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Botvinnik's Complete Games (1942 - 1956)

And Selected Writings (Part2)

368 Seiten, gebunden, Caissa 90-Olomouc, 1. Auflage 2012

35,95 €
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Translator's note:

Mikhail Botvinnik's Analiticheskie i kriticheskie raboty [Analytical and critical works] were originally published in four volumes between 1984 and 1987. The first three volumes covered his best games, and an English translation of these has already been published by Moravian Chess (Botvinnik's Best Games Volumes 1, 2 and 3).

The fourth volume contained the author's collected writings, and for the present English publication this material has been divided among three books, of which this is the second. These books will also include all Botvinnik's known games (apart from the 381 already published in the Best Games series), with annotations by Botvinnik where available.

The resulting six-volume series will therefore present a complete collection of Botvinnik's own game annotations and the best of his chess writings.

To avoid encumbering the text, other translator's notes are given at the back of the book.

Weitere Informationen
Gewicht 620 g
Hersteller Caissa 90-Olomouc
Breite 15 cm
Höhe 21 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2012
Autor Michail Botwinnik
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-13 978-8071896265
Seiten 368
Einband gebunden

006 Translator's Foreword

007 Tournaments and Matches

008 My achievements and failures

011 How I fought for the USSR Championship

015 A difficult test

017 After the 2nd Moscow International Toumament

018 The technique of positional play

022 For the Absolute Championship ofthe Country

026 The first match with Smyslov

032 An ex-champion's opinion

032 The 1958 return match

036 Why did I lose the match?

039 Travel Notes

039 The 'tournament of nations' in Amsterdam

044 English chess and other matters

056 A week in New York

061 On Various Topics

063 Chess in Dneprostroi

064 Distance is no barrier

066 The technique of conducting radio matches

069 The chess play ofP. G. Bol

070 Cosmos - Earth - Central Chess Club

070 Letter to the editor

071 Play by correspondence

072 A chess school

073 A few words about the role of arbiters

073 What is happening in the chess world?

076 On the right path

077 To the British reader

078 The computer and chess

078 Ancient traditions

080 Chess Cybernetics

082 People and machines at the chess board

087 Championship of electronic chess players

089 Chess and computers

089 'Pioneer' prepares for the championship

093 About the artificial chess master

095 Why did the idea of artificial intelligence arise?

096 Chess and the taking of decisions

101 By the 'Ladybird' method

106 About chess players and computers

108 Why does the computer play chess?

110 The game of chess - the past, present and future

113 Greco' s role in the development of chess

116 Analyses

117 A new word in the Caro-Kann

119 Shou1d Capab1anca have lost?

120 Convincing revenge

125 From Chigorin's heritage

129 The awarding of special prizes

131 A new grandmaster

133 Rook endings with f- and h-pawns

147 Best games of the Championship

150 The endgame can be won

151 Victory for the Cuban

153 Tenacious defence

155 A dynamic game

157 The history of an opening

165 Composition

166 New chess literature

167 Games and studies

170 Confusion in composition

173 About Barulin' s artic1e

174 Three