2009, DVD, englisch, video running time: 4 hours
Ever since the beginning of chess, the assault on the king has had its own special magic; masterly attacking games, crowned by sacrifices and unforgettable combinations, have never ceased to attract and thrill the audience.
On this DVD in fritztrainer video format, Rustam Kasimdzhanov shows us that particularly the World Champions were outstanding attackers from who we can learn a lot. From Steinitz, Lasker and Capablanca to Fischer, Karpov and Kasparov, one exemplary attacking game is presented reflecting the individual playing attitude of each of these chess legends.
The second part of the DVD is dedicated to games of Kasimdzhanov‘s own practice.
In his typical vivid and instructive manner, he comments on the decisive stages of the attack explaining the spectator which specific train of thought led him to success during play. The result is an entertaining outline of historical and modern attacking chess, giving you all the skills required to succeed in your own practice.
This fritztrainer can also be run with Pocket Fritz 3 (audio format).
Pentium 300 MHz, 64 MB RAM
Windows XP, Vista