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Queen's Gambit

The occupation of the centre with 1.d4 is, with 1.e4, one of the most popular ways to start a game. If Black meets the move of the queen’s pawn with the symmetrical 1...d5, we have after 2.c4 the Queen’s Gambit. In most cases, Black will now support the pawn on d5, which gives him a share of the centre: either with 2...e6 – the Queen’s Gambit Declined – or 2...c6 – the Slav Defence. A third and very different possibility is 2...dxc4, the Queen’s Gambit Accepted.

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The solid Slav Defence
The solid Slav Defence
This Slav DVD is a complete opening repertoire for black after 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6.
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The Chebanenko - still improved
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Beat the Slav the classical way
Beat the Slav the classical way
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Albin’s Countergambit
Albin’s Countergambit
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An effective way of meeting the 6.Ne5-Slav
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Attacking the Semi-Slav with g3
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Countering with the Chebanenko Slav
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The Botvinnik and Moscow variation
€29.99
Queen's Gambit Declined
Queen's Gambit Declined
In this second edition of the “Master & Amateur” style ChessBase DVD in English, International Master Lorin D’Costa and chess-software expert Nick Murphy take you through the main ideas of the QGD in an easy to understand, conversational style.
by Lorin D'Costa, Nick Murphy
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Anti-Moscow Gambit for Experts
Anti-Moscow Gambit for Experts
by Rustam Kasimdzhanov
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The Triangle Setup - A complete defense against 1.d4
The Triangle Setup - A complete defense against 1.d4
The polish GM Michal Krasenkow presents a repertoire based on the Noteboom and the Stonewall. Black’s set-up may lead to a whole range of different and interesting positions, which help the black player to broaden his strategic and tactical understanding.
by Michal Krasenkow
€29.90