Review: Secret Weapons of the Champions
Here's a brief excerpt from my ChessCafe review of this ChessBase DVD:
In this four-hour DVD, Mikhalchishin demonstrates the second approach, that of observing patterns of great players from the past. Following the introduction, there are four video segments covering Mikhail Botvinnik, two videos discussing the little-known Soviet GM Vladimir Makogonov, five video chapters about Mikhail Tal, and four video lectures concerning Tigran Petrosian.
For the entire review, click here.
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