2018 Black Friday Special

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You’re studying chess.

You already use the best openings / endgames / tactics software.

Now, could you use some ideas?

And would you say that you would learn best if a grandmaster instructed you?

And (be honest) would you also say that you are likely to forget most of it before your next game? (Really, be honest)

Have you considered studying grandmaster lessons recorded on video? So that you can pause it and review it at your own pace?

Maybe you thought the material wouldn’t cover openings you were interested in?

What if I could show you a way to have your pick of recorded grandmaster instruction with more topics than you probably can watch in all of next year?

What if I offered it to you at a price you wouldn’t believe?

Like “less than $3 per DVD” inexpensive?

This is only going to happen this weekend through Monday November 26th, ‘Cyber Monday.’

Here is a list of the 187 DVD titles along with short descriptions of what you will learn…

 

Vol. 187 Learn The Kings Indian Defense in 1 Hour (82) Martin
Vol. 186 How to create a plan Part 2 Martin (2:48)
Vol. 185 How to Evaluate Positions & Create Plans (Part 1) Martin (2:54)
Vol. 184 Dynamic Lines For Black Against The London, Trompowsky & Torre For the Tournament Player (3:05) Martin
Vol. 183 A Shock Against The Sicilian – Tournament player(1:49) Martin
Vol. 181 (2:32) & 182(3:33) Winning with 1…d6 Parts 1 & 2 Martin
Vol. 181 (2:32) & 182(3:33) Winning with 1…d6 Parts 1 & 2 Martin
Vol. 178 (1:32) 179 (2:05) 180 (2:53) World Champions Dominating The Endgames 1-3 Ron Henley
Vol. 175, 176, 177 Play The London System Like Kamsky and Kramnik (4:23),(4:01),(4:37) GM Henley
Vol. 172,173,174 Kasparov’s Deadly Scotch For The Tournament Player GM Henley (3:53) (4:10) (3:41)
Vol. 170 and 171 Colle system for The Tournament player IM Martin (2:29)
Vol. 168 & 169: The Modern Albin Counter-Gambit: Aggressive Repertoire for Black (Part 1 & 2) (2:47) (2:03)
Vol. 167: New Secret Weapon in the Exchange Ruy Lopez (1:53)
Vol. 166 Learn Chess in 1 Hour (1:10)
Vol. 165: Opening Ideas and Secret Weapons to Demolish your Opponent (1:59)
Vol. 164: Opening Ideas and Techniques for Young and Improving Players (1:42)
Vol. 163 Crushing Opening Traps in the Budapest Gambit (1:40)
Vol. 162 Winning with The Dynamic Caro-Kann (The Deadly Bronstein-Larsen System) (2:07)
Vol. 161 Time Saving Tips For the Chessplayer to Busy to Study (2:18)
Vol. 160 The Sniper Part 5 (3:30)
Vol. 159 Vienna Gambit (1:47)
Vol. 158 Blackmar Diemer Carnage (1:37)
Vol. 157 Queens Gambit Repertoire Part 3 (2:10)
Vol. 156 Queens Gambit Repertoire Part 2 (2:11)
Vol. 155 Queens Gambit Repertoire Part 1 (1:48)
Vol. 154 Classical French Andrew Martin (2:19)
Vol. 153: The St. George Defence 1…e6 and …a6 by Andrew Martin 86 minutes (2:19)
Vol. 152: How to Think and Play The Chess Openinngs Like A GM GM Timur Garveev (2:01)
Vol. 151: Crushing Black with the Deadly Ponziani (by IM Andrew Martin) 134 Minutes
Vol. 150: White Reperoire Against French, Caro-Kann, and Alekhine (by IM Andrew Martin) 131 Minutes
