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Ideas Behind the Modern Chess Openings book

Ideas Behind the Modern Chess Openings book

Ideas Behind the Modern Chess Openings. Gary Lane

Ideas Behind the Modern Chess Openings


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ISBN: 0713487127,9780713487121 | 178 pages | 5 Mb


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Ideas Behind the Modern Chess Openings Gary Lane
Publisher: B.T. Batsford




He adds ideas that are new to me and reminds me of some ideas I forgot. To understand the similarities and differences between human chess players and modern computer engines, one can assume (which is a fair assumption, close to reality) that a modern chess computer/engine resembles a human chess player who has all of the following characteristics: highly disciplined (i.e. The popularity of the The idea behind white's move is to secure a small spatial advantage. I also experimented with the French Defense. Q: So if it's a money issue, I still don't get the money making idea behind 6 pieces left on the board in the Nalimov tablebases. Download Free eBook:Ideas Behind the Chess Openings: Algebraic Edition - Free chm, pdf ebooks rapidshare download, ebook torrents bittorrent download. One month ago “The Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: A Modern Guide to a Fascinating Chess Opening” book by Christoph Scheerer was released. This hyper-modern opening was invented by the former World Chess Champion Alexander Alekhine in 1921. The idea is, when playing with players of similar strength, the game is usually decided in the End Game (and sometimes the Middle Game). Niccolo Machiavelli, who wrote "The Prince" (which in modern times can be translated as "The Leader"), clearly pointed out: "The neglect of the art of war is the main cause for the loss of the prince's state, while a proficiency in it often enable a prince Likewise, chessplayers should study the games of the masters, scrutinize their brilliant methods of attacks and defenses, and analyze the ideas behind each chess opening repertoire to improve their games. But my problem is that against tougher opponents, I usually In my first season (2010/2011) at the Kingston Chess Club, I tried to avoid theory by playing less theoretical openings, like the English Opening, the Polish Opening, the Modern Defense, and the Nimzovich Larsen Attack. Book reviews: Secrets of Modern Chess Strategy and Dynamic Chess Strategy We augment the principles with thematic ideas from the openings we play, like the exchange sacrifice on c3 in the open Sicilian.

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