Gambit Publications: Zenon Franco, The Art of Attacking Chess

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Gambit Publications: Zenon Franco, The Art of Attacking Chess

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All chess-players love to play a smooth attacking game, flowing from start to finish, and sprinkled with spectacular ideas and sacrifices. However, few can do so regularly, and for most players, their collection of brilliancies missed far outweighs their creative successes.


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Innate talent plays an important role, but many of the skills needed for attacking chess can be learnt by study and practice. Here, one of the world's most experienced annotators has selected 33 superb examples, and explained them in a way that strips away the mystery. We see how the decision to attack is made, and which positional factors led to that decision being justified. We observe either a gradual build-up, or a lightning-fast storm, and understand why one approach or the other was necessary. Finally, we witness the final execution of the tactical blows.

To check that we have truly grasped the ideas, Franco presents us with plentiful exercises, where it is we who have to perform the heroics.

Zenon Franco is a grandmaster from Paraguay who now lives in Spain. He is an experienced chess trainer, his most notable former pupil being Paco Vallejo, now one of the world's top grandmasters.

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Zustand NEU
Produktart Schachbuch
Seitenzahl 256 pages, softcover
EAN 9781904600978
ISBN 978-1-904600-97-8
Maße (Länge x Breite) Nein
Gewicht in g 480 g
Sprache Englisch
Autor/en Zenon Franco
Herausgegeben 2008
Verlag GAMBIT
Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage
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