Vol. 149: The Deadly Scotch part 2 (by IM Andrew Martin) 120 Minutes
Vol. 148: The Deadly Scotch part 1 (by IM Andrew Martin) 106 Minutes
Vol. 147: Part 2 Winning Repertoire for Black Against 1.e4 Black Plays 1…e5 (by IM Andrew Martin) 107 Minutes
Vol. 146: Part 1 Winning Repertoire for Black Against 1.e4 Black Plays 1…e5 (by IM Andrew Martin) 140 Minutes
Vol. 145 : Winning Repertoire for Black Against 1.d4 Black Plays 1….d5 (by IM Andrew Martin) 173 Minutes
Vol. 144: Easy to Learn Step by Step Strategies On How to Think and Play Like A Grand Master (GM Timur Gareev) (3:25) The Sicilian Dragon 4 Part Series
Vol. 143: The Sicilian Dragon Classical Variation by GM Timur Gareev Vol. 4 (W & B) (1:35)
Vol. 142: The Chinese Dragon- Beating The Yugoslav Attack 9.Bc4 Part 2 (W & Black) GM Gareev & Ronen vol.3(2:01)
Vol. 141: Beating The Yugoslav Attack 9.0-0-0 with 9….d5 Part 1 GM Timur Gareev & Ronen Har-Zv Vol.2 (2:36)
Vol. 140: Easy Way to Learn How to Play The Sicilian Dragon to Gain The Winning Edge – GM Timur Gareev Vol.1 (2:04)
Foxy 139: Sniper A Dynamic Universal System For The Aggressive Black Player- Schmidt Benoni 4.d5 Nf6 5.Nc3 d6 (3:24)
Foxy 138: Sniper A Dynamic Universal System For The Aggressive Black Player- Maroczy & Anti-Maroczy Bind #3 (1:39)
Foxy 137: Sniper A Dynamic Universal System For The Aggressive Black Player- Pawn Grab Variation 4.dxc5 Part 2 (3:17)
Foxy 136: Sniper A Dynamic Universal System For The Aggressive Black Player 1.e4 g6 2.d4 Bg7 3. Nc3 c5! Part 1 (3:25)
Foxy 135: Queen Pawn Opening The Stonewall & Colle Zuckerfort (2 Hours)
Foxy 134: The White Sniper 1.g6, Bg2,c4 (2:17)
Foxy 133: Unorthodox Caro-Kann (1:56)
Foxy 132: The c3 Sicilian Crushing Black Part 5 (4:05)
Foxy 131: The c3 Sicilian Crushing Black Part 4 (4:20)
Foxy 130: The c3 Sicilian Crushing Black Part 3 (4:07)
Foxy 129: The c3 Sicilian Crushing Black Part 2 (4:29)
Foxy 128:The c3 Sicilian Crushing Black Part 1 (3:37)
Foxy 127: The Veresov Opening Aggressive Repetoire for the Attacking Player (2:16)
Foxy 126: The Dynamic Pirc Defence The Classical Variation (1:56)
Foxy 125: The Dynamic Pirc Defence covers g3 systems, Bg5, and Bf4 (1:48)
Foxy 124: The Dynamic Pirc Defence – The Austrian Attack Part 1 IM Andrew Martin (1:24)
Foxy 123: Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian Vol 3 – GM Ron W Henley (4:20)
Foxy 122: Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian Vol 2 – GM Ron W Henley 3:16)
Foxy 121: Crushing White: The Dzindzi Indian Vol 1 – GM Ron W Henley (4:05)
Foxy 120: Anti-Gambit Guide Vol 2: 1.d4 – Andrew Martin (1:39)
Foxy 119: Anti-Gambit Guide Vol 1: 1.e4 – Andrew Martin (2:14)
Foxy 118: The Two Knights Defence Vol 2 – IM Andrew Martin (1:59)
Foxy 117: The Modern Italian Game Vol 1 – IM Andrew Martin (1:54)
Foxy 116: 10 Easy Ways To Get better At Chess Vol 3 (Advanced) – Martin (DVD) 2:02)
Foxy 115: 10 Easy Ways To Get better At Chess Vol 2 (Intermediate) – Martin (DVD)(2:35)
Foxy 114: 10 Easy Ways To Get better At Chess Vol 1 (Novice) – Martin (DVD) (1:49)
Foxy 113: Complete Repertoire Against White’s Anti-Sicilian Systems Easily Explained Part 2 (2:32)
