Archive for June, 2014

Complete Chess Course Combo 3 DVD – Five Hours to Rating 1500!

Complete Chess Course Combo 3 DVD
Complete Chess Course Combo 3 DVD
Chess King’s Complete Chess Course 3 DVD Set is the quickest and easiest way to learn the chess basics, the patterns, tips, strategies, techniques which will turn you from a beginner into an accomplished chess player. The DVD video format makes it simple to improve your chess. Just watch, listen and learn. This Course is a fountain of knowledge for parents and coaches. The set contains close to 5 hours of structured instruction with over 100 ready-to-use examples of sound chess fundamentals. Recommended for players Unrated to 1500 Elo. Ideal for Junior and improving players to reach club player level. Useful for parents and coaches to gather material for their chess lessons. The high quality DVDs feature 12th Women’s World Chess Champion and Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk and a portion of the proceeds go to support her Chess Fund.
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Easy Killer Chess Puzzle: White Wins

White has managed to build a very nice attack against the Black King and concludes it with a flourish. How did White win? The position is from the game Vadasz – Lingnau, Budapest, 1997.

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Magic Move Chess Puzzle: Kotronias – King 1-0

A magic chess move is a delight forever. Here is a neat position from the chess game Kotronias – King, New York, 1990. The Greek Grandmaster found a lovely idea to force an immediate win. Can you see it?

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Turning-the-Tables Chess Puzzle: How did White Win?

An easy puzzle for Chess King readers this Sunday: White to play and turn the tables with a win despite Black attacking both the White Rook and White Queen. How did White win?

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Pretty Chess Combination: Did White Really Win?

This is a seemingly nothing-happening chess puzzle from the game Savernjev – Paromov, USSR, 1963. What beautiful combination did White use to win this game?

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Clever Chess Combination: White to Win

A clever chess combination is like a piece of art. You love to share it and never forget it. Here’s one nice chess combination from the game Havasi – Sacconi, Folkestone, 1933. What forced winning line did White find?
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Strong-Attack Chess Puzzle: How Does White Win?

A checkmate is the best conclusion to a strong attack. Can you find the win for White in this chess position from the game Haider – Kahler, Vienna, 1959?

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Cool Chess Combination: White Wins

White has a very good Kingside attack in the game Gereben – Trojanescu, Budapest, 1952. White to play and win.

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Easy Chess Combination: How did White Win?

Here comes an easy chess puzzle to brighten up your evening. The position is from the game Agnos – Georgiev, Greece 1997. How did White win?

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Master Chess Class Commented Video: Alexandra Kosteniuk – Judith Polgar 1-0

Sit back for a master chess class. Get an insight into how a world chess champion thinks with analysis of this blitz game Alexandra Kosteniuk against Judith Polgar from the 2009 World Blitz Chess Championship. A short sample from the Chess Blitz Fever DVD by Chess Queen Kosteniuk that you can pick up at www.chesskingtraining.com.

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Weekend Master Chess Class: How does a Queen beat a Rook?

LEVEL: Easy
CATEGORY: Endgame

Grandmaster Alexandra Kosteniuk explains the way to win endgames with Queen versus Rook.

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