(MCA) 12 Songs - Aufnahmen von 1954 bis 1959
Wanna teach your kids logical and mindful thinking AND having lots of fun along the way? Convincing your kids to do the ´´right´´ things can be tedious every so often. But all kids wanna have fun while discovering the world - and we can´t hold it against them! After all they learn the fastest when learning meets fun and joy! So while not combining those and teach your kids the most essential skill of all: Thinking! - Believe me, they will be so thankful in a just a few years - for the rest of their lives. But you don´t know how to play chess? Even better! Nothing is more fun than learning it together with your kids - but be prepared to be overtaken very soon! Give yourself a little headstart and learn the following in part I of this audiobook: The origins of chess in ancient India and how it evolved in Persia and Europe The deeper meaning behind each figure and how they move Basic chess rules Proven strategies and tactics to quickly dominate each chess game The importance and tactics of chess openings Some of the strongest strategies and tactics of the wold´s greatest chess masters If you apply the tricks and traps of this book you will win every play and beat all your unsuspecting foes! Prepared with the packed but easy to grasp knowledge of part I, nothing stops you can go through part II together with your kids. Part II is perfectly customized to be fun to listen together with your kids. It gives your kids a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to quickly understand the basics of chess - in simple and plain English. Within no time you and your kids will spend hours and hours having lots of fun and becoming better and better at the game of chess! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Zachary Sielaff. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/121581/bk_acx0_121581_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This is a major event in chess publishing. Two German endgame experts have produced a masterful one-volume encyclopedia which covers all major endgames. This, the first truly modern single-volume endgame encyclopedia, supersedes all previous works of this type by being far more accurate and readable. This is no dry reference work; throughout the work, the authors emphasize the practical elements of endgame play: principles, rules of thumb and thinking methods. They also provide a feast of detailed analysis for those looking to study the endgame in depth. Unlike previous books of this type (the most recent of which is now eight years old), Fundamental Chess Endings makes full use of endgame tablebases and the analytical engines that access these tablebases. As a result, where previous authors could only make educated guesses, in this book, the authors can often state the definitive truth, or get much closer to it. Throughout, the emphasis is on the general principles that can be extracted from detailed theory, making Fundamental Chess Endings both an ideal endgame reference work and a book that can profitably and enjoyably read from start to finish. With new time controls meaning that competitive games are played to a finish, it has become especially important that chess-players understand the main endgame principles. Fundamental Chess Endings sets the mark for which all others will aim.
The Games of the Match at Chess:Played by the Chess Players of the Athenæum, Philadelphia, and the New-York Chess-Club, Between the Years 1856 and 1857, With Variations and Remarks (Classic Reprint) Athenaeum Committee
64 BIT Multiprocessorversion. ChessBase Account Premium 6 Months. PC Schachprogramm. WindowsDVD-ROMKOMODO Chess 1264 BIT MULTIPROCESSORVERSIONIn computer chess there is no getting past Komodo: Komodo is a triple Tcec Champion. Last year Komodo won the com
KOMODO CHESS 12 64 BIT MULTIPROCESSORVERSION In computer chess there is no getting past Komodo: Komodo is a triple TCEC Champion. Last year Komodo won the computer rapid chess world championship with an incredible score of 96%! But what does the surprising success of the AI project AlphaZero mean for the future of computer chess? Will the classical engines, with in addition to cunning algorithms any amount of human chess knowledge, still manage to keep their nose in front? Or will the ´´Monte Carlo´´ process win through, which works with huge numbers of games and statistical evaluations? The new Komodo 12 may have no answer to this question but it does have two engines up its sleeve! For with Komodo 12 you get on one hand the new and improved classical Komodo engine. The developing team of computer expert Mark Lefler and chess grandmaster Larry Kaufman has cranked up the playing strength of the top program a bit further. And on the other hand a Komodo 12 ´´Monte Carlo´´ version is included. Here the engine behaves quite differently in analysis: within a short time it plays a whole series of games against itself and comes to its evaluations based on the results of these games. As for playing strength, the ´´Monte-Carlo´´ version is not yet up there with the classical Komodo 12. But what is interesting is that the playing style of the two versions clearly differs: the ´´Monte-Carlo´´ version plays clearly more aggressively and thus also bases its play less on the material balance on the board. Komodo 12 is thus two things: an absolutely top program and an exciting analysis partner, which will often surprise you with its suggestions and introduce you to interesting ideas! It is delivered with the new program interface of Fritz 16 and premium membership (6 months) for the ChessBase Account, including access to playchess.com, ChessBase Video-Portal, LiveDatabase, and much more, ´´I am deeply moved by the style of Komodo. In my opinion it´s the perfect combination between computer accuracy and human positional understanding. I get the feeling it´s taken positional understanding to the next level. After such an impressive performance I am going to test Komodo in my future work, especially in very positional play, and am really looking forward to working with it.´´ - GM Boris Avrukh Included on the DVD: - Improved Komodo 12 multi-processor engine - New Fritz 16 program interface - New Komodo 12 ´´Monte Carlo´´ engine - 6 months ChessBase Premium Account SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Minimum: Dual Core, 2 GB RAM, Windows 7 or 8.1, DirecX11, graphics card with 256 MB RAM, DVD-ROM drive, Windows Media Player 9 and internet access. Recommended: PC Intel i5 (Quadcore), 8 GB RAM, Windows 10, DirectX11, graphics card with 512 MB RAM or more, 100% DirectX10-compatible sound card, Windows Media Player 11, DVD-ROM drive and internet access. For ChessBase ACCOUNT: Internet access and current browser, e.g. Chrome, Safari. For Windows, OS X, iOS, Android, Linux.