Foxy 112: Complete Repertoire Against White’s Anti-Sicilian Systems Easily Explained Part 1 (2:29)
Foxy 111: Kings Indian Attack Easily Explained – Martin (2:30)
Foxy 110: Modern Defence Repertoire for Black Part 3 – Martin (2:16)
Foxy 109: Modern Defence Repertoire for Black Part 2 – Martin (1:28)
Foxy 108: Modern Defence Repertoire for Black Part 1 – Martin (2:08)
Foxy 107: Beating the Queen’s Gambit with the Semi-Slav Triangle Defence – Andrew Martin (2:33)
Foxy 106: The Sokolsky 1.b4 – Andrew Martin (2:12)
Foxy 105: The Accelerated Dragon Easily Explained – Andrew Martin (2:06)
Foxy 104: Accelerated Dragon – Andrew Martin (1:32)
Foxy 103: A French Repertoire – Andrew Martin (1:51)
Foxy 101: The French Defence Reworked (Vol 1 of 3) – Martin 1:31)
Foxy 100: The Modern Scandinavian and Icelandic Carnage – Martin (2:49)
Foxy 99: Grunfeld for Club Player, All Remaining Variations & Systems Vol 2 (3:12)
Foxy 98: Grunfeld for Club Player, Exchange & Fianchetto Variations Vol 1 (2:43)
Foxy 97: Queens Gambit Accepted – Martin (2:06)
Foxy 96: The Petroff a Counterattacking Weapon for Black Easily Explained – Martin (3:36)
Foxy 95: The Blumenfeld Gambit Easily Explained – Martin (2:20)
Foxy 94: Scotch, A Modern Repertoire for White – Martin (2:31)
Foxy 93: Modern Stonewall Dutch, The – Martin (1:33))
Foxy 92: The English Opening 1 c4 for the Average Player Easily Explained – Martin (2:25)
Foxy 91: Unusal Openings û A Repertoire for Black against 1 b3,1 b4, 1 a3, 1 Nc3, 1 g3, 1 g4 (2:25)
Foxy 90: The Von-Hennig Schara gambit Easily Explained – Andrew Martin (1:33)
Foxy 89: The Baltic Defence, Easily Explained – Andrew Martin (1:56)
Foxy 88: Endgames Self-Training Easily Explained – Martin (140 mins)
Foxy 87: Attack/Defence/Space/Time Easily Explained – Martin (131 mins)
Foxy 86: Dynamics of Strategy and How to Create a plan Easily Explained – Martin (136 mins)
Foxy 85: Essential Chess Tactics Easily Explained – Martin (115 mins)
Foxy 84: The Basic Principles, Explained – Martin (141 mins)
Foxy 83: The Sveshnikov Sicilian Part 2 – Martin (143 mins)
Foxy 82: The Sveshnikov Sicilian Part 1 – Martin (155 mins)
Foxy 81: The Lion – Martin (151 mins)
Foxy 80: King’s Gambit Part 2 – Martin (113 mins)
Foxy 79: King’s Gambit Part 1 – Martin (89 mins)
Foxy 78: Learn the Nimzo-Indian: the easy way – Martin (171 mins)
Foxy 77: The Sicilian Kan – Martin (160 mins)
Foxy 76: Hippopotamus with b6 and g6 – Martin (82 mins)
Foxy 75: The London System – Martin (121 mins)
Foxy 74: Learn the Endgame 1-2-3 – Martin (53 mins)
Foxy 73: Learn the Middlegame 1-2-3 – Martin (51 mins)
Foxy 72: Learn the Opening 1-2-3 – Martin (53 mins)
Foxy 71: 20 Sicilian Shockers – Martin (59 mins)
Foxy 70: LarsenÆs Deadly Weapon Repertoire, 1.b3! – Martin (88 mins)
Foxy 69: FischerÆs Deadly Weapon, The Ruy Lopez Exchange – Martin (89 mins)
Foxy 68: KasparovÆs Deadly Weapon, The Scotch Game – Martin (87 mins)
Foxy 67: Better Chess Now – Endings: The Essentials – King (75 mins)
Foxy 66: Better Chess Now: Attack with Confidence – King (70 mins)
Foxy 65: Better Chess Now: Positional Inspiration – King (65 mins)
