Gambit Publications; Steve Giddins, 50 Ways to Win at Chess

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Gambit Publications; Steve Giddins, 50 Ways to Win at Chess

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In a sequel to the hugely successful 50 Essential Chess Lessons, Steve Giddins now presents 50 games that each illustrate an important winning method. This engaging and highly readable book is a painless way to build your personal arsenal of techniques and ideas.

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The games are mostly from the modern era, but with a few classic examples chosen to show key themes in as clear a way as possible. In these cases, the defender may have never seen the critical idea before, and fails to react appropriately. We then move on to more complex examples where the attacker needs to overcome stiffer resistance. Giddins repeatedly shows that despite the tactical complexity of many of these battles, the fundamental concepts can be grasped by all chess-players, and will help them navigate through apparently intimidating terrain.

The many topics include: 
* Attacking weak colour complexes 
* The principle of two weaknesses 
* Choosing the right exchanges 
* Devastating opening preparation 
* Manoeuvring in 'restraint' structures 
* Handling must-win situations

Steve Giddins is a FIDE Master from England who has frequently contributed to the British Chess Magazine. He has gained a reputation as a writer who provides useful, no-nonsense advice on topics of genuine practical importance, drawing especially upon his familiarity with Russian chess literature and training methods. This is his fifth book for Gambit.

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Zustand NEU
Produktart Schachbuch
Seitenzahl 176 pages, kartoniert
EAN 9781904600855
ISBN 978-1-904600-85-5
Maße (Länge x Breite) Nein
Gewicht in g 329 g
Sprache Englisch
Autor/en Steve Giddins
Herausgegeben 2007
Verlag GAMBIT
Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage
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