Originally posted by onyx2006I've thought about the Polgar series as well. Waiting to hear some feedback from anyone who actually gets them first. Yes, the Seirawan one is very old. He released it years ago on VHS, and it was converted to DVD format years later. His style of teaching is good though, even though the technology is old. The info is timeless, so it has value, and you can probably get it really cheap on e-bay because of how old it is.
was looking at Seirawan's Chess Mentor DVD on the net there... looks ancient though, is it good?
There's a 5 dvd set from susan Polgar too, looks interesting enough...
not sure though! :-/
Originally posted by mipmcpthttp://www.chessdirect.co.uk/acatalog/CATALOGUE___SHOP_NEW_SOFTWARE_160.html#aCBDCE3
Where do you get them from?