Foxy 64: Better Chess Now: 20:20 Calculation – King (70 mins)
Foxy 63: 21st Century Secret Weapons 2 – Martin (100 mins)
Foxy 62: 21st Century Secret Weapons 1 – Martin (100 mins)
Foxy 61: Dirty Tricks Vol 2 – Davies (65 mins)
Foxy 60: Dirty Tricks Vol 1 – Davies (70 mins)
Foxy 59: Combat Chess 2 – Hodgson (60 mins)
Foxy 58: Combat Chess 1 – Hodgson (60 mins)
Foxy 57: Part 2 (1.d4) – Martin (110 mins)
Foxy 56: Win with 1…d6 Part 1 (1.e4) – Martin (110 mins)
Foxy 55: Untamed Chigorin – Davies (80 mins)
Foxy 54: Trompovsky Success – Hodgson (75 mins)
Foxy 53: Trompovsky: Pseudo Tromp – Lane (75 mins)
Foxy 52: Trompovsky: Main Line – Hodgson (75 mins)
Foxy 51: Trompovsky – Plaskett (90 mins)
Foxy 50: Torre Attack – Plaskett (85 mins)
Foxy 49: Strangling the Sicilian – Davies (65 mins)
Foxy 48: Stonewall Dutch – Martin (100 mins)
Foxy 47: Sidestep Variation – Plaskett (85 mins)
Foxy 46: Sicilicide – Davies (60 mins)
Foxy 45: Sicilian: Dragon – Ward (130 mins)
Foxy 44: Ruy Lopez: Moller Defence – Davies (85 mins)
Foxy 43: Ruy Lopez – Emms (85 mins)
Foxy 42: Queens Gambit – Martin (90 mins)
Foxy 41: Portugese Opening – Martin (80 mins)
Foxy 40: Nimzowitsch Defence – Martin (120 mins)
Foxy 39: Nimzo-Indian Defence – Ward (70 mins)
Foxy 38: Najdorf – Davies (75 mins)
Foxy 37: Morra Gambit Declined – Martin (105 mins)
Foxy 36: Morra Gambit Accepted – Martin (110 mins)
Foxy 35: Modern Modern – Norwood (60 mins)
Foxy 34: Modern Benoni – Ward (95 mins)
Foxy 33: McCutcheon French – Martin (90 mins)
Foxy 32: Leningrad Dutch – Martin (90 mins)
Foxy 31: Kramnik-Shirov Counterattack – Conquest (70 mins)
Foxy 30: Kopec Anti-Sicilian System – Kopec (150 mins)
Foxy 29: Kings Indian Defence Vol 2 – Martin (75 mins)
Foxy 28: Kings Indian Defence Vol 1 – Martin (75 mins)
Foxy 27: Kings Gambit – Martin (80 mins)
Foxy 26: Grunfeld Defence – Davies (95 mins)
Foxy 25: French Defence Vol 2 – King (95 mins)
Foxy 24: French Defence Vol 1 – King (85 mins)
Foxy 23: f4 Sicilian – Plaskett (75 mins)
Foxy 22: English Defence – Plaskett (80 mins)
Foxy 21: Dashing Danish – Davies (70 mins)
Foxy 20: d4 Dynamite! – Summerscale (150 mins)
Foxy 19: Centre Counter Carnage – Martin (75 mins)
Foxy 17: Caro Krusher! – Davies (70 mins)
Foxy 18: Caro-Kann – Davies (90 mins)
Foxy 16: c3 Sicilian – Lane (85 mins)
Foxy 15: Budapest Gambit – Plaskett (80 mins)
Foxy 14: Blackmar-Diemer Gambit- Martin (100 mins)
Foxy 13: Benko Gambit Declined – Martin (85 mins)
Foxy 12: Benko Gambit Accepted – Martin (85 mins)
Foxy 11: Beating the Pirc & Modern Defences – Summerscale (80 mins)
Foxy 10: Beating the King’s Indian: “The Bayonet Attack” – King (66mins)
Foxy 9: Beating the Anti Dutch Systems – Martin (120 mins)
Foxy 8: Beating all the Anti-Sicilian Systems – Ward (95 mins)
Foxy 7: Anti Kings Indian & Grunfeld System – Summerscale (100 mins)
Foxy 6: Anti Flank – Old Indian – Martin (120 mins)
Foxy 5: Annoying d-pawn Openings- Martin (120 mins)
Foxy 4: Alekhine – Dunworth (70 mins)
Foxy 3: Albin Counter Gambit – Martin (75 mins)
Foxy 2: a6 Slav – Plaskett (85 mins)
Foxy 1: A Complete Defence to 1.d4 – Levitt (60 mins) Karpov On Fischer 1-3

