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  1. Roman's Lab Vol 3 - Transition to the Middle Game (4h 20m)
    $16.00
    Grandmaster Roman Dzindzichashvili discusses key features of early middlegame positions - pawn structures, how to build attacking positions. 11.Designing Sicilian Assaults from the Opening 12.Building Attacking Positions from the Opening - Part 1 13.Building Attacking Positions from the Opening - Part 2 14.The Importance of Planning for Pawn Structure in the Opening - Part 1 15.The Importance of Planning for Pawn Structure in the Opening - Part 2 GrandMaster Roman Dzindzichashvili •Former two time U.S. Champion & Russian Champion •World Open Winner, Writer & Teacher •Former Chess Coach & Trainer for World Champions Gary Kasparov & Anatoly Karpov Total running time 4h 20m Learn More
  2. Roman's Lab Vol 2 - Sacrifices and Tactics that End Games in the Opening (4h 20m)
    $16.00
    Roman's Lab 2: Sacrifices, Tactics, Traps that End Games in Opening Over FOUR HOURS of material, covering lessons on taking an ambitious approach in critical opening positions, tactical motifs in the openings and positional sacrifices in the opening. Lessons 6 ö 10 6.Ambitious Approach to Critical Opening Positions 7.Positional Sacrifice in the Opening - Part 1 8.Positional Sacrifice in the Opening - Part 2 9.Powerful Tactics in the Opening - Part 1 10.Powerful Tactics in the Opening - Part 2 GrandMaster Roman Dzindzichashvili •Former two time U.S. Champion & Russian Champion •World Open Winner, Writer & Teacher •Former Chess Coach & Trainer for World Champions Gary Kasparov & Anatoly Karpov Total running time 4h 20m Learn More
  3. Roman's Lab Vol 1 - Learning Openings the Easy Way, Traps & Novelties (4h 20m)
    $16.00
    In this five lesson DVD, Roman discusses topics such as how to avoid and create opening traps, searching for novelties and the advantages and drawbacks of a sharp repertoire. Five lessons include 1.Learning Openings the Easy Way - Guide to worry-free openings, based on understanding rather than a memory contest. 2.Avoiding & Creating Opening Traps - The secrets to avoiding and creating opening traps without damaging your position. 3.Dangers & Advantages of Choosing Sharp Openings - Tactics you can't live without in sharp modern openings. 4.Punishment for Delaying Development in the Opening - Punishment meted out for typical materialist at the expense of development. 5.Creating Opening Novelties - Important updates on a number of novelties introduced in previous Roman Forum tapes. GrandMaster Roman Dzindzichashvili •Former two time U.S. Champion & Russian Champion •World Open Winner, Writer & Teacher •Former Chess Coach & Trainer for World Champions Gary Kasparov & Anatoly Karpov Total running time 4h 20m Learn More
  4. Mr Six Time! Volume 1 - Browne (110 mins)
    $16.00
    Mr. Six Time Vol. 1 by G.M. Browne Purchase 110 minutes In the first volume of a classic two volume dvd series, Six-Time US Champion GM Walter Browne ("Mr. Six-Time"), with the assistance of GM Ron Henley, discusses and analyzes his best games from some of the six US Championships that he has won. Using brilliant victories against top American players such as Bisguier, Grefe, Byrne, Mednis, and Christiansen (including three great and theoretically important victories with his beloved Sicilian Najdorf), Browne illustrates the preparation, skill, and determination that are required to produce a championship record that has created a modern American chess legend! Learn More
  5. Mr Six Time! Volume 2 - Browne (118 mins)
    $16.00
    Mr. Six Time Vol. 2 by G.M. Browne 118 minutes In the second volume of a classic two volume dvd series, Six-Time US Champion GM Walter Browne ("Mr. Six-Time"), with the assistance of GM Ron Henley, discusses and analyzes his best games from some of the six US Championships that he has won. Using brilliant victories against top American players such as Seirawan, Alburt, and Christiansen, the author illustrates the preparation, skill, and determination that are required to produce a championship record that has created a modern American chess legend! Learn More
  6. Shirov's Best Endgames - Shirov (115 mins)
    $16.00
    In chess, the endgame is where calculation and intuition reign supreme. In the final stages of a game, one fleeting moment might define the difference between victory, a draw or even defeat. In this DVD dedicated to his best endgames, international chess superstar Alexei Shirov deeply analyzes some of his best endgames including those against Ruzhyale (Kramatorsk 1989), Akopian (Oakham 1992), Kramnik (Wijk aan Zee 1998), Timman (Wijk aan Zee 1998), Topalov (Linares 1998) and Kramnik (Linares 1998). Total approximate running time: 115 minutes Learn More
  7. Shirov's Best Games Volume 1 - Shirov (118 mins)
    $16.00
    In the first volume of a series of DVDs dedicated to his best games, 1998 WCC World Championship Challenger Alexei Shirov deeply analyzes his razor-sharp encounters with Gheorghiu (Moscow 1989), Bareev (Lvov 1990), Hauchard (Paris 1990), and Lautier (Manila 1990). Shirov searches for the truth and beauty in his games, and provides the viewer with a fascinating display of chess vision at the pinnacle of tournament chess. Total approximate running time: 118 minutes Learn More
  8. Shirov's Best Games Volume 2 - Shirov (104 mins)
    $16.00
    In the second volume of a series of DVDs dedicated to his best games, 1998 WCC World Championship Challenger Alexei Shirov deeply analyzes his fascinating encounters with Nikolenko (USSR Ch. Moscow 1991), Thorhallsson (Reykjavik 1992), and Kamsky (Linares 1993). Shirov skillfully maneuvers the viewer through the tactical minefields and complex strategies that are the trademark of his dynamic chess style. Total approximate running time: 104 minutes Learn More
