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The Complete Manual of Positional Chess Volume 2

Middlegame Structures and Dynamics
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Utgivelsesdato August 2017
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Ja, enda en bok som gir viktig grunnlag for å bli skikkelig god i sjakk! Dette er del 2 av bøkene i den russiske sjakkskolen, materiale utviklet og samlet av to kjente stormestere, til både trenere og for egenstudium i verdens ledende sjakkland.

Glimrende stoff som både er "taktikk" og "strategi". Passer kanskje best for spillere på ratingnivå ca 1600 - 2300.

Forlagets egen omtale:

Russia boasts a long and rich tradition in chess education, and Russian chess teachers and trainers are simply the best in the world. The Complete Manual of Positional Chess, probably the most thorough grounding in the history of teaching chess, was recently created for chess teachers at the DYSS, the special sports school for young talents in Russia.

Konstantin Sakaev and Konstantin Landa present a complete set of instructions and tips for trainers and self-improvers. You will learn not only how to enhance your fundamental knowledge and technical skills, but also how to work on your physical and psychological conditioning.

You are handed basic and advanced tools to improve in a wide array of areas:

  • handling different pawn structures
  • exploiting weaknesses in your opponent's position
  • attacking the enemy king
  • detecting dynamics and tactical motifs
  • finding resources for defence and counterattack in precarious positions and, last but not least:
  • restricting the role the chess computer plays in your life.

Konstantin Sakaev is a Grandmaster and a former Russian Champion. He won Olympiad gold in 1998 and 2000 with the Russian team and has assisted World Champion Vladimir Kramnik as his second. Konstantin Landa is a Russian Grandmaster and a FIDE Senior Trainer.

Innholdsfortegnelsen:

Part I – ‘Pawns are the soul of chess’ .............................17

  • Chapter 1: The passed pawn
  • Chapter 2: The protected passed pawn
  • Chapter 3: Blockading a passed pawn
  • Chapter 4: A pawn wedge in the enemy camp
  • Chapter 5: Queening pawns
  • Chapter 6: Blockading the pawn chain
  • Chapter 7: Breaking up a pawn chain
  • Chapter 8: Backward pawns
  • Chapter 9: Doubled pawns
  • Chapter 10: Isolated pawns
  • Chapter 11: Connected pawns
  • Chapter 12: Hanging pawns
  • Chapter 13: A pawn majority/minority in a certain area of the board . The Minority Attack
  • Chapter 14: Weakening the opponent’s pawn structure
  • Chapter 15: Pawn breaks
  • Chapter 16: Destroying the enemy pawn centre
  • Chapter 17: A blow at the most heavily-defended point
  • Chapter 18: The solidity of the king’s cover
  • Chapter 19: The attack with the rook’s pawn
  • Chapter 20: Destroying the king’s pawn cover

Part II – Dynamics ..........................................141

  • Chapter 21: Open attack
  • Chapter 22: Discovered check and discovered attacks
  • Chapter 23: Transferring forces
  • Chapter 24: Opening lines
  • Chapter 25: The pin
  • Chapter 26: The fork
  • Chapter 27: The double attack
  • Chapter 28: Interference
  • Chapter 29: Deflection
  • Chapter 30: Overloading pieces
  • Chapter 31: The seesaw
  • Chapter 32: The ‘Lasker Combination’
  • Chapter 33: Smothered mate
  • Chapter 34: Trapping pieces
  • Chapter 35: Back-rank weakness
  • Chapter 36: The sacrifice on h7 (h2)
  • Chapter 37: The attack on f7 (f2)
  • Chapter 38: Blockading
  • Chapter 39: The importance of the seventh rank
  • Chapter 40: The attack on the uncastled king
  • Chapter 41: The attack on the king
  • Chapter 42: Drawing out the king
  • Chapter 43: The king in a mating net
  • Chapter 44: The attack on opposite flanks/opposite-side castling
  • Chapter 45: Bringing unused pieces into the attack
  • Chapter 46: Eliminating defenders
  • Chapter 47: Exploiting diagonals
  • Chapter 48: Intermediate moves
  • Chapter 49: Luring enemy pieces to bad squares
  • Chapter 50: Freeing squares and lines for the attack
  • Chapter 51: Unstable position of pieces, X-rays
  • Chapter 52: Quiet moves/prophylaxis in the middle of an attack
  • Chapter 53: The counterattack
  • Chapter 54: The counterblow
  • Chapter 55: Unexpected possibilities . ‘Long’ moves
  • Chapter 56: The intuitive sacrifice
  • Chapter 57: The positional sacrifice
  • Chapter 58: Positions with non-standard material balance

Index of games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 360

Detaljert info
Antall sider 368
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Undertittel Middlegame Structures and Dynamics
Type Bok
Språk Engelsk

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