Archive for ChessVibes Openings

ChessVibes Openings reaches #250, The Master's Bulletin soon
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Friday, October 18, 2013 15:12
This week our first PDF & PGN magazine ChessVibes Openings reached a new milestone: issue #250 was sent to our subscribers last Wednesday. For almost five years already, our editors IM Merijn van Delft and IM Robert Ris have been producing a magazine every week. Due to Chess.com's acquisition of ChessVibes our magazines will soon discontinue,...
Four more CVO opening bundles added!
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Monday, January 21, 2013 17:30
On December 23rd we announced our new product: "CVO Bundles", collections of all analyzed games and annotations in a specific opening that were previously published in our weekly magazine ChessVibes Openings. One bundle contains all material from January 1st, 2009 until present, nicely packed together in a PGN file.  On January 10th we added four...
We've added 4 more CVO opening bundles!
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Thursday, January 10, 2013 22:24
On December 23rd we announced our new product: "CVO Bundles", collections of all analyzed games and annotations in a specific opening that were previously published in our weekly magazine ChessVibes Openings. One bundle contains all material from January 1st, 2009 until present, nicely packed together in a PGN file.  Today we've added four more...
New, new, new!
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Sunday, December 23, 2012 17:00
Today we have some great news about our products ChessVibes Openings and ChessVibes Training. New 1: We've created a separate area where you can find all our products nicely together. New 2: We're launching "CVO Bundles": PGN files with all material published since January 2009 on a specific opening variation. New 3: You can now pay with credit...
CVO #207: Jobava's 1.b3, new Dragon analyses and more
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Friday, December 21, 2012 17:52
ChessVibes Openings is our weekly PDF & PGN magazine about the (fast!) developments in opening theory at top level. In issue #207, published last Wednesday, our editors examine 1.b3, the move Baadur Jobava played in all his games at the Mind Games in Beijing! Other lines discussed this week: Sicilian Dragon, 9.g4 Semi-Slav, Meran Grünfeld, 5....
CVO & CVT: weekly chess training material right in your inbox
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Thursday, December 13, 2012 9:46
Our weekly PDF & PGN magazines ChessVibes Openings and ChessVibes Training complement each other wonderfully. CVO helps your understanding of openings and keeps your repertoire up to date, while CVT provides instructive middlegame and endgame lessons, and a column by top GM Anish Giri. Did you know? If you subscribe to both of our magazines,...
CVO #205: "A very cool issue"
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Thursday, December 06, 2012 14:25
"A very cool issue", that's what IM Merijn van Delft wrote when he sent ChessVibes Openings #205 to our proofreader. (He may not be the most objective person here, but really, he's not saying this every week!) Last night we sent away the latest edition of our PDF & PGN magazine on openings, with fresh news on wonderful variations played in...
CVO 204: The Leningrad Dutch, Fischer's 6.h3 vs the Najdorf and more
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Thursday, November 29, 2012 14:04
This week's ChessVibes Openings #204 is, as always, full of the latest opening developments at top level. Game of the Week is Gelfand-Kamsky, played only two days ago (!) in Tashkent and so our editors are covering a hot and fighting defence against 1.d4: the Leningrad Dutch. The other four trends that are discussed: Fischer's 6.h3 vs the Najdorf...
Karjakin-Aronian, Bilbao 2012
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Tuesday, October 16, 2012 21:06
You come to the board well prepared, you play the Ruy Lopez and you quickly reach a well known position from the Marshall main line. Then, suddenly your opponent puts his bishop on f4 on move 20 (see diagram). Would you dare to take it? This is what happened to Sergey Karjakin in his white game against Levon Aronian, last week at the Masters Final...
ChessVibes Openings #196: full of wonderful opening ideas
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Thursday, October 04, 2012 12:31
Last night we sent out ChessVibes Openings #196 to our subscribers, and it's full of wonderful opening ideas! Come to think of it, that's not so strange with two major tournaments taking place at the same time: the London Grand Prix and the Masters Final in Sao Paulo/Bilbao. It's also no surprise that our editors picked Karjakin-Caruana, Sao Paulo...

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