  9. Shirov's Best Games Volume 3 - Shirov (90 mins)
    $16.00
    In the third volume of a series of DVDs dedicated to his best games, 1998 WCC World Championship Challenger Alexei Shirov deeply analyzes his sharp and fascinating battles with Kamsky (Lucerne 1993), Kramnik (Linares 1994), Benjamin (Horgen 1994), and Timman (Biel 1995). Shirov executes blazing sacrificial attacks that frequently leave his opponents' positions in ruins. This video provides more of his fiery chess combat with the world's best. Total approximate running time: 90 minutes Learn More
  10. Shirov's Best Games Volume 4 - Shirov (90 mins)
    $16.00
    In the fourth volume of a series of DVDs dedicated to his best games, 1998 WCC World Championship Challenger Alexei Shirov deeply analyzes his sharp and complex encounters with Nunn (Bundesliga 1996), Judit Polgar (Tilburg 1996), Kasparov (Erevan Olympiad 1996), and Yusupov (Ter Apel 1997). Shirov demonstrates the attacking style that has thrilled his legions of fans worldwide, and provides the viewer with more intense chess combat. Total approximate running time: 90 minutes Learn More
  11. Play the Benko! Volume 1 - Alburt (DVD)
    $16.00
    Grandmaster Repetoire DVD Series Benko Gambit Accepted by G.M. Lev Alburt Purchase Part 1 117 minutes GM Lev Alburt. In the first volume of a two-volume dvd series devoted to the Benko Gambit, three-time US Chess Champion GM Lev Alburt examines and explains the fundamental strategic and tactical ideas associated with this sound and flexible defense to White's 1.d4. Learn More
  12. Play the Benko! Volume 2 - Alburt (DVD)
    $16.00
    Grandmaster Repetoire DVD Series Benko Gambit Accepted by G.M. Lev Alburt Purchase Part 2 117 minutes GM Lev Alburt. In the first volume of a two-volume dvd series devoted to the Benko Gambit, three-time US Chess Champion GM Lev Alburt examines and explains the fundamental strategic and tactical ideas associated with this sound and flexible defense to White's 1.d4. Learn More
  13. Tactics: Middle & Endgame - Mednis (120 mins)
    $16.00
    Be on your guard, and be alert! GM Edmar Mednis is your guide to the world of commonly occurring tactical traps and tactical motifs in all three phases of the game - the opening, the middlegame, and the endgame. Tactical ability is a prerequisite in all phases of the game. In the opening when development is in its early stages, one slip can be instantly fatal. In the middlegame, there is a myriad of tactical devices available to the well-practiced player in order to carry out the successful prosecution of his or her initiative. In the endgame, tactical solutions require concrete and accurate calculation. The knowledge that Mednis has distilled into this chess DVD is indispensable for the aspiring chess student. Total approximate running time: 120 minutes Learn More
  14. Defence and Counterattack - Wolff (116 mins)
    $16.00
    Essentials Needed to Improve Your Chess Defense & Counterattack by G.M. Wolf Chess is a struggle! In this video, twice US Chess Champion GM Patrick Wolff (1992 & 1995) teaches the defensive techniques that have been developed by grandmasters. The author shows you how to: Defend and protect the weaknesses in your position and how to protect your king; Strengthen your position; Defend difficult and inferior positions: Beat off attacks, and assume the initiative; Develop counterplay using tactical and strategical methods, and much more. Wolff illustrates the key concepts he presents in this video by including deftly analyzed games from the Linares grandmaster tournament of 1994 Learn More
  15. Middlegame Planning – Wolff
    $16.00
    Essentials Needed to Improve Your Chess Middlegame Planning by G.M. Wolf This 178 minute dvd is devoted to the middlegame, twice US Chess Champion GM Patrick Wolff (1992 & 1995) demonstrates how to best formulate plans and how to evaluate chess positions. Wolff deals with a variety of topics that have an influence on the objective evaluation of a position, including: Pawn Structures; Material versus Initiative; The imbalance in positions with bishop versus knight; Decisions regarding trading down into an endgame, and; Decisions based on short-term planning versus long-term planning. Learn More
  16. Garry Kasparov - My Story: Part 1 - Teenage Prodigy (DVD)
    $16.00
    In this unique series of films, we are privileged to learn about the struggles and successes of the 13th World Champion from his own unique perspective. The story of his epic journey from teenage hotshot to modern chess icon is chronicled in depth and with revealing detail. For the first time ever we go behind the scenes and catch the inside stories to discover the real Garry Kasparov. This great new series reveals in detail all the highlights and drama of Garry's meteoric career, and the inside story behind his one-man chess revolution. Garry offers new and dramatic insights as he looks back on the games, incidents and personalities that have moulded not just his own legacy but the future of chess itself. Along the way we will gain a rare look into how the strongest player of all time learns and improves. Every chess player will be fascinated as Garry explains his pioneering approach to attacking play and his unique chess theories of "material, time and quality". This is not a calm, reflective look back. It is a thought provoking collection of