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Deep Fritz 14 - English Version
Completely rebuilt and strongly improved 64-bit engine. Optimized for Windows 7/8: full 64-bit program interface. Includes: Premium membership to (six months), access to „Let's Check“ with more than 200 million deeply analysed positions.
Play the Pirc like a Grandmaster Vol. 2: Attacking lines
by Mihail Marin
The resulting positions are usually dynamic or double-edged and offer fairly balanced chances. The better tactician may win, but do not be dissappointed if the game ends in a spectacular and logical draw!
ChessBase 12 - Download
From club players to World Champions - ChessBase 12 is every ambitious chess player’s Swiss army knife. The latest version leaves the competition in the starting blocks thanks to 64-bit capability and a host of innovative analysis and training features.
Houdini 4 Pro
Houdini is the unquestionable number one! The program, written by the Belgian Robert Houdart, is known for finding tricks and resources in positions that just can’t be cracked by other engines.
ChessBase Magazine 161
Top tournaments: Norway Chess, Capablanca Memorial, and Poikovsky. Analyses by Karjakin, Jakovenko, Bologan and many more. Interactive training with Oliver Reeh and Karsten Müller. 13 new opening articles – from Alekhine Defence to the Winawer Variation.
Master Class Vol.1: Bobby Fischer
by Dorian Rogozenco, Dr. Karsten Müller, Mihail Marin, Oliver Reeh
No other World Champion was more infamous both inside and outside the chess world than Bobby Fischer. On this DVD, a team of experts shows you the winning techniques and strategies employed by the 11th World Champion.
Mega Database 2014
A must-have for every chess lover: More than 5.8 million games from 1560 to 2013, more than 67,000 high-class games analysed by masters and experts, update service for 2014 (for CB 12 users): 5,000 new games every week, classified by openings, players etc
The modern Grand Prix Attack
by Lawrence Trent
This DVD will provide you with a comprehensive repertoire that explores all of Black’s ideas against the Grand Prix set up. My recommendations include a number of lines which are relatively unexplored by theory, and I have analysed them extensively.