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Saturday, June 19, 2010

Download Foxy Openings Vol.90: Von-Hennig Schara Gambit Easily Explained - Andrew Martin

Foxy Openings Volume 90: The Von-Hennig Schara Gambit Easily Explained - Andrew Martin , Price : 24.95 $
Running Time: 1 hour 32 minutes
The Von-Hennig Schara gambit is one of the sharpest responses after White plays 1.d4 d5 2.c4. Black disallows the staid Queen's Gambit and goes for the kill! Black opens lines at the cost of a pawn and goes on the attack, making the Von-Hennig Schara gambit an ideal practical weapon for the club or tournament player. Grandmasters do not venture this gambit very often, because they think it is too risky and as a result there is much unchartered territory to be discovered. On this new Foxy DVD, Andrew Martin suggests a repertoire for Black which will get your opponents thinking - White must defend at the very beginning of the game! The author steers around theoretical difficulties by suggesting unusual move-orders, so expect to win your fair share of games with this fiery gambit!

The Foxy Chess Openings Series is a timeless collection of Grandmasters opening explained simple enough to comprehend at any level. These DVDs will improve your rating and give you a greater understanding of all the openings and is recommended for all levels.

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