incident, instruction and high drama on and off the board. By viewing these events through his own eyes we will come to understand who this controversial, larger-than-life man really is - what drives him, and what shaped him. Garry Kasparov has made enemies as easily and gladly as he has made headlines. Be prepared - to meet the strongest chess player in the world, and by universal acclaim the greatest player in the entire history of the game. Garry Kasparov has made enemies as easily and gladly as he has made headlines. Be prepared - to meet the strongest chess player in the world, and by universal acclaim the greatest player in the entire history of the game. Garry Kasparov has made enemies as easily and gladly as he has made headlines. Be prepared - to meet the strongest chess player in the world, and by universal acclaim the greatest player in the entire history of the game. Learn More
  17. Garry Kasparov - My Story: Part 2 - Joining the Elite (DVD)
    $16.00
    In this unique series of films, we are privileged to learn about the struggles and successes of the 13th World Champion from his own unique perspective. The story of his epic journey from teenage hotshot to modern chess icon is chronicled in depth and with revealing detail. For the first time ever we go behind the scenes and catch the inside stories to discover the real Garry Kasparov. This great new series reveals in detail all the highlights and drama of Garry's meteoric career, and the inside story behind his one-man chess revolution. Garry offers new and dramatic insights as he looks back on the games, incidents and personalities that have moulded not just his own legacy but the future of chess itself. Along the way we will gain a rare look into how the strongest player of all time learns and improves. Every chess player will be fascinated as Garry explains his pioneering approach to attacking play and his unique chess theories of "material, time and quality". This is not a calm, reflective look back. It is a thought provoking collection of incident, instruction and high drama on and off the board. By viewing these events through his own eyes we will come to understand who this controversial, larger-than-life man really is - what drives him, and what shaped him. Garry Kasparov has made enemies as easily and gladly as he has made headlines. Be prepared - to meet the strongest chess player in the world, and by universal acclaim the greatest player in the entire history of the game. If one element characterized the games of teenage Garry Kasparov, it was the whirlwind aggression of his play. By 1981, though still a tender 18 years of age, his ferocious talent demanded that he clear ever-higher hurdles. Now it was time to take on the grown-ups, and for him this meant one thing - the world elite. Learn More
  18. Garry Kasparov - My Story: Part 3 - Rebels and Rengades (DVD)
    $16.00
    This is. In this unique series of films, we are privileged to learn about the struggles and successes of the 13th World Champion from his own unique perspective. The story of his epic journey from teenage hotshot to modern chess icon is chronicled in depth and with revealing detail. For the first time ever we go behind the scenes and catch the inside stories to discover the real Garry Kasparov. This great new series reveals in detail all the highlights and drama of Garry's meteoric career, and the inside story behind his one-man chess revolution. Garry offers new and dramatic insights as he looks back on the games, incidents and personalities that have moulded not just his own legacy but the future of chess itself. Along the way we will gain a rare look into how the strongest player of all time learns and improves. Every chess player will be fascinated as Garry explains his pioneering approach to attacking play and his unique chess theories of "material, time and quality". This is not a calm, reflective look back. It is a thought provoking collection of incident, instruction and high drama on and off the board. By viewing these events through his own eyes we will come to understand who this controversial, larger-than-life man really is - what drives him, and what shaped him. Garry Kasparov has made enemies as easily and gladly as he has made headlines. Be prepared - to meet the strongest chess player in the world, and by universal acclaim the greatest player in the entire history of the game. A close look at Garry Kasparov's career reveals a remarkable amount of sheer brinkmanship. At a time when the Soviet Union was wired with paranoia and run by invisible connections, the winds of political change were beginning to stir and the brash renegade Kasparov would be in the right place at the right time to capitalize on the new climate. Learn More
  19. Garry Kasparov - My Story: Part 4 - Hitting the Wall (DVD)
    $16.00
