The technical merits of the DVDs are also considerable. Comparing them with the Chessbase DVDs, there is no doubt that Ginger GM have raised the bar in terms of professionalism and production standards.Steve Giddins, British Chess Magazine
This DVD set is well made, well presented and will give an enjoyable and entertaining starting point to playing the French Defence the Williams way.Jonathan Bryant, Streatham and Brixton Chess Blog
This is a very enjoyable and instructive set of discs. I've been a fan of the French Defence for a very long time and I can confirm that there is plenty of great stuff here for experienced 1... e6 adherents.Sean Marsh, Marsh Towers
To win without risk is to triumph without glory.
In this, Simon’s second DVD, he will guide you through Black’s part in the French Defence. Simon’s frank, clear and understandable delivery of material of which he has extensive knowledge certainly aids the viewer in increasing their understanding of these opening lines.
Simon’s first DVD has been internationally acclaimed as setting new standards in this format for his clear approach to delivering sometimes complex material. Chapters are broken up through chess-related montages maintaining a viewing interest from start to finish.
This feature is a standalone product running on all platforms and requiring no additional software.
This is a two-part DVD, each part has a running time of roughly 5 hours:
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: The French Defence: Advance Variation
Chapter 3: The French Defence: Tarrash Variation with 3…Nf6: White plays 5 f4: Black replies with an early …a5: The Most Dangerous Plan.
Chapter 4: The French Defence: Tarrash Variation with 3…Nf6: White plays 5 Bd3 and 7 Ne2: The Most Popular Choice.
Chapter 5: The French Defence: Tarrash Variation with 3…Nf6: The Universal System: 7 Ngf3 Be7 8 0-0 a5!
Chapter 6: Conclusion
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: The French Winawer: Various 4th Move Alternatives for White
Chapter 3: The French Winawer: Various 5th Move Alternatives for White
Chapter 4: The French Winawer: White Avoids 7 Qg4: 7 Nf3, 7 a4 and 7 h4!?
Chapter 5: The French Winawer: The Main Line 7 Qg4: 12…d4!? New and Interesting
Chapter 6: The French Exchange Variation
Chapter 7: The Kings Indian Attack (Black plays with …d5 …c5 and …g6)
Chapter 8: Other Possibilities that White might try, Wing Gambit etc
Chapter 9: Conclusion
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