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Fundamental Chess: Logical Decision Making


287 Seiten, kartoniert, Metropolitan, 1. Auflage 2015

27,95 €
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GM Ramesh RB is one of the world’s most successful coaches, having trained many of India’s top talents to become International Master and Grandmasters. Ramesh also impressed in his stellar commentary for the 2013 World Chess Championship match between Magnus Carlsen an Vishwanathan Anand. In his first published book, Ramesh instructs the reader on how to use logical reasoning to guide decision making. Through a combination of thoughtful prose and instructive examples of principled chess play, the reader will develop an intuitive sense for finding the correct path in any position.

Ramesh’s deep coaching experience of young players shines through in his insightful and practical writing.

The book is divided into three parts:

  • Part 1 - Logical Reasoning

  • Part 2 - Practical Chess Play

  • Part 3 - Fundamentals of Chess Training

Weitere Informationen
Gewicht 460 g
Hersteller Metropolitan
Breite 15,2 cm
Höhe 22,8 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Autor RB Ramesh
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-13 978-0985628161
Seiten 287
Einband kartoniert

005 Preface

006 Introduction

009 PART ONE: Logical Reasoning

018 Ch 1 Assessment of the Position

066 Ch 2 The Problem of Choices

091 Ch 3 Choosing Between Active and Passive Defense

104 Ch 4 Exchanging Pieces

123 PART TWO: Practical Chess Play

125 Ch 5 Initiative

144 Ch 6 Converting an Advantage

156 Ch 7 Maintaining Tension

168 Ch 8 Improving the Position of Pieces

208 Ch 9 Playing on Colors

225 Ch 10 Prophylactic Thinking/The Drawback Principle

232 PART THREE: Fundamentals of Chess Training

234 Ch 11 Studying the Opening

247 Ch 12 Tournament Preparation

256 Ch 13 Essential Endgame Principles

265 Ch 14 The Importance of Results and Ratings

270 Ch 15 Self Analysis and Self Control

275 Ch 16 Learning and Unlearning

278 Ch 17 Using Computers

281 Conclusion

284 Index of Games

287 Bibliography