CD Starting Out: The King's Indian

CD Starting Out: The King's Indian

by Joe Gallagher

Multimedia(First Edition)

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Overview

If you’ve enjoyed reading our chess books, wait until you’ve seen what’s on this CD! Everyman Chess are delighted to be able to provide you with Starting Out: The King’s Indian in a format ideal for computer viewing. This will enable you to link to all the chess games, commentary and text from the original book, and replay and interact with the moves easily onscreen.The King’s Indian is one of the most exciting defences in chess and is favoured by ambitious and aggressive players. At the highest level it has been a major weapon for World Champions Bobby Fischer and Gary Kasparov. In Starting Out: The King’s Indian, Grandmaster Joe Gallagher goes back to the basics of this opening, studying the key principles of its many variations. Throughout this work there are an abundance of notes, tips, warnings and exercises to help the improving player.*Written by an opening expert*Concentrates on the key principles of the King’s Indian*Ideal for the improving playerJoe Gallagher is a Grandmaster and a former British Champion. His many books have deservedly earned him a reputation as a first class writer. Other Everyman Chess works include The Magic of Mikhail Tal and The Trompowsky.This CD contains Starting Out: The King’s Indian in ChessBase format.System requirementsPentium; Windows 95/98/2000/ME/XP; 32MB RAM; CD-drive.Viewed with Chessbase 6.0 and above; Chessbase Light (free download) and other Chessbase playing programs such as Fritz.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781857446098
Publisher: Everyman Chess
Publication date: 03/01/2007
Edition description: First Edition
Pages: 1
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Joe Gallagher is a Grandmaster and a former British Champion. His many books have deservedly earned him a reputation as a first class writer. Other Everyman Chess works include The Magic of Mikhail Tal and The Trompowsky.

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