    In this unique series of films, we are privileged to learn about the struggles and successes of the 13th World Champion from his own unique perspective. The story of his epic journey from teenage hotshot to modern chess icon is chronicled in depth and with revealing detail. For the first time ever we go behind the scenes and catch the inside stories to discover the real Garry Kasparov. This great new series reveals in detail all the highlights and drama of Garry's meteoric career, and the inside story behind his one-man chess revolution.Garry offers new and dramatic insights as he looks back on the games, incidents and personalities that have moulded not just his own legacy but the future of chess itself. Along the way we will gain a rare look into how the strongest player of all time learns and improves. Every chess player will be fascinated as Garry explains his pioneering approach to attacking play and his unique chess theories of "material, time and quality". This is not a calm, reflective look back. It is a thought provoking collection of incident, instruction and high drama on and off the board. By viewing these events through his own eyes we will come to understand who this controversial, larger-than-life man really is - what drives him, and what shaped him. The shadows of political intrigue would threaten to do what no chess player could manage - to eliminate Garry from the hunt for the World Title. And when the long awaited confrontation between Karpov and Kasparov arrived, it turned out to be the most remarkable and controversial match ever played. Learn More
  20. Garry Kasparov - My Story: Part 5 - Rite of Passage (DVD)
    $16.00
    series of films, we are privileged to learn about the struggles and successes of the 13th World Champion from his own unique perspective. The story of his epic journey from teenage hotshot to modern chess icon is chronicled in depth and with revealing detail. For the first time ever we go behind the scenes and catch the inside stories to discover the real Garry Kasparov. This great new series reveals in detail all the highlights and drama of Garry's meteoric career, and the inside story behind his one-man chess revolution. Garry offers new and dramatic insights as he looks back on the games, incidents and personalities that have moulded not just his own legacy but the future of chess itself. Along the way we will gain a rare look into how the strongest player of all time learns and improves. Every chess player will be fascinated as Garry explains his pioneering approach to attacking play and his unique chess theories of "material, time and quality". This is not a calm, reflective look back. It is a thought provoking collection of incident, instruction and high drama on and off the board. By viewing these events through his own eyes we will come to understand who this controversial, larger-than-life man really is - what drives him, and what shaped him. Garry Kasparov has made enemies as easily and gladly as he has made headlines. Be prepared - to meet the strongest chess player in the world, and by universal acclaim the greatest player in the entire history of the game. Learn More
  21. Kasparov - Anand 1995 World Ch. (150 mins)
    $16.00
    The official DVD of the match from the top of the World Trade Center in New York City. BBC and ESPN commentator GM Daniel King presents the definitive record with the best of the action and post-game interviews with the players. King analyzes the theoretical conclusions of the match and in particular Kasparov's favorite Sicilian defenses. No chessplayer can fail to improve after watching this World Championship DVD. It offers a privileged and instructive insight into chess at the highest level of match play. Total approximate running time: 150 minutes Learn More
  22. Kasparov - Karpov 1987 - Karpov (91 mins)
    $16.00
    In this volume of a series of chess DVDs devoted to his World Championship career, the 12th World Champion GM Anatoly Karpov discusses and analyzes five of his games from the 1987 World Championship Match in Sevilla (KK-4) against his "eternal" rival - Garry Kasparov. This DVD (and others in the series) provide the viewer with a unique perspective on the thought processes of a World Chess Champion. Total approximate running time: 91 minutes Learn More
  23. Kasparov - Karpov 1990 - Karpov (91 mins)
    $16.00
    In this volume of a series of chess DVDs devoted to his World Championship career, the 12th World Champion GM Anatoly Karpov discusses and analyzes four of his games from the 1990 World Championship Match in New York and Lyons (KK-5) against his "eternal" rival - Garry Kasparov. This DVD (and others in the series) provide the viewer with a unique perspective on the thought processes of a World Chess Champion. Total approximate running time: 76 minutes Learn More
  24. Latvian Gambit (2 video series)
    $5.98
    The Latvian Gambit with 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 f5!? is one of the most exciting and fascinating openings with a long and storied history in chess literature. The name was a tribute to the Latvian players, notably Karlis Betins (1867-1943), who analyzed it in the early part of the 20th century. Although it is almost impossible to find in the repertoire of a professional player, amateurs, correspondence players and online aficionados here at the ICC have long found the tactical labyrinth of the main lines to be highly appealing. And in this Gambit Guide series, GM Boris Alterman puts the Latvian under the microscope. Learn More
  25. Scandinavian Gambit (3 video series)
    $8.97
    The Scandinavian or Center Counter with 1 e4 d5 is one of the oldest asymmetric defenses in chess history, dating back to 1475. It became a theory backwater though for many years until it was revitalized and rechristened "the Scandinavian" due to it being adopted by Denmark's Bent Larsen, who defeated World Champion Anatoly Karpov with it. It is now extremely popular at club level, and particularly the line 1 e4 d5 2 exd5 Nf6, the so-called Marshall Gambit (or Scandinavian Gambit) after U.S. Champion Frank Marshall. And in this Gambit Guide series, GM Boris Alterman shows how the "Sizzling Scandinavian" can be a potent weapon for Black. Learn More
  26. Introduction to Pawns
    $2.99
