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Author:  skan [ Fri Nov 08, 2013 9:39 pm ]
Post subject:  Chess video tutorials ??

Hello

There are many advises on good books about chess.
But what about good video tutorials?
In this hightech era it's a good idea to take advantage of videos, images and voices of the board instead of reading boring chess notation.
Though I know that reading a book sometimes is more pleasant that stand in front of a computer.

Then, Do you advise any good video chess tutorial, say for middle level chess players?

Another option would be some interactive PC game/tutorial, but I'm looking for something with voice, more with deep explanations and a "plot story".

Regards.

Author:  Jeroen [ Sun Nov 10, 2013 4:05 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Chess video tutorials ??

skan wrote:
Hello

There are many advises on good books about chess.
But what about good video tutorials?
In this hightech era it's a good idea to take advantage of videos, images and voices of the board instead of reading boring chess notation.
Though I know that reading a book sometimes is more pleasant that stand in front of a computer.

Then, Do you advise any good video chess tutorial, say for middle level chess players?

Another option would be some interactive PC game/tutorial, but I'm looking for something with voice, more with deep explanations and a "plot story".

Regards.


There are many possibilities, have a look here
http://www.chesscentral.com/Chess_DVDs_s/39.htm

There is also specific training software with video to explain the intricate details, as in the chess training software.
http://www.chesscentral.com/chess_train ... e_s/22.htm

Of course it depends on what you want to study.

IIRC Maurice Ashley had a series of training videos as well, but I'm not sure if they were well received.

And last but not least, Youtube is your friend. There are a few chess players very active posting training videos.

J.

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