In chess, braving the gap often leads to disaster after a few moves. We should be able to avoid things going so far. The ChessBase Opening Encyclopaedia offers you an effective remedy against all sorts of semi-digested knowledge and a means of building up a comprehensive and powerful repertoire.
Complete: the Opening Encyclopaedia 2013 features complete coverage of all opening areas on a single DVD and constitutes the best possible introduction to opening training. Well informed: many renowned specialists in their own area of expertise have contributed to this Chess Base Opening Encyclopaedia, e.g. Anand, Avrukh, Grivas, Krasenkow, Kritz, Kuzmin, Marin, Moskalenko, Postny, Ribli, Rogozenko and Stohl. Unique: club players regularly find in ChessBase Magazine’s up-to-date openings articles (introductory text + annotated games) exciting ideas for their repertoire. You can now find brought together on this single DVD all 728 articles from over 10 years of ChessBase Magazine (up to and including the April 2013 issue)! Crystal clear: for each of the 500 openings (according to the ECO-code) there is at least one opening survey; total number now is over 5200. Out of those, more than 500 have been up-dated for this new edition of the encyclopaedia.
Inexhaustible: database with over 4.5 million, more than 80 000 games are annotated.
System requirements: Pentium Prozessor 300 MHz or higher, 64 MB RAM, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or 8, DVD-ROM drive, mouse, sound card