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It has around tactical puzzles from actual Grand Master games, categorized by various themes, like annihilation of defense, discovered attack, pinning, clearance etc.

The Chess Openings Guide. The reader is to move through the Problems, identifying the Threat and Prevention. His positive Preventions are full enough discussions to give readers plain directions on what to anticipate and ways to respond.


A helpful Glossary concludes the volume. The Complete Chess Course. His two most famous books are the two currently under review, with new algebraic editions of these classics just out from Russell Enterprises.

Nov 28, 4. If you want to get better at chess all you should be studying is tactics until you are ELO.

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As you emerge yourself in chess, you’ll definitely look for other chess tactics books available, but still this is a good start. Better Thinking for Better Chess. Com rated it liked it Jul 04, I did about of the problems fres Polgar’s big book in or thereabouts, spending 15 minutes per day.

Jesus de la Villa. See if you have enough points for this item. In Sacrifices and Combinations, the goal is to gain advantage and push toward victory, not necessarily to checkmate the King. I also gained a lot from learning a few dozen thematic checkmate patterns.

Both, however, can be recommended to players rated fromwith Combinatilns Ways to Checkmate skewing slightly to the lower end of that range. So, the object of this book is to add to your knowledge, to make you a strong chessplayer, and last but not least to delight you with some of the most beautiful moves ever played on the chessboard. Easiest are one move shots, suitable for players starting out.


These books were fantastically popular with American players of a certain age, and both titles went through dozens of printings over the years.

Nov 28, 1. Five possible ways to meet a strong tactical threat: Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam. I still think it’s very good though – part of the issue may be that I play almost entirely blitz when I play, so there’s just not enough time to do the deeper calculation that I do when I’m solving Reinfeld problems. Would you like us to take another look at this review? The second step is to study a great many examples of these tactical themes. There’s some overlap, sacrificces I would recommend doing both in tandem rather than sequence.

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