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2019 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 December 2nd, ‘Cyber Monday.’

Here is a list of GM Roman Dzindzichashvili’s 119 DVD titles along with short descriptions of what you will learn…

Roman’s Lab Vol: 119 New Lines and Novelties In The Nimzo & Bogo Indian & Roman’s Games

 

 

 

Roman’s Lab Vol: 118 New lines and theory in The Scotch & Roman’s Game with Tal

Roman’s Lab Vol: 117 Encyclopedia of Chess opening Part 6

Roman lab Vol: 116 Encyclopedia of Chess opening Part 5

Roman’s Lab Vol: 115 The Art of Winning with the Isolated Pawn in the Panov Attack

Roman’s Lab Vol: 114 Strategy Behind Pawn Breakthroughs in the Opening, Middle & Endgame

Roman’s Lab Vol: 113 Latest in the King’s Indian Defence New Ideas, Missed Opportunities, & Novelties

Roman’s Lab Vol: 112 Significant Changes in some Critical Positions in the Nimzo-Indian Defence

Roman’s Lab Vol: 111 Highly Instructional Games In the Queens Gambit Declined

*7 Part Strategy Series 106,7,8,9,10,14,15*

Roman’s Lab Vol: 110 Strategy Behind Positional Sacrifices for Strategic Gains Part 5

Roman’s Lab Vol: 109 Strategy Behind Playing With Strong Outposts Easily Explained Part 4

Roman’s Lab Vol: 108 Strategy Behind Learning Tactics Easily Explained (92 Minutes) Part 3

Roman’s Lab Vol: 107 Strategy of How to Get a Winning Advantage with Bad Pawns Part 2

Roman’s Lab Vol 106: Strategy Behind Playing Pawn Blockaded Positions Right out of the Opening! Part 1

Roman’s Lab Vol 105: Remarkable Rejuvenation in Scandinavian Defence

Roman’s Lab Vol 104: Amazing Tactical Possibilities in The Najdorf

Roman’s Lab Vol 103: Winning with new attacking lines against popular openings

Roman’s Lab Vol 102 – Killing The Sicilian with The Grand Prix Attack

Roman’s Lab Vol 101 – The King’s Indian Defense

Roman’s Lab Vol 100 – Chess Pot Pourri

Roman’s Lab Vol 99 – Universal Way Against the Slav Systems

Roman’s Lab Vol 98 – c3 Sicilian Alapin Variation

Roman’s Lab Vol 97 – New Systems in Caro-Kann for White & Black

Roman’s Lab Vol 96 – Dismantle the Petroff Defence at the Highest Level

Roman’s Lab Vol 95 – Scandinavian Nf6 and Qxd5 Centre Counter Player

Roman’s Lab Vol 94 – Dynamic Reti Player

Roman’s Lab Vol 92 – Staggering Novelties that Rewrite Modern Opening Pages

Roman’s Lab Vol 91 – Practical Killer Traps and Super Sharp Lines for the 1.e4 Player

Roman’s Lab Vol 90 – New Revelations for B&W in The Burn-Morozevich Variation of French Defence (70min)

Roman’s Lab Vol 89 – Highly Instructive & Educational Games for Black to Play Against Maroczy Bind

Roman’s Lab Vol 88 – Highly Instructive & Educational Games for Accelerated Dragon Player (60mins)

Roman’s Lab Vol 87 – Highly Instructive and Educational Games for The Scotch Player (60mins)

Roman’s Lab Vol 86 – Highly Instructive and Educational Games for the Grand Prix Player (66mins)

Roman’s Lab Vol 85 – Understanding the Concept of Middlegame based on Opening Strategy 122

Roman’s Lab Vol 84 – Rybka’s Quest for Replacing The Ruy Lopez (100mins)

Roman’s Lab Vol 83: Staggering New Novelties for White in The Grand Prix Attack 135 mins

Roman’s Lab Vol 82: Easy to Learn Ambitious System for White against Hippo, Modern & Pirc

Roman’s Lab Vol 81: Easy and Promising Way for White to Play against the Najdorf Sicilian

Roman’s Lab Vol 80 – Reversing Giuoco Piano & 2 Knights Defense (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 79 – Dynamic Positional Lines in the Semi Slav Defense (1h 35m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 78 – Razor Sharp Lines in the Semi Slav Defense (1h 40m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 77 – Beating 1.d4 White avoids playing against the Dzindzi Indian Defense Part 2 (1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 76 – Beating 1.d4 With the Aggressive & Revised Dzindzi Indian Defense Part 1 (1h 25)