    NM Dan Heisman, in this formative video, explains what any chess player needs to know about pawn structures. Pawns structure is one of the four fundamentals that need to be mastered to excell in the game, the other three being King safety, material and activity of your army. Starting from "double pawns" formations, Dan goes through all the problems that a weak pawn structure can lead to. Learn More
  27. Introduction to Thought Process (2 video series)
    $5.98
    NM Dan Heisman continues his "Intro" series, analyzing what is the "Thought process" in this video. Dan explains everything that happens since when your opponent makes a moves until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Chess is a thinking game, and there's nothing more important than thought process. This is why NM Dan Heisman offers a second video on this particularly important aspect of the game. In this second video, Dan talks about analytical and non-analytical positions. One of the more important skills that a chess player has to develop is the "sense of danger". Studying this video will help you understand the importance of the thinking processes in chess. Learn More
  28. Evaluating a Chess Position (2 video series)
    $5.98
    When you perform thought process in chess, the two main components of it are Analysis and Evaluation. Analysis involves the use of your move tree; which moves is good and which is not reasonable. When the smoke clears and you have a better idea of your candidate moves, there comes the Evaluation: who is better, by how much and why. When people start their chess career, they are told to evaluate the position mainly by material, and that makes much sense indeed; then they are given some tips, such as "if you have more pieces out that's good", "if you mess up your pawn structure that's bad", etc. Being able to objectively evaluate a chess position is one of the fundamental piece of knowledge to improve your game. What are the criteria to evaluate a position? They are Material, King's safety, the activity of your army and pawn structure. It is easy to misevaluate a position, for example when you think you're better because you have more space, but you miss to see that your army is not activated properly to take advantage of that space. Don't miss another piece of basic chess theory, brought to you by ICC and NM Dan Heisman! Learn More
  29. Introduction to Time Management
    $2.99
    In this video NM Dan Heisman tackles a quite unique topic for chess related shows: Time Management. This subject is very underrated and often overlooked by weaker players, as it is something about which there is not much information available. Back in the 1880's grandmasters were playing without clocks, but they would take forever; they played for money, and wanted to find the best move, this resulting in long hours without a move, with the spectators asking for their money back, because they didn't see many moves during a day. The advent of the clock in a chess game changed profoundly the approach to the game: with time constraint the masters were not anymore trying to find the best move, but instead they were forced to find the best move in a given amount of time. This was an epochal change in the game as we know it today. Since then the use of the clock in chess has evolved, and today chess is played in a "sudden death" mode, with the players forced to finish the game in a given amount of time (no adjournment). Another important aspect of the evolution of the chess clock is the increment, which adds a certain number of seconds to the clock for each move. Modern chess is greatly influenced by time, and it's extremely important to manage one's time efficiently. NM Dan Heisman, in this interesting and not to be missed video-lecture, explains how to deal with the clock during a chess game. Learn More
  30. Theory of Chess Improvement
    $5.98
    One of the most discussed topics in the chess world is "how to improve your game". NM Dan Heisman starts explaining what "play strength" is. There is a bit of a misunderstanding about this important concept in chess. Play strength is not your rating nor, and this might sound odd at first, your chess knowledge. You can easily see this watching 9-10 years old talented kids winning games playing adults, even though there's no way they could have as much knowledge. The right sequence to get better is improve your chess strength, without paying much attention to your rating, and not the contrary. Dan's theory of chess improvement involves ideas such as "add positives" and "subtract negatives". What are positives and negatives? Don't miss this formative video, and discover this and other important ideas on how to improve your game with NM Dan Heisman! Learn More
  31. Break Moves
    $2.99
    In this video NM Dan Heisman tackles another important piece of basic chess theory: break moves. It's also known as "Pawn Break", and Dan introduces the main ideas about this important positional motif in a chess game, such as fixed pawns, for example. After the moves 1.d4 d5, the two pawns are "fixed", as they can't move anymore. The question is: how can you break these fixed pawns, so that they can be attacked? There are obviously two ways: attack the fixed pawn with pieces or with pawns. You'll learn that during the opening attacking a fixed pawn with pieces may not be as effective as it would seem, thus Dan gives us the correct definition: a break move is when you attach a fixed pawn - isolated or within a pawn structure - with a pawn of your army. This apparently simple concept actually is a very important part of basic chess theory. Learn More
  32. Zurich Chess Challenge 2014
    $0.00