 

That’s 187 DVD’s worth of material.

At the usual $15.95 per DVD that’s $2,982.65.

Keep reading. Don’t let that price scare you.

Who would buy every single DVD anyway? It would have to be a fantastic deal for you to get them all, right?

Paul is also adding this for free to the Black Friday Special (only for Bookup customers):

 

Garry Kasparov – My Story: Part 1 – Teenage Prodigy (DVD)

Garry Kasparov – My Story: Part 2 – Joining the Elite (DVD)

Garry Kasparov – My Story: Part 3 – Rebels and Renegades (DVD)

Garry Kasparov – My Story: Part 4 – Hitting the Wall (DVD)

Garry Kasparov – My Story: Part 5 – Rite of Passage (DVD)

My Story

Garry Kasparov is widely acknowledged as the #1 chess-player of all time.
Kasparov was World Champion from 1985-2000. He has one of the most remarkable achievements in
modern chess – as winner of nine consecutive classical chess super-grandmaster tournaments. His venture into the world of chess video authorship has, to date, produced the first
five volumes of his remarkable Garry Kasparov – My Story chess video series.

 

 

That’s five more DVDs of outstanding material from a world champion included for free.

Then Paul is adding even more for free (again only for Bookup customers):

Bobby Fischer DVD Collection

Karpov on Fischer

In a remarkable and unprecedented video-publishing endeavor, the 12th World
Champion Anatoly Karpov has created a series of chess DVDs concerning the
games of the American World Champion – Robert J. Fischer. Karpov has
personally selected his own favorite Fischer games, played during the
American’s “Quest for the Crown” and prior to the ultimate showdown with
Boris Spassky in 1972. Join Fischer’s successor as he analyzes some of the
classic Fischer brilliancies that shaped a legend in American chess – in
the first of Karpov’s three special DVD volumes about Fischer.

In the third DVD, Karpov has personally selected his favorite games, played
during the rematch between Robert Fischer and Boris Spassky in 1992. Join
Fischer’s successor as he analyzes some of the decisive battles that opened a
new chapter for an American chess legend in this “Historic Return.”

221 minutes in 3 DVDs

 

With the five bonus DVDs from Kasparov and the three bonus DVDs from Karpov, that’s…

…a total of 195 DVDs.

How much would it be worth to get all 195 DVDs?

How much stronger would you be after you watched your favorites?

Paul has three options.

The first option is for old school people like me who want the actual physical DVDs shipped to their door.

(I’m old school. This is my 57th trip around the sun so I favor the actual DVDs.)

Shipped on actual DVDs

Get the contents of all 187 DVDs along with the 5 bonus volumes from Kasparov and the 3 bonus volumes from Karpov…

Click here for this very limited time offer $295

Yeah, that’s about $1.50 per DVD for grandmaster instruction. Paul is also give you free shipping.

 

Option two has all of the videos delivered to you on a USB flash drive. Plug it into any computer and watch the videos.

Shipped on a flash drive

Get the content from all 187 DVDs along with the 5 bonus volumes from Kasparov and the 3 bonus volumes from Karpov…

Click here for this limited time offer $169

Yep, that’s even less – and you can play those videos on any computer with a USB port.

 

Finally option three is for the tech savvy player who just wants the content delivered to his computer fast.

Downloaded to your computer

Get the content from all 187 DVDs along with the 5 bonus volumes from Kasparov and the 3 bonus volumes from Karpov…

Click here to get everything via download $149

That’s ridiculous at less than $1 per DVD and you don’t even have to wait for them to arrive. Paul will email you with
a high speed Amazon server download link.

 

 

If you really are planning on studying a little chess next year then you must be salivating over all that time you’ll be spending with a grandmaster who is bent on making you better in each lesson.

Good luck in 2019!

Mike Leahy
The Database Man


So that’s the content of 187 DVDs of grandmaster instruction – plus 8 bonus volumes by Karpov and Kasparov – delivered the way you like it. Choose your favorite:

Option A is $295 for actual physical DVDs shipped for free to your door

Option B is $169 for the content on a flash drive shipped for free to your door

Option C is $149 for the content available via download