Roman’s Lab Vol 75 – Slaying the Dragon (1h 47m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 74 – The Dynamic Catalan An Ambitious Opening Repertoire for White (1h 35m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 73 – Complete Grunfeld Def. with New Secrets and Novelties Part 2 (1h 40m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 72 – Complete Grunfeld Def. with New Secrets and Novelties Part 1 (1h 30m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 71 – New Improved Lines and Novelties in the Caro-Kann (1h 40m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 70 – Roman and Rybka, Perfecting the Opening Series (over 1h 30m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 69 – Dzindzi Anti-English Complete and Ambitious System for Black Against 1.c4

Roman’s Lab Vol 68 – Qd6 Scandinavian #1 Underestimated Weapon for Black against 1.e4 (over 1h 20m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 67 – Progressive Way of Handling the Maroczy Bind (over 1h 20m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 66 – New and Improved Accelerated Dragon!!! (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 65 – The Difference Between Sound and Unsound Ways To Play Sharp Openings (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 64 – Russian School of Chess Part 3 (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 63 – Russian School of Chess Part 2 (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 62 – Russian School of Chess Part 1 (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 61 – Art of Instant Attacks (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 60 – Attacking Gambits and Opening Pawn Sacrifices (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 59 – Attacking the Kings Indian Defense with the Samisch (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 58 – Common Endgame Mistakes (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 57 – Man vs. Machine 4-4 (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 56 – Reverse Openings (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 55 – A Tribute to Bobby Fischer (3h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 54 – Capitalizing on Your Opponent’s Weaknesses (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 53 – Improve Your Ability to Calculate Variations (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 52 – Finding Tactical Solutions in Overwhelming Positions (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 51 – Building Powerful Attacks by Learning Piece Coordination (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 50 – Unsound Openings and How to Exploit Them (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 49 – Magnificent Instructional Masterpieces in The King’s Indian Defense (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 48 – System for White Against the Sicilian Fianchetto and Non (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 47 – The Most Brilliant Squeezes Ever in the Endgame (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 46 – Most Incredible Tactics and Combinations Ever in the Endgame (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 45 – New Lines for Black in the Accelerated Dragon and King’s Indian (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 44 – New Lines for White against the Sicilian, French, Hippo, Latvian (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 43 – New Lines & Novelties against the Caro Kann, Alekhine & French (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 42 – New Lines against the Pirc, Scandinavian & Dragon (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 41 – New Lines & Novelties in the Scotch and f4 Sicilian (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 40 – Encyclopedia of Chess Openings Vol 4 (2h 25m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 39 – Encyclopedia of Chess Openings Vol 3 (2h 49m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 38 – Encyclopedia of Chess Openings Vol 2 (2h 50m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 37 – Encyclopedia of Chess Openings Vol 1 (2h 44m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 36 – The Art of Defence (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 35 – Mastering the Opening Series – 1. d4 Repertoire for White (4h 32m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 34 – Repertoire for Black vs. Queen’s Gambit (2h 32m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 33 – Mastering the Opening Series – Crushing Lines for White (2h 50m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 32 – Mastering the Opening Series – Repertoire for Black 2 (1h 46m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 31 – Mastering the Opening Series – Repertoire for Black 1 (2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 30 – Mastering the Endgame Series – Part 2 (4h 10m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 29 – Mastering the Endgame Series – Part 1 (4h 10m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 28 – Easy Way to Learn The King’s Indian Attack (over 1h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 27 – Nimzovitch’s My System Part 2 (1h 30m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 26 – Nimzovitch’s My System Part 1 (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 25 – Easy Way to Beat The Pirc Modern Defense (1h 30m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 24 – Live from Las Vegas National Open (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 23 – Grand Prix and Reti (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 22 – The Scotch and Giuoco Piano (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 21 – The King’s Indian Defence (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 20 – Step-by-Step Manoeuvring in Closed Positions (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 19 – Understanding & Dominating your chess game with Pawn Structures (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 18 – Blitz as a tool to better chess & Secrets in Beating your Chess Computer

