Karpov's Best Games 1-4 GM Anatoly Karpov (DVD)

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Karpov's Best Games 1-4 GM Anatoly Karpov (DVD)

1724
$33.20

Normally: $34.95

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In the first volume of a series of chess DVDs devoted to his best games, the 12th World Champion GM Anatoly Karpov discusses and analyzes four of his best tournament games of recent times - those against Alexander Khalifman (Reykjavik 1991), Gata Kamsky (Moscow 1992), Alexei Shirov (Biel 1992), and Veselin Topalov (Linares 1994).

This DVD (and others in the series) provide the viewer with a unique perspective on the thought processes of a World Chess Champion.

Total approximate running time: 82 minutes

In the second volume of a series of chess DVDs devoted to his best games, the 12th World Champion GM Anatoly Karpov discusses and analyzes four of his best tournament games of recent times - those against Andras Adorjan (Lucerne 1989), Artur Yusupov (USSR Ch. 1988), Garry Kasparov (Belfort 1988), and Gyula Sax (Linares 1983).

This DVD (and others in the series) provide the viewer with a unique perspective on the thought processes of a World Chess Champion.

Total approximate running time: 73 minutes

In the third volume of a series of chess DVDs devoted to his best games, the 12th World Champion GM Anatoly Karpov discusses and analyzes five of his best tournament games of recent times - those against Lajos Portisch (Biel 1996), Oleg Romanishin (Biel 1996), Vladimir Kramnik (Vienna 1996), Alexei Shirov (Vienna 1996), and Peter Leko (Tilburg 1996).

This DVD (and others in the series) provide the viewer with a unique perspective on the thought processes of a World Chess Champion.

Total approximate running time: 90 minutes

In the fourth volume of a series of chess DVDs devoted to his best games, the 12th World Champion GM Anatoly Karpov discusses and analyzes four of his best match games from his 1996 World Championship Match with American grandmaster Gata Kamsky - Games 4, 6, 9 and 14.

This DVD (and others in the series) provide the viewer with a unique perspective on the thought processes of a World Chess Champion.

Total approximate running time: 95 minutes