Videotraining

Entspannend und lehrreich: Videotraining beim ASK Réti! Vorschläge für Videos können jederzeit gerne an Christian gemacht werden.

 

 

The Master Game (1981)

Liebe Rétianerinnen und Rétianer

 

Ich lade euch herzlich ein zur ersten Ausgabe des ASK Réti Videotrainings, wo wir unsere Schachkenntnisse in gemütlicher Atmosphäre zu verbessern suchen. Die Videoserie beinhaltet 13 Folgen der BBC Schachsendung The Master Game, die Partien zwischen mehreren bekannten Grossmeistern der 80er Jahre präsentiert. Diese teilen während der Partie ihre Überlegungen mit dem Publikum -- ein unterhaltsames, inspirierendes und zugleich überaus lehrreiches Fernsehvergnügen!

 

Das Videotraining findet jeweils am ersten Montag jeden Monats statt; die Videos eignen sich für Spielerinnen und Spieler aller Spielstärke -- gutes Englisch-Hörverständnis vorausgesetzt! Eine Anmeldung ist nicht vonnöten; wer Fragen oder Feedback hat, darf mich aber gerne unter web@screti.ch kontaktieren.

 

Ich freue mich auf euer Erscheinen zur ersten Vorstellung am Montag, 7. März 2016, 19:30 Uhr im Klus Park, Kursraum A.

 

 

Dear members of Réti

 

It is my great pleasure to invite you all to our first ASK Réti video training series, where we will be learning more about chess in a relaxing atmosphere. The series features 13 episodes from the BBC television show The Master Game about a tournament between several well-known Grandmasters from the 1980s; the masters will be sharing their thoughts during their games, which provides not just an entertaining and inspiring viewing experience, but a very instructive one as well!

 

The screenings take place on the first Monday of every month; it is suitable for players of all levels and everyone is welcome to join. There's no need to tell me whether you're going to attend a screening or not, just show up :) --  but if you have questions or would like to give me feedback, feel free to contact me at web@screti.ch.

 

I'm looking forward to seeing you for our first screening on Monday, March 7 2016 at 19:30, Klus Park, Kursraum A.

 

Best regards,

 

Christian

 

More On The Series

Duration: 30 minutes per episode

Language: English (no subtitles)

 

The Master Game broke new ground in the 1970s and 1980s when it established itself as the only international chess tournament played for television. Following its launch by BBC Television in 1975, it became a firm favourite amongst chess fans and grandmasters alike. The list of competitors featured is a who’s who of famous Grandmasters from the 1970s including Anatoly Karpov, Viktor Korchnoi, Tony Miles, Bent Larsen, Nigel Short, John Nunn, Walter Browne and many more. Whereas computers have taken over the analysis of games in the modern age, the unique aspect that made of The Master Game so popular was the players voicing their inner thoughts and letting viewers understand their thinking on the game. [...] The contestants for this hard fought series included: World Championship contenders Bent Larsen, Nigel Short, Svetozar Gligoric, Vlastimil Hort and Robert Byrne, plus Tony Miles, Lothar Schmid and the inimitable Jan Hein Donner. (Source: Odeonent)

 

A teaser trailer is available on YouTube.

 

The Games

1. Gligoric vs Short

2. Byrne vs Hort

3. Miles vs Larsen 

4. Schmid vs Donner

5. Hort vs Gligoric

6. Short vs Byrne

7. Donner vs Miles

8. Larsen vs Schmid

9. Gligoric vs Byrne

10. Short vs Hort

11. Larsen vs Donner

12. Miles vs Schmid

13. Short vs Miles

 

Screenings 2016

Introduction & episodes 1 - 2: 07 March 19:30-21:00
Episodes 3 - 5: 04 April 19:30-21:00
Episodes 6 - 8: 02 May 19:30-21:00
Episodes 9 - 11: 06 June 19:30-21:00
Episodes 12 - 13: 04 July 19:30-21:00