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Fritz Powerbook 2020 UPGRADE from 2019
Chess Database Software
Even more power for Fritz. Even more chess knowledge for you. The Powerbook 2020 contains over 25 million opening positions from the 1.7 million best tournament games. For each position, all moves are saved, which were played at this point - with success rate and Elo-cut of the players. The Fritz Powerbook 2020 represents the current state of opening theory on a DVD-ROM! And your Fritz will become an absolute expert on theory, who will give you information on every opening position. Discover the most promising variants and practice the openings in the game against Fritz. And the "icing" on the DVD: 1.7 million games, the basis of Powerbook 2020, and, in addition, the DVD contains a small but fine special book from the strongest Grandmaster games (Elo = 2550 or higher) of the last hundred years (2.7 million positions).
- The entire opening theory on DVD-ROM
- Over 25 million opening positions
- To every position all moves with success rate and Elo cut of the players
- The most important supplement DVD for Fritz
System requirements: Pentium PC, 32 MB RAM, Windows 10, 8 or 7 and Fritz 13, 14, 15, 16 or ChessBase 15, 14, 13 or 12 and DVD drive
Bonus: 2 Great E-Books on CD
Here's what you get with Mr. Blackburne's Games at Chess:
* 407 games selected, arranged and annotated by Blackburne himself!
* 28 chess problems composed by Blackburne
* 7 text documents, including a full-length biography of this great player
Few books have had the profound influence of the Hastings 1895 tournament book. The players were assigned games to comment upon, and they set down their knowledge writing alone and without consultation. But the finished work displays a remarkable unity, containing a rich deposit of chess wisdom with ore to mine on every page. A perfect teaching tool, this book has delighted readers with its charm and practical advice for one hundred years. It showed generations of students how chess ought to be played, and the Hastings 1895 tournament book became the heart of countless libraries.