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The Art of Planning in Chess
Titel: The Art of Planning in Chess
Auteur: Mc Donald
Uitgever: Batsford Chess
Jaartal: 2006
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's:   256
Verkoopprijs:   Ä 12.50
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A follow-up to Neil McDonald's incredibly successful Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking (ISBN 0713488948), this insightful book takes a close look at some of the most outstanding games from the last 6 years, commenting on every single move as the game unfolds. This time, however, the emphasis is on planning, and how the players plan their strategy many moves ahead.

The author's detailed approach gives you a rare opportunity to really get to the nitty-gritty of what goes through grandmasters' minds as they play. To avoid unnecessary repetition, the opening moves of each game are discussed more lightly - real discussion begins around the 10th move, which is where the planning stage really kicks in.


Neil McDonald is an International Grandmaster and a prolific chess author and trainer. Previous Batsford titles include Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking (ISBN 0713488948), The Sicilian Bb5 Revealed (ISBN 0713489804) and The Benko Gambit Revealed (ISBN 0713488689).

List of Content

005 Introduction

011 Chapter 1 Ferocious files

046 Chapter 2 Dangerous diagonals

077 Chapter 3 Wearing down a weakness

112 Chapter 4 Surging through the centre

150 Chapter 5 Pawns and goat pegs

185 Chapter 6 Horrible holes

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