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The Vienna Game
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GREGORY HUBER: The Vienna Game C23-C29 on CD-ROM with ChessBase 9.0 Reader language: English EAN 4027975003931 recommended retail price: 24,99 EUR incl. 16% German VAT available now Boris Schipkov: Dutch A80-A85 on CD-ROM with ChessBase 9.0 Reader language: English EAN 4027975003986 recommended retail price: 24,99 EUR incl. 16% German VAT available now GREGORY HUBER: The Vienna Game C23-C29 Gregory Huber’s CD actually covers two openings, including the Bishop’s Opening (1.e4 e5 2.Bc4) as well as the Vienna Game (2.Nc3). This is logical, however, since in various lines of the Vienna Bc4 is also played and in the same fashion the Bishop’s Opening often involves Nc3. Nor does the author omit further possible transitions – above all to certain variations of the King’s Gambit – with the result that the CD offers a complete repertoire for 1.e4 e5. The work consists of a clearly laid out database containing 26 texts and 330 games, 220 of which have been annotated by the author. In addition there is a large database containing more than 27,000 games (a good 300 of which have been annotated), a training database with 124 training questions and a large opening tree constructed from all the games. All the features at a glance: • 26 database texts • clearly laid out database by the author • containing 330 selected games • large database with over 27,000 games • training database • reader based on ChessBase 9.0 The author: This is Canadian FIDE-Master Gregory Huber‘s début CD for ChessBase. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Pentium, 32 MB RAM, Win98 SE, WinME, Win2000, WinXP Boris Schipkov: Dutch A80-A85 In the third and final part of his trilogy about the Dutch, Boris Schipkov turns his attention to the less important lines. But some of them could well be considered main lines, since they are played by respected grandmasters and since the statistics are excellent from the point of view of White. For example 2.Nc3 – White immediately begins to fight for the advance e2-e4. Or 2.c4 Nf6 3.Nc3 – which is encountered so often in praxis that it can hardly be called a sub variation. The author treats all lines with great thoroughness. All are preceded by a text in which Schipkov presents the underlying strategic ideas of the variation in question and refers to the relevant model games. All the features at a glance: • 20 texts • 370 model games annotated by the author • over 37,000 games • training database • reader based on ChessBase 9.0 About the author Aged 43, the Russian theoretician Boris Schipkov lives in Novosibirsk and has already published various books and articles, including the the ChessBase-CDs "The Queen’s Gambit Accepted", "The Dutch A90-A99" and "The Dutch A86-A89". He is editor in chief of the online magazine "Chess Siberia" http://www.chessib.com SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Pentium, 32 MB RAM, Win98 SE, WinME, Win2000, WinXP Boris Schipkov: Dutch A80-A85 with ChessBase 9.0 Reader language: English
   
  
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