Roman’s Lab Vol 17 – Unbeatable Secret Weapons for Black (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 16 – Learn to play the English The Easy Way (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 15 – Improve your Combinational & Tactical Skills – Part 2 (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 14 – Improve your Combinational & Tactical Skills – Part 1 (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 13 – Maximize Your Success against 1.b4, c4, d4 (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 12 – New Improvements in Opening Theory (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 11 – Greatest Games of Chess ever Played – Part 2 (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 10 – Greatest Games of Chess ever Played – Part 1 (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 9 – Comprehensive Chess Endings 2 (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 8 – Comprehensive Chess Endings 1 (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 7 – Think and Play like a Grandmaster (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 6 – Rapid and Complete Opening Repertoire for Black (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 5 – Rapid and Complete Opening Repertoire for White (over 2h)

Roman’s Lab Vol 4 – Planning & Attacking Based on Superiority of Pieces (4h 20m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 3 – Transition to the Middle Game (4h 20m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 2 – Sacrifices and Tactics that End Games in the Opening (4h 20m)

Roman’s Lab Vol 1 – Learning Openings the Easy Way, Traps & Novelties (4h 20m)

That’s 119 DVD’s worth of material.

At the usual $15.95 per DVD that’s $1,895.08.

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 127 DVDs.

How much would it be worth to get all 127 DVDs?

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

But to make this deal impossible to pass up, Paul has added even more DVDs…

 

Karpov on Roman – 3 DVDs
Karpov’s Best Games (Karpov) – 4 DVDs
Karpov on the CaroKann – 1 DVD
Karpov Anti English Crunch – 1 DVD

 

Another 9 DVDs

 

Then Paul has added 18 volumes of Grandmaster Magazine…

 

Grandmaster Magazine volumes 1-18

  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 1-4: GM DVD Brilliance!
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 5: Anand, Kasparov, Short, Yusupov and Ivanchuk
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 6: Shirov Games, Games against Bareev and Zhuravliov
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 7: Dortmund 1992 / Kasparov Short 1994 WCC Semi Finals
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 8: Fischer-Spassky 1992 Rematch
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 9: Kasparov-Short 1993 World Championship Match
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 10: Intel Grand Prix MOSCOW 1994 Kasparov, Anand, Short
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 11: Intel Grand Prix N.Y. Kasparov, Kramnik, Ivanchuk
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 12: Intel Grand Prix LONDON 1994 World Championship
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 13: Intel Grand Prix Paris 1994- Finals
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 14: Moscow 1995 Knock-out Chess as Kasparov, Anand, Kramnik
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 15: N.Y. 1995 Knock-out Chess as Kasparov, Anand, Kramnik
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 16: London 1995 Knock-out Chess as Kasparov, Anand, Kramnik
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 17: Paris 1995 Knock-out Chess as Kasparov, Anand, Kramnik
  • Grandmaster Magazine DVD Collection 18: Intel World Championship Knock-out

Another 18 DVDs

 

With the 9 new bonus DVDs from Kasparov and the 18 Grandmaster bonus DVDs that’s…

…a total of 154 DVDs of video.

How much would it be worth to get all 154 DVDs?

Again, at the usual $15.95 per DVD that’s $2,456.30.


Paul has three options.

The first option is for old school people like me who want actual physical DVDs shipped to their door. I don’t recommend this as you don’t actually get the boxes for all those DVDs. You get just a few DVDs with the computer video files on them – not DVDs that require a DVD player.

(That said, I’m old school. This is my 58th trip around the sun so I favor having the actual DVDs shipped to me.)

 

Shipped on actual DVDs

Get all 119 Roman DVDs along with the 5 bonus volumes from Kasparov and the 3 bonus volumes from Karpov and the 18 Grandmaster Mazazine videos…

Order the video files on discs

Yeah, that’s less than $3 per DVD for grandmaster instruction. Paul is also give you free shipping.

NOTE: This does NOT include the cases for those DVDs. This is for the video content, delivered in computer format, not for playing in a DVD player.

 

Option two has all of the videos delivered to you on a flash drive.

 

Shipped on a flash drive

Get the content from all 119 Roman DVDs along with the 5 bonus volumes from Kasparov and the 3 bonus volumes from Karpov and the 18 Grandmaster Mazazine videos…

Order on a flash drive with free shipping

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 who just wants the content delivered to his computer fast.

 

Downloaded to your computer

Get the content from all 119 Roman DVDs along with the 5 bonus volumes from Kasparov and the 3 bonus volumes from Karpov and the 18 Grandmaster Mazazine videos…

Order the videos via download

That’s ridiculous at less than $1 per DVD and you don’t even have to wait for them to arrive. (You’ll get an email within one business day from Paul, with your high speed 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 2020!

Mike Leahy
The Database Man


So that’s 154 DVDs of grandmaster instruction 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