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Winning Chess Manoeuvres

Strategic Ideas the Masters Never Fail to Win
Nivå C-D
Utgivelsesdato Mai 2015
Pris 295 NOK
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En elegant og litt krevende bok med mange viktige og fine strategiske ideer som store spillere har i arsenalet sitt, viser stormester Guliev. Han gir også noen treningsoppgaver han synes er viktige, ikke alltid etter hovedtemaene i boka.

Kapitlene i boka viser eller antyder et spennende innhold, som er mest aktuelt som læring og trening for spillere med ratingstyrke fra omlag 12-1300 og langt oppover:

  • Chapter 1 The Janowski Incident or Grief out of Wit

  • Chapter 2 Non-Routine Exchanges

  • Chapter 3 Connecting the Endgame with the Opening

  • Chapter 4 The Battle of the Major Pieces

  • Chapter 5 Dances with the Knights

  • Chapter 6 The Shuttle Manoeuvre

  • Chapter 7 Positional Sacrifices (Part One)

  • Chapter 8 Positional Sacrifices (Part Two)

  • Chapter 9 Standing on the Shoulders of the Classics

  • Chapter 10 Fancy some Solving?

  • Chapter 11 The Pawn Prod

  • Chapter 12 Doubled Pawns are Cool!

  • Chapter 13 Alekhine’s Nail

  • Chapter 14 Attack and Counterattack with a Closed Centre

  • Chapter 15 g2-g4, and White wins

  • Chapter 16 h2-h4, and White wins

  • Chapter 17 Overcoming the Blockade

  • Chapter 18 With the Mirror’s Help

  • Chapter 19 Fischer’s Hedgehog and Morphy’s Needles

  • Chapter 20 March of the Tank Columns

  • Chapter 21 The Dialectics of Weakness

  • Chapter 22 Structure and Plan

  • Chapter 23 Torture to any Taste

  • Chapter 24 Indirect Borrowings

  • Afterword From Ecclesiastes to Eliskases

Forlagets omtale:

When a chess master finds a winning strategic idea it is seldom by accident.

An amateur, staring at a position on the chess board is often fumbling in the dark, his head spinning with a multitude of general rules and vague notions. The master’s approach is concrete. He knows how and where to look, because he has studied the games of other masters.

In this book, grandmaster Sarhan Guliev presents a wide range of strategic manoeuvres that have been repeatedly employed by great chess players. He shows how masters generate ideas from the games of other masters:

-- positional sacrifices -- amazing counterplay concepts, -- unorthodox exchanges -- winning with g2 – g4 or h2-h4 -- overcoming a blockade -- the advantages of double pawns -- the e5 pawn wedge -- the uses of the queen-bishop battery -- and much more.

Winning Chess Manoeuvres is brimming with interesting and instructive stories about the chess greats, and written in an accessible and entertaining style.

After studying this book, ambitious chess players will find winning strategic manoeuvres quicker and more often. They will not find them by accident or by relying on general principles, but because they have built up a large stockpile of highly practical ideas.

International Grandmaster and FIDE Senior Coach Sarhan Guliev won the championship of Azerbaijan three times. He is a highly experienced chess teacher, coach and writer.

Detaljert info
Innbundet? Nei
Type Bok
Språk Engelsk
Antall sider 238