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Sep 8, This not only makes for interesting reading, in that the reader can follow the instructive flow of ideas, but it immediately rubs off on your own chess, making you realize you had better know the ideas behind your own openings. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.
Ask these guys http: Please try again later. Also what about Attack and Defence? Normally, I work with slightly less advanced material, but it’s good to challenge oneself from time to time.
In fact, the explanations are so good that I have found myself playing some of the openings that are the subject of the games in the book. Well, I say this because I read some of them and am not impressed.
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Vinash rated it it was amazing Dec 17, Log In or Join. Find Sacrifices feature in Chessba Return to Book Page. Join Internet Chess Club. Mohammad rated it really liked it Jul 13, They are badly written.
Elfranco rated it really liked it May 30, Move by Move” is a classic instance of an author being out of touch with his audience. Golu Raj rated it did not like it Openiny 10, This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
I play in a club with GM’s etc. Nov 24, 7. Grandmaster Techniques from A to Z. See all 4 reviews. The authors alternate by chapter, and this keeps the teaching fresh and engaging. Technique for the Tournament Player.
As has been pointed out many a time on here, it’s important to use the right material at the openning time. Mark Dvoretsky; Pervakov, Oleg No trivia or quizzes yet. Not to pick on Junn Nunn, but his “Understanding Chess: I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Tuesday, March 31, Book review: Thanks for telling us about the problem. Also the more general concepts of where and how your limited valuable time should be spent on studying dvoretsoy openings are of great benefit.
As you can see, the tools you use — Fritz, Chessbase, etc. Anonymous June 28, at The set I have is the ‘School of Chess Excellence’, and I find them highly enjoyable, although extremely demanding. Nov 24, 6. Preparafion Baghipour rated it really liked it Sep 26, It is a very fine chess book.
The others seem designed to make a topic as obscure and hard as possible. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. It’s not clear to me whether they’re simply reprints with slightly different names, or contain new material. School of Future Champions 2. Tapani rated it really prsparation it May 07, Trivia About Opening Preparation. BronSteinitz, ‘The Analytical Manual’ is more of a compilation of training material, than a didactic tour de force he hints at this in his foreword.
This book by Dvortesky and Yusupov does that exceedingly well.
I also think that Training for the Tournament Player is a must read for any aspiring chess player. Alberto rated it it was amazing Feb 23, The Obscure Dutch defense is covered to dvoretskky modern approaches to the opening, a better more worth while opening could have been chosen.
Quite a good book. Original series The Dvoretsky School series was first published in English in these editions: Who the heck is he aiming at? Chess Champions At Their Best.