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By Steve Giddins

ISBN-10: 1904600859

ISBN-13: 9781904600855

In a sequel to the highly profitable 50 crucial Chess classes, Steve Giddins now offers 50 video games that every illustrate an incredible profitable technique. This attractive and hugely readable booklet is a painless method to construct your individual arsenal of strategies and concepts. The video games are as a rule from the fashionable period, yet with a couple of vintage examples selected to teach key topics in as transparent a fashion as attainable. In those instances, the defender could have by no means noticeable the severe suggestion earlier than, and fails to react effectively. We then movement directly to extra advanced examples the place the attacker must conquer stiffer resistance. Giddins many times indicates that regardless of the tactical complexity of a lot of those battles, the basic ideas might be grasped via all chess-players, and should aid them navigate via it seems that intimidating terrain. the numerous issues comprise: * Attacking vulnerable color complexes * the main of 2 weaknesses * selecting the best exchanges * Devastating establishing practise * Manoeuvring in 'restraint' buildings * dealing with must-win occasions

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