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KILLER DRAGON 1 & 2 Chess DVD w/ GM Simon Williams - 12 Hours
KILLER DRAGON 1 & 2 Chess DVD w/ GM Simon Williams - 12 Hours

KILLER DRAGON 1 & 2 Chess DVD w/ GM Simon Williams - 12 Hours

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KILLER DRAGON WITH GM SIMON WILLIAMS (VOL 1 & 2)

DVD 4: Killer Dragon vol 1

DVD 5:Killer Dragon Vol.2

Run-time: 12 hours.

The Sicilian Dragon is considered one of the sharpest openings in chess. The Dragon has become extremely popular over the last 4 decades as countless Grandmasters have employed this dangerous opening at the top levels. The chess DVD Killer Dragon features over 12 hours of action-packed content by a leading expert in the Sicilian Dragon Grandmaster Simon Williams! The first DVD in this two-volume series focuses primarily on the critical lines of the Dragon Variation with a special focus on the ultra-sharp Yugoslav Attack. GM Williams also provides alternative lines for those players who prefer to shy away from the mountains of complicated theory associated with this opening. In Volume 2, GM Williams analyzes a very interesting opening that has only burst on the scene in recent years the Dragadorf! This sick invention of an opening combines ideas from two of the most popular chess openings ever played the Dragon and the Najdorf. In the Dragadorf black opens with the normal Dragon move order however diverges before castling in the late opening to play for a6, b5, and Bb7 creating a double fianchetto defense that is incredibly dynamic as black creates maximum tension from the sides against white`s center. The chess DVD Killer Dragon features an exhaustive explanation of all the key concepts you will need to dominate with black against 1. e4. You will be prepared to beat down the main lines of the Yugoslav Attack and Classical Dragon lines, as well as surprising your opponent with the dynamic Dragadorf. After watching this clear presentation by renown Grandmaster Simon Williams, your results with black against 1. e4 will skyrocket in practical chess tournament play.

  • Killer Dragon DVD 2
  • Part 1: Quieter Systems
  • 1: Introduction
  • 2: Move Order
  • 3: 6 Bc4: Introduction
  • 4: 6 Bc4: 1st Model Game: L.McShane vs S.Hansen, 1999.
  • 5: 6 Bc4: 2nd Model Game: L.McShane vs S.Tiviakov, 2004.
  • 6: 6 Bc4: Theory
  • 7: The Classical Dragon: Introduction and Move Order.
  • 8: The Classical Dragon: 1st Model Game: P.Svidler vs M.Carlsen, 2010.
  • 9: The Classical Dragon: 2nd Model Game: A.Morozevich vs V.Ivanchuk, 2008.
  • 10: The Classical Dragon: Theory A: Be2 and Be3
  • 11: The Classical Dragon: Theory B: Be2 with a later Nb3 and Bg5: The Karpov System
  • 12: An Early g3: Introduction
  • 13: An Early g3: 1st Model Game: M.Adams vs V.Kramnik, 1998.
  • 14: An Early g3: 2nd Model Game: S.Kudrin vs S.Rachels, 1989.
  • 15: An Early g3: Theory A: White allows Black to capture the knight on d4.
  • 16: An Early g3: Theory B: White removes the knight from the centre: Nde2
  • 17: The Levenfish Attack: 5 f4: Introduction
  • 18: The Levenfish Attack: 5 f4: 1st Model Game: U.Andersson vs R.Garcia, 1972.
  • 19: The Levenfish Attack: 5 f4: Theory
  • 20: Any other possibilities: Introduction
  • 21: 1st Bonus Dragon Game: 5 Nd5!? The Smith Gambit! A.Smith vs S.Tiviakov, 2001.
  • 22: 2nd Bonus Dragon Game: Be2 instead of f3: A.Shirov vs V.Topalov, 1996.
  • 23: 3rd Bonus Dragon Game: White plays an early g4!?
  • Part 2: The Accelerated Dragadorf
  • 24: The Accelerated Dragadorf: Introduction and Basic Concepts
  • 25: The Problem with the standard Dragadorf: A.Bezgodov vs D.Chuprov, 2006.
  • 26: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 1st Model Game: Y.Wei vs Wang Hao, 2010.
  • 27: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 2nd Model Game: T.Heinatz vs S.Williams, 2009.
  • 28: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 3rd Model Game: A.Shirov vs S.Williams, 2004.
  • 29: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 4th Model Game: C.Lupulescu vs S.Williams, 2007.
  • 30: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 5th Model Game: N.McDonald vs C.Ward, 2009.
  • 31: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 6th Model Game: S.Williams vs M.Cebalo, 2010.
  • 32: The Accelerated Dragadorf: Introduction to 8 a4
  • 33: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 8 a4: 1st Model Game: V.Bologan vs F.Meyer, 2010.
  • 34: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 8 a4: 2nd Model Game: O.Soto Paez vs G.Guseinov, 2010.
  • 35: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 8 a4: Theory
  • 36: The Accelerated Dragadorf: Introduction to 8 Qd2 Bb7 9 a4
  • 37: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 8 Qd2 Bb7 9 a4: 1st Model Game: I.Timmermans vs C.Ward, 2008.
  • 38: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 8 Qd2 Bb7 9 a4: 2nd Model Game: K.Haznedaroglu vs J.Gunnarsson, 2009.
  • 39: The Accelerated Dragadorf: 8 Qd2 Bb7 9 a4: Theory
  • 40: The Accelerated Dragadorf: White Avoids Playing a4 but castles queenside: Introduction
  • 41: The Accelerated Dragadorf: White Avoids Playing a4 but castles queenside: 1st Model Game: E.Inarkiev vs A.Khalifman, 2005.
  • 42: The Accelerated Dragadorf: White Avoids Playing a4 but castles queenside: 2nd Model Game: A.Fier vs D.Bisby, 2011.
  • 43: The Accelerated Dragadorf: White Avoids Playing a4 but castles queenside: Theory
  • 44: Black Employs the Dragadorf setup: 1st Model Game: N.De Firmian vs J.Hodgson, 1997.
  • 45: Black Employs the Dragadorf setup: 2nd Model Game: K.Trygstad vs K.Sakaev, 2010.
  • 46: Black Employs the Dragadorf setup: 3rd Model Game: A.Areshchenko vs A.Korobov, 2010.
  • 47: Conclusion
  • 48: End Credits

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