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Re: Mastering French series
Reply #1 - 12/07/08 at 02:21:57
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It appears that we can afford to skip this. Not being familiar with Polgar's videos, I've since had a chance to peruse them. They don't appear to produced for experienced players. These French videos are probably very elementary. Not surprising. evrything from the States tends to be like this.
People ought to know though, it's probably because the only money in chess in the US is found in Scholastic tournaments and the like. This is the market that most cater to.
  

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C00-C19: Mastering French series
12/03/08 at 08:54:33
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I can't find a description of long each video is. Part three is particularly bothersome because it covers the classical, Winawer and Rubenstein in one go!  Can you do that in less than three hours?

http://www.classicalgames.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=00...
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