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By Max Euwe, Walter Meiden

Bueno, yo lei este libro, para un jugador de ajedrez que viene empezando, este es el tipo de libro que le ayudará a mejorar, hace diferentes tratados:-Principio de desarrollo de piezas-Como evitar caer en una minuatura, o como elaborar una miniatura( partidas desicivas en 20 movimientos)-Celadas de aperturaNo me inmagino un jugador que empiece sin este libro, yo tengo un ELO mas de 2000, y aun veo las paritdas de vez en cuando, aunque no me sirven, es un libro que abona cuando imparta clases.Les deseo suerte, para ser honestos, a mi este libro es practicamente ileaible por lo basico, pero le di una nota de five, por eso valia para mi cuando lo lei, al empezar en el ajedrez

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La casa ya está ardiendo y él atiza el fuego, pero no en su provecho. La única esperanza sería 11 ... CD2R después de lo cual 12 C x P es muy fuerte: 12 ... D4A 13 T1R C3AR 14 P6D y gana, ya que amenaza doblemente 15 A x P + y 15 C x P . 12 C4T Réplica normal en tal posición: el caballo defiende y ataca simultáneamente,.

P3TD la posición del peón negro se debilitaría algo. Las blancas podrían haber jugado 15 D4T tratando de neutralizar el ataque negro del flanco de rey mediante un cambio de damas (en general un excelente recurso), pero entonces las negras hubieran continuado 15 ... D1R protegiendo su CR, manteniendo la protección de su TD y preparando ... A2R. 15 ... 16 C3T? P3TD Otra jugada típica de principiante. El caballo blanco tuvo que retirarse con pérdida de tiempo, pero las blancas no quieren admitir que su jugada fue errónea, y sitúan su caballo en la casilla menos eficaz 3TD desde la que su radio de influencia es muy limitado.

APERTURA ESCOCESA Amateur Maestro 1 P4R En un momento de la historia del ajedrez, los buenos jugadores empezaron a darse cuenta de que para un juego eficaz: (a) las piezas deben desarrollarse lo más rápidamente posible; (b) deben abrirse líneas para facilitar ese desarrollo; (c) el jugador que domina los cuatro cuadros centrales tiene la mayor posibilidad de éxito. ) Durante muchos siglos la jugada inicial 1 P4R ha sido con mucho la más popular. Abre dos diagonales, ocupa la casilla central 4R protegiendo las casillas 5D y 5AR de las blancas, en el sentido de que las piezas negras no las pueden ocupar sin correr el riesgo de ser capturadas.

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