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Chess Middlegames Essential Knowledge
Titel: Chess Middlegames Essential Knowledge
Auteur: Averbakh Y.
Jaartal: 1996
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's:   112
Verkoopprijs:   Ä 15.00
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007 Introduction
008 01 A Little about Strategy and Tactics
012 02 Elementary Contacts
015 03 Attack and Defence
018 04 Tying and Pinning
022 05 Combined Attack
026 06 Second Wave of the Attack
028 07 Double Attack
028 One piece simultaneously attacks two enemy pieces
030 Two pieces simultaneously attack one enemy piece
032 Two pieces simultaneously attack two enemy pieces
036 08 Reciprocal Double Attack
038 09 Double Blow
042 10 Defence against a Double Blow
046 11 How a Double Blow Arises
053 12 Attack on the King
057 13 Mating Attack Mechanisms
062 14 Combinations and Sacrifices
070 15 Classification of Combinations
073 16 Winning Combinations
073 Combinations against the king
076 Combinations to win material
077 Combinations to promote a pawn
079 17 Drawing Combinations
079 Perpetual check
080 Stalemate
081 Blockade
082 Perpetual pursuit
083 Fortress
085 Drawing balance of forces
087 18 Chess Aesthetics
095 19 Strategy of Attack
095 Attack on the uncastled king
098 Attack on the kingside
103 Attack after castling on opposite sides
107 Attack on the queenside
111 Index of Players and Analysts  

Catalogue text:

In this companion volume to his classic Chess Endings: Essential Knowledge, Grandmaster Averbakh takes the reader through the various steps to success in the middlegame. He explains the tactical skills and positional strategies that every chessplayer needs to master.
Topics covered include:

  • Co-ordinating the pieces
  • Attack and defence
  • Combinations and sacrifices

... and much more
Yuri Averbakh
is a former Soviet champion and world championship candidate. He is also author of the five-volume treatise Comprehensive Chess Endings [...] and the perenially popular Chess Endings: Essential Knowledge.
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