    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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  33. IM Jean Hebert
    $40.00

    Jean Hebert, also postal GM with decades of coaching experience from beginners up to future GM players. I will help you understand chess better but first of all to understand yourself better through analysis of your games and practice games. I teach in english et en français. E-mail : jhebert1@videotron.ca

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  34. IM Hugh O Donnell
    $30.00

    Tom O'Donnell (Canada) 30 chekels/hr. Taught chess 20+ years for 800 - 2200. Focus on middlegame strategy/tactics, thinking techniques to find moves/plans. Correctly applying what information you have rather than learning a bunch of new stuff you can't use is key. Message me if interested.

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  35. IM Jonathan Schroer
    $58.00

    scholastic coach and former Program Director of the Emory-Atlanta Castle Chess Camp. Jonathan has been giving ICC/phone lessons (individual and group) since 1995. Schroer students typically enjoy rapid and sustained improvement. For details, message Schroer or "finger Schroer". E-mail: blitzen3@earthlink.net

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  36. 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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  37. IM Wm.Paschall
    $35.00

    International Master William Paschall (Mrserious) Experienced teacher, commentator and video lecturer. 20 Years teaching and training in chess. 2 Time Massachusetts State Champ / 3 Time New England Champ. Thousands of hours of private lessons and video/live commentary experience. Study chess in English with a clear and natural communicator!

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  38. 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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  39. IM Javier Gil Capap
    $60.00

    International Master Javier Gil (AU).  Professional chess coach. Over 15 years of on-line coaching experience.  What makes me different from other coaches:
    - You get a 100% original Study file for *ALL* our lessons. <br/>- Individual Forum Support. You get *ALL* your questions answered on a private forum that only you and the coach can read.  - On-line tests to check your progress.  Superb game annotation (Providing full strategy comments, highlighting your weaknesses, etc. not just highlighting the tactical errors: any chess engine can do that!).  Fair rates. Check my website at http://www.chesspupil.com"for more info.

