By László Polgár
The such a lot whole selection of chess difficulties ever released, together with 5,334 tutorial occasions, provided through the world's top chess teacher
Chess analyzes greater than 5,000 certain educational occasions, many taken from actual suits, together with 306 difficulties for checkmate in a single circulation, 3,412 friends in strikes, 744 buddies in 3 strikes, six hundred miniature video games, a hundred and forty four basic endgames, and 128 match video game mixtures. Chapters are geared up by means of challenge kind. every one challenge, blend, and online game is keyed to an easy-to-follow resolution in the back of the publication, so readers can study as they cross. greater than 6,000 illustrations make it effortless to work out the chances any place might carry. The e-book additionally contains the fundamental principles of the sport and a global bibliography.
Chess is the last word e-book on successful the game.
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This can be a selection of sixty nine annotated video games performed via 17 of the best chess avid gamers in heritage. The video games are well specified by descriptive notation. incorporated with all the video games is a biography of the gamers. This publication is an effective learn. Even with out taking part in over the video games, readers will locate it relaxing.
I supply this publication a four big name for somebody who desires to be brought to Nimzovich. What i admire top concerning the e-book is that Reinfeld introduces Nimzovich no longer easily as a grandmaster, but in addition as an artist. what sort of artist was once he? The majestic flowing, classical attractiveness ala Rubinstein wasn't his. Dramatic is the key-phrase.
First, why you this e-book could be for you.
The strengths of this booklet is the method of learning the play of Fischer. The method hired within the improvement of this ebook is rare and intensely powerful to truly learn the features of a private enjoying sort. The research and dialogue is perfect for a constructing (but no longer unavoidably already robust participant) usually. The concerns in examining Fischer's kind will be utilized to any chess grasp that one may study.
Why did the ebook drop to 3 stars?
The research is common too superficial to supply any genuine deep perception into the positions. This probably as a result of energy of the writer (FIDE approx. 2250). He definitely does a greater task at explaining positions than definite GMs which are simply "mailing" of their research, yet does not come wherever close to on the subject of the pinnacle chess writers equivalent to Beim, Marin and Soltis (and definite others). there are various occurences the place video games finish with the remark "and then it's Fischer's technique". The e-book is ready strategy however the writer by no means quite "gets" that Fischer's procedure and protecting talents allowed Fischer to make competitive judgements. definite, he alluded to this in lots of sections, yet no synthesis used to be supplied to truly supply an image of why Fischer's skill used to be so dominate in his run opposed to the Soviets. this sort of dialogue could have superior the e-book significantly. as an alternative, the e-book is number of attributes characterizing a taking part in type with in most cases 4 or 5 examples. My major challenge is that almost all examples and features might be came across for many most sensible GMs. the writer did little or no to distinction the effectiveness Fischer's sort opposed to the avid gamers of his time or perhaps the gamers as much as the booklet date.
In end . ..
If you are an aspiring bettering participant, this publication is a fascinating and instructive learn yet do your personal homework! plow through a booklet like Soltis' Fischer Rediscovered and positively learn Bobby Fischer's My Sixty such a lot Memorable video games. simply forget about the truth that the attributes are hugely comparable and infrequently an merchandise like "timing" can't be disconnected from all of the different features and possibly is just not mentioned at its personal subject.
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Additional info for Chess: 5334 Problems, Combinations and Games
F6 ! 1 e4 e5 2 ¤f3 ¤c6 3 ¥b5 a6 4 ¥xc6 This game was played around the time when Bobby Fischer's great successes with the Exchange Variation led to a huge surge in its popularity. f6 One of many satisfactory options, and for others see our 'C68 book'. 6 d4 XABCDEFGHY 8r+lwqkvlntr( 7+pzp-+-zpp' 6p+p+-zp-+& 5+-+-zp-+-% 4-+-zPP+-+$ 3+-+-+N+-# 2PzPP+-zPPzP" 1tRNvLQ+RmK-! fxe5 8 ¤xe5! ) 8 ¤bd2 £e7 9 ¤c4 0-0-0 10 £e2 leading to an interesting struggle in the game Rausis,I−Berzinsh,R/Bern 2000, which is published in full on our Internet site.
11 ¤e4 (11 ¥d2 ¥xc3! 12 ¥xc3 c5! is at least equal for Black. This is typical of what White should avoid. ¥f8?! ¥e7 should be preferred. a5!? ) 11 g4?! f6! XABCDEFGHY 8r+l+kvl-tr( 7+pzp-+-zp-' 6-+p+-zpn+& 5zp-+-zP-vLp% 4-+-+-+P+$ 3+-sN-+NmKP# 2PzPP+-zP-+" 1tR-+-+R+-! xabcdefghy 15 exf6 ¥d6+ 16 ¢g2 hxg4 17 hxg4 gxf6 18 ¥xf6 ¤f4+ 19 ¢g1 ¥xg4! ¥e7 was more than satisfactory for Black in the GM−clash McDonald,N−Motwani,P/Eksakt Masters, Tilburg 1996. Ne7, as happened in the aforementioned McDonald−Motwani game.
E8 , but against a player of Fischer's class it would be too much to hope for 18 ¥xe7 ¦xe7 19 ¤xb5?? e4 18 ¥xf8 ¥xf8 19 ¤d5 More deadly than 19 Nxb5. ¢g7 XABCDEFGHY 8r+q+-vl-+( 7+-zp-+-mkp' 6p+-+-zp-+& 5+p+Nzpnzp-% 4-+-+-+-+$ 3+P+-+Q+-# 2-zPP+-zPPzP" 1tR-+R+-mK-! ¥g7 20 £xf5 £xf5 21 ¤e7+ ¢f7 22 ¤xf5 was another way for Black to exit. 20 g4 Black resigned, since any knight−move from him would be answered instantly by 21 Qxf6+. , 1957. SUMMARY: The Norwegian variation is perhaps playable, but Black must play very precisely just to reach the middlegame alive, after spending so much precious time chasing White's "Spanish bishop" early in the opening.