B27 IM John Watson is a renowned chess teacher, and with his new show he's going to put at your service his great teaching experience. In these videos, IM Watson is going to help you build your own opening repertoire, explaining the ideas that lie behind the moves; that's it, you won't have to memorize long sequences of moves in order to play your openings! Watson's lectures are going to sharpen your chess-sense, make you aware of what's going on over the 64-square beloved piece of wood (or the few pixels that it takes to see a board on your screen), and get a good "feeling" about your position. Every Tuesday at 3:00pm ICC time, don't miss the new and amazing Chess.FM show: Sharpen your chess-sense with IM John Watson! This week IM Watson concludes is new series on the unusual replies to 1.e4. Don't miss this formative and interesting series, and 'store' another great piece of opening repertoire for your future successes! Learn More
  46. Repertoire for Black - The French (21 part series)

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    Repertoire for Black - The French (21 part series)
    COMES WITH ONE (1) MONTH OF BONUS ICC MEMBERSHIP Learn More
  47. A Russian Super-Final Sparkler
    $2.99
    A Russian Super-Final Sparkler ECO: B91: Sicilian: Najdorf, Zagreb (fianchetto) variation Players: Timofeev, Vitiugov Learn More
  48. Anand's Anatomy of an attack
    $2.99
    Anand's Anatomy of an attack ECO: B90, B14: Sicilian: Najdorf, Byrne (English) attack, Caro-Kann: Panov-Botvinnik attack, 5...e6 Players: Anand, Kamsky, Timofeev, Svidler Tournament: Linares 1994 Learn More
  49. Pwning, passed and present
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    Pwning, passed and present ECO: B52, A25: Sicilian: Canal-Sokolsky attack, Sokolsky variation, English: closed system Players: Timofeev, Kishmatulli,Csom, Yussupov Learn More
  50. Pawn formations and Lightning Strikes
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    Pawn formations and Lightning Strikes ECO: , D45: , QGD semi-Slav: Stoltz variation Players: Alekhine, Colle, Mamedyarov, Timofeev Learn More

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