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The ABC of the Benko Gambit 2nd Edition - Martin - Software DVD - Chess-House
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The ABC of the Benko Gambit 2nd Edition - Martin

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Black sacrifices a pawn as early as move three for enduring positional pressure. On this new ChessBase DVD, International Master Andrew Martin traces the history... Read More

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About The ABC of the Benko Gambit 2nd Edition - Martin.

Black sacrifices a pawn as early as move three for enduring positional pressure. On this new ChessBase DVD, International Master Andrew Martin traces the history of the Gambit from the games of Opocensky, Lundin and Stoltz back in the 1030s, through the golden age of Bronstein, Benko and Browne all the way to the present day, where the gambit is as popular as ever.
Martin describes the main themes and ideas of the Gambit and gives sound guidelines, so that anyone who wants to play for the initiative with Black and play the Benko Gambit, will be very well equipped. Do you want to play for the initiative with Black? Then the Benko Gambit is surely for you. The DVD contains more than 4 hours video lessons, the latest ChessBase 9.0 Reader as well as an unannotated database of the contents.

Andrew Martin lives inSandhurst, England with his wife and four children. He has writtenseveral best-selling chess books, including the recent King's Indian Battle Plans and Secret Weapons. He writes for ChessPublishing.com and has several monthly columns at chessville.com, JeremySilman.com and for CHESS magazine. He is a noted trainer and coach.

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  • System Requirements:
    • Pentium-Processor at 300 Mhz or higher, 64 MB RAM, Windows 98 SE/2000/XP, Windows Media Player 9.0, DVD drive.
    • 4+ hours