Garry Kasparov Teaches Chess 1: How to Play the Queen's Gambit

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Learn How to Play the Queen's Gambit Product Information The Queen's Gambit is one of the biggest, most popular, and influential openings of all time. Now, explore the origins and the ideas behind this fascinating opening with the greatest chess player in history thanks to Garry Kasparov Teaches Chess Volume 1. Simple and easy to use, you'll get step by step lessons that teach you the ideas behind the openings while increasing your overall understanding of chess. In more than 3 hours of video, Kasparov will discuss the history and variations of the Queen's Gambit and analyze notable games while pieces move on a chessboard. Product Features DVD Features Provides a private one-on-one chess tutorial with one of the greatest chess players of all time Watch over 3 hours of video as Kasparov walks you through the incredible game of chess right on your TV A fully synchronized chessboad illustrates Kasparov's explanations providing a visual for everything he's teaching Examine the Queen's Gambit from every angle including Deviations, The Lasker Defense, Capablanca's approach, the Carlsbad Structure, plus the contributions of chess greats like Steinitz, Tarakower and Rubenstein. Discover the history and find out about the most important games in the Queen's Gambit Learn some of Garry Kasparov's chess secrets and increase your own knowledge so you can play better chess Interactive DVD-ROM Now that you've watched it on your TV, you can play it on your PC (no additional software required) Features a deep position analysis engine so you can explore the unanswered questions of "what if" and "what not" Includes a comprehensive opening book with full statistics on every continuation Explore the giant database of important Queen's Gambit games The appearance of the chessboard, video, analysis table, and other features are fully adjustable Windows Requirements Windows XP, 2000, ME, 98SE 233 Mhz or faster processor (1 GHz or faster recommended) 32 MB of RAM or more (256 MB of RAM recommended) DVD-ROM drive Sound Card Windows Media Player 9 TV Set (NTSC), standard DVD player

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