|How to play the Black side of 1.e4||How
to use the Open Game II ebook, a repertoire for
Black after 1.e4
Order the Open Game II ebook featured in the video
|How to handle moves that are not in an ebook||What
to do when your opponent plays a move that is NOT in your ebook.
How to get quick advice from the chess engine in the free
version of Chess Openings Wizard.
Order the London II ebook featured in the video
to open a new ebook and start an opening
How to view two ebooks at the same time.
How to navigate through the moves in an ebook (basics).
to resize the ebook window.
See a demonstration of Chess Openings Wizard finding transpositions.
How to add diacritics (?!) to moves.
How to flip the board
|Printing Diagrams||How to print high quality diagrams.|
|Scandinavian||How to learn an aggressive defense against 1.e4 for Black using the Scandinavian repertoire ebook by Zhigen Lin.|
|Training Wizard||How to use the Training Wizard to test yourself on your knowledge of your chess opening.|
|Turning PGN files into ebooks||How to create your own ebooks on any opening from PGN files of master games that are freely available on the web.|
|Game Databases||Can studying only grandmaster games make you... delusional?!|
|Backsolving||How to find the critical line(s) automatically.|
to record your voice and the changes you make to
the board so that it all plays back like a movie.
How to setup endgame or puzzle positions.
|Overnight Analysis||How to analyze your opening repertoire.|
|Game Statistics Tirade
||How using a game database (ChessBase, Chess Assistant, MasterChess) with statistics can... mess you up!|
|Becoming a Master with the London II Ebook||How Kevin Mulloy became a correspondence master using the London II ebook.|
There are more videos coming. Suggest one in the support
Chess Openings Wizard is based on Bookup 2000 so you can watch the older tutorial videos of Bookup 2000 as most of the functions are similar.