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  40. FM Alex Dunne
    $40.00

    Alex Dunne, chess teacher, author, columnist, USCF Life Master, Postal Master, 20 + years experience teaching juniors and adults at Castle Chess Camp.
    $40 an hour: games, analysis -- for details, adunne@stny.rr.com

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  41. FM Ryan Harper
    $20.00

    I am FM Ryan Harper from Trinidad and Tobago. I am very reasonable and have a lot of very satisfied students. I can teach Slav defense against of d4. I can also teach how to play The Sicilian Dragon (of which I am a pro). I can show how to play as well, The English Attack and Classical Be2 against Najdorf. With e4 I specialize in the Italian Game against e5. I am capable of showing many interesting openings against various defenses. My main area of coaching is in the middle game and endgames for which I tailor programs specific to the students. I coach and have coached a number of Champions in my country as well. I am 6 time National Champion in my Country. I have been coaching professionally for twelve years. I charge 20 chekels per hour. However, I prefer to do TWO hours sessions at 40 chekels per session. Message me for info.

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  42. GM Bong Villamayor
    $40.00

    GM Bong Villamayor from the Philippines.
    Retired from active play. Coached and developed aspiring talents for more than 20 years...many have attained their GM, WGM, IM, FM titles.
    Offering structured lessons with training programs complete with emailed homework. Orientation and game diagnostics of strengths and weaknesses. One's games is the best source of lessons! A thorough analysis of one's games gives an insight on how you think. Specialising on Rook Endgames. You want to improve yor endgames, I am your guy!
    Rate arrangements and packages are welcomed! Former Training Director of National Chess Academy of the Philippines; Former Singapore National Coach 2001-2002 & Senior Trainer Intchess ASEAN Chess Academy; 2000 ASEAN Zone Champion; 2000 Candidate World Championships, New Delhi India, 1986 World Junior Blitz Champion; 6x World Chess Olympiad participant; Double gold medal 2003 Vietnam SEA Games. (Formulated the national blue print for the grassroots program.
    Conducted seminars and chess courses throughout the country in cooperation with the Philippine Sports Commission and The Office of the President. In 2002, he created Philippines 5-year Developmental Program and Curriculum for chess.
    GM Bong has worked closely with principals and teachers of the Department of Education to conduct lectures and seminars. In 2004, because of his work GM Bong was nominated as one of the Ten Outstanding Men of Philippines.) Presently Training Director of Chesskidz LLP Singapore (www.chess-kidz.com).

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  43. FM Mark Ritter
    $50.00

    FM/Senior Master Mark Ritter. Lessons (50 chekels/hr)include games analysis & proven Master Method for increasing tactical vision & minimizing blunders! I focus on PRACTICAL CHESS UNDERSTANDING - not endless theory and variations. For more info (including references), e-mail me at: mritter54@hotmail.com

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  44. IM Michael Rahal
    $35.00

    IM Michael Rahal. "finger mikerahal". Avalaible for lessons in English and Spanish. Check out my chess videos Youtube.

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  45. GM Petr Kiriakov
    $40.00

    GM Petr Kiriakov,Russia.  I charge $40 per hour for my lessons. Standard game 30 10 with analysis is $20

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  46. WIM Elmira Alieva
    $30.00

    Alieva Elmira WIM from Baku, Azerbaijan.
    13 times Azerbaijan Champion. About 30 years of chess coaching with players of all levels(GMs and IMs).
    I will find your weaknesses and show you how to improve.
    I am also available for blitz and analysis. Prices are reasonable.

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  47. GM Reinaldo Vera
    $30.00

    I am Reinaldo Vera, GM since 1988 and I have taken part in 10 chess Olympiads (gold medal in Kalmikia 98). I am FIde Senior Trainer. I offer lessons about hours from rookies to IM. For more info check my notes or send me an ICC message.

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  48. IM Attila Turzo
    $50.00

    Hello! Would you like to improve your chess? International Master Attila Turzo is at your service.
    If you need more information please send me an email at attilaturzo@gmail.com! Thank you.

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  49. GM Kosanovic Goran
    $40.00

    I have been chess trainer for 20 years. with FIDE trainer certificate. My students have become GM,IM etc.If you are interested in chess lessons,game analysis or to play with me, please contact me trhrough kosanovicgoran62@gmail.com. For more info go to finger Kosanovic.

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  50. Konstantin Kosteniuk
    $25.00

    My name is Konstantin Kosteniuk and I am the father, and first trainer of the Woman Vice World Chess Champion, Alexandra Kosteniuk.
    I give lessons for 25 chekels/hour. You can read more about me at http://www.kosteniuk.com.
    You can message me for more information.

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