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  • ChessBase Corr. Database 2020UPGRADE from 2018 - Chess Software Game Database

UPGRADE Corr. Database 2020 from 2018 - Chess Software Game Database Bonus: 2 Great E-Books on CD


UPGRADE ChessBase Corr. Database 2020 

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The new Corr. Database 2020 is the largest ChessBase collection of correspondence games from the period from 1804 to 2019. With more than 80,000 tournaments and over 1.6 million correspondence games, the Corr. 2020 is a must for all correspondence chess fans. But the Corr. Database is very popular even among many Grandmasters and trainers, since correspondence games often herald the development of opening theory!

New, refined layout!

EXCLUSIVE! Ten selected games from the 29th Correspondence Chess World Championship presented in video analysis by well-known GMs such as Simon Williams, Vidit Gujrathi, Erwin l’Ami, Yannick Pelletier, Mihail Marin, Nihal Sarin and others. Let yourself be inspired as chess at the highest level available awaits you!

System requirements: 1 GHz Pentium PC, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, 512 MB RAM, DVD-ROM drive, ChessBase 15, 14 or 13.

Bonus: 2 Great E-Books on CD

Mr. Blackburne's Games at Chess

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

Hastings 1895
Grand International Chess Congress

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.


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