Strategic Chess Exercises: Find the Right Way to Outplay Your Opponent

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Strategic Chess Exercises: Find the Right Way to Outplay Your Opponent
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Verfügbarkeit: Lieferbar

Publication date: April 15, 2018

Books on chess exercises are usually about tactics. But in most of the positions that you think about during a game, there is no tactical solution. What you are doing most of the time is trying to find a way to improve your position or weaken your opponent's, by applying strategic rules.

Experienced chess trainer Emmanuel Bricard has created a practical exercise manual with carefully selected and tested training positions that teach you how to develop the right plan.

This book is for you if you want to:

~ know what to do if there is no tactical solution

~ improve your understanding of chess strategy

~ learn how to apply strategic principles in concrete positions

~ gain time on the clock by having to calculate fewer variations

~ learn how to accumulate advantages in various types of positions

~ be inspired by great examples of strategy.

The level of difficulty of the exercises varies as this manual is intended for a wide range of club players. The majority of the exercises are middlegame positions, but additionally there is a large section of endgame tests as well. After working with Strategic Chess Exercises you will spend less time on finding better plans, and outplay your opponents more often !

Lieferzeit: 2-3 Tage



Emmanuel Bricard is an International Grandmaster and a former Champion of France. He has been a successful chess trainer for more than fifteen years.

Bibliographische Angaben

Bibliographische Angaben

Produktart Schachbuch
Seitenzahl 224 pages softcover
EAN 9789056917609
ISBN 978-90-5691-760-9
Maße (Länge x Breite) Nein
Gewicht in g 419
Sprache Deutsch
Autor/en Emmanuel Bricard
Herausgegeben 2018 - Publication date: April 15, 2018
Verlag New In Chess
Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage


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