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ChessBase 16 – Mega package Edition 2022 ChessBase 16 - Mega package Edition 2022
Your key to fresh ideas, precise analyses and targeted training!
Everyone uses ChessBase, from the World Champion to the amateur next door. It is the program of choice for anyone who loves the game and wants to know more about it. Start your personal success story with ChessBase and enjoy the game even more.

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“Evolving Genius”: learn to attack and play brilliancies. Fritz offers you everything you will need as a dedicated chess enthusiast.
€79.90
NFTs have been known to a wider public for just under a year. They solve an urgent technical problem: Today art is becoming digital. Not every painter works oil on canvas anymore. Digital images, however, can be copied without loss of quality. How can an artist then still say, “I’ll give or sell you this painting,” when the concept of a handcrafted original no longer exists?  How can a collector resell a digital work of art?
For example, if you own a copy of “Les Baigneuses” by Auguste Renoir, it would be easy to notice differences from the original: Even if your copy reproduced every brushstroke of Renoir in perfect texture, physical dating methods would immediately reveal the wrong age. An exact copy is physically impossible.
Renoir Baigneuses
Auguste Renoir: Les Baigneuses, 1918-1919, Musée d’Orsay, Paris
The technical solution to the question of ownership in digital things are NFTs. Ownership is registered in the blockchain, an indestructible digital accounting system. Critics of NFTs ask: What value does this ownership represent if I can download the original anyway? The question is equivalent to “Why should I spend 20 million on a Renoir when I can buy a decent poster in the museum store downstairs for 20 euros?” Both views have their justification.
 
ChessBase has published “Moments of Genius”, an NFT series of the world chess champions. This series is unique for the following reasons:
Regardless of the specific historical significance, one can also simply find value in Carl Eriksson’s art, which fragments the portrait photo as an ingenious collage of the game notation.
World Champion
End of Auction (CE Time)
William Steinitz
January 11, 11:59 (6 am EST)
Emanuel Lasker
January 11, 12:56 (7am EST)
José Raúl Capablanca
January 11, 14:57 (9am EST)
Alexander Alekhine
January 11, 15:59 (10am EST)
Max Euwe
January 11, 17:00 (11 am EST)
Tigran Petrosian
January, 11, 17:54 (12 pm EST)
Mikhail Tal
January, 11, 18:56 (1 pm EST)
Mikhail Botvinnik
January, 11, 19:55 (2 pm EST)
Vassily Smyslov
January 11, 20:57 (3pm EST)
Boris Spassky
January 11, 21:57 (4pm EST)
Bobby Fischer
January 12, 0:38 (6:38 EST)
Anatoly Karpov
January 12, 9:56 (4 am EST)
Vladimir Kramnik
January 12, 10:58 (5 am EST)
Viswanathan Anand
January 12, 11:56 (6 am EST)
https://opensea.io/collection/chess-world-champions
 
The following guide “How to bid” assumes that you already own Ethereum. If not, you could buy it in the Metamask wallet.
 

Metamask in Firefox
 

Place a bid – click only once.
Good luck with your bid! If it does not win, there will be no further costs except for the gas in a possible transfer of the Ether back to your main wallet.
Do you find that complicated? Of course! That would make you a pioneer of crypto technology, which one day will permeate our entire lives. But opportunities (and risks) are offered to people who recognize the importance of things early on.
 
Wishing you success!

 
 

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“Evolving Genius”: learn to attack and play brilliancies. Fritz offers you everything you will need as a dedicated chess enthusiast.
€79.90
Besides in-depth theory and exciting tactical exercises in the Scotch Game, this video course also includes a bonus section on the Scotch Gambit (1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Bc4), a lively variation often leading to very dynamic positions.
€29.90
“Special” on Robert Huebner with analyses and videos on strategy and endgame. Firouzja, Oparin, Predke, Sevian, Vitiugov and others comment on their games from the Grand Swiss 2021. Opening videos by Kasimdzhanov, Ragger and Marin. 11 Opening articles
€19.95
Playing styles in chess are an important and thus often discussed topic. GM Dr. Karsten Müller and GM Luis Engel take up a model by GM Lars Bo Hansen based on 4 player types – namely ‘activists’, ‘pragmatics’, ‘theoreticians’ and so-called ‘reflectors’.
€29.90
The Jobava London System is a minor form of the London System. White tries to play Lf4 quickly followed by Nc3.
€29.90
IM Andrew Martin gets you ready to play the Barry in your own games. Players under 2200 will benefit the most. It turns out that after 1 d4 Nf6 2 Nf3 g6 3 Nc3!? d5 4 Bf4 Bg7, White has no less than four dangerous moves, 5 e3, 5 Qd2, 5 Nb5 and 5 h3.
€29.90
Videos: Scandinavian expert Christian Bauer shows clever evasive maneuvers in the system with 3…Da5. Mihail Marin proves that the Catalan is alive and always good for new ideas! Plus “Lucky bag” with analyses by Anish Giri, Peter Heine Nielsen, Romain E
€12.99
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