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PE's Chess Cast

Summary: Chess Training Video's: The reviewers find these quick study chess tutorials both instructive and entertaining. Training to keep you up on the practical use of tactics, mating patterns and endgame technique. These areas of studies are considered to be the most critical for improving and keeping your chess game in top form. Game positions from Grandmaster's and Masters alike are used to illustrate basic thoughts for winning ideas. Different presentation techniques are used to stimulate and enhance memory recall of important concepts. Episodes are Video iPod Friendly. More at pinkelephantpodcast.com (PE's Chess Cast since 2006)

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Podcasts:

 Christmas Elf Learns Chess | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

An Elf learns to play chess? Only all the rules are not given precisely ... can the Master win?

 Winter Season 2010: M.Tal | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

Season game #2 A Mikhail Tal game

 Fall Season 2010: M.Tal | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

A look into positions from the games of M. Tal for this seasons greeting. (former World Chess Champion Michael Tal's Memorial tournament being held in Moscow this month Nov 2010) {7:37, 15.7 MB}

 Lines of Fire 2 | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

Most of the Chess pieces move and capture in straight lines. The practice of training your eyes to scan, as if by radar, the "lines of fire" essential to playing good chess. Challenge yourself with this game position. Tip: Try using ex-ray vision. (This is part 2)

 Deadliest Attack | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

A Podcast from the archives 2008: Deadliest Attack

 PE News Podcast Update | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

PE News Podcast Update: Large format for the "Chess in the Movies" on the website, Terminator Votes, Books, Smyslov Tribute, Join the New Series The Chess Room for the next couple of months. [16:11 min / 42.11mb]

 Kasparov the Whirlwind | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

Kasparov's play resembles a whirl wind. An outstanding chess career to say the very least. A look at a position from one of his games; probably a less well know game. [This is a repeat from MClub 104; 7:11/ 11.7mb ]

 Celebrating 4 Years of PE's Chess Cast | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

Celebrating 4 Years of PE's Chess Cast: Position; Black, Smyslov, to play and win [1.4mb, 27sec]

 Sneaky Mate 3 (reissued) | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

Sneaky Mate 3 (Reissued) Hope you enjoy this reissued podcast [7/21/08]. I am in catch up mode for the up coming news and changes podcast. It will also feature a V. Smyslov game. [3:53]

 Chess in the Movies (PT 2) | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

Chess in the Movies (Part 2). A brilliant game by Boris Spassky that was featured in a James Bond Movie. [9:58, ]

 Chess in the Movies (PT 1) | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

Part 1 A Chess position is featured in a James Bond movie. A Classic from Boris Spassky

 Chess Terminators | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

Chess from Outer Space: An Unusual Game with unusual opening principles. Elements: Time plus Space can be stronger than Matter. [22.3mb/9:17]

 Greetings New Years 2010 | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

Study of tactics from a game played at a coffee house. What would say is the most deadliest of tactics? "The Windmill" ?, The Discovered Attack? Greetings and Best Wishes for 2010! [7:12 / 13.4 mb] ©2009 pct

 Special Edition #2 | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

This is part 2 of the Strategy from Special Edition

 Challenge of the Count | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: Unknown

The Challenge of the Count. This is the 3rd in the series of Halloween Podcast. The Count lost the first game and missed a win in the second only to draw. Do you plan your strategy in steps? Do you find obscure moves to fit in with your ideas? Do you take previous loses as stepping stones to better chess? Happy Halloween! [8:29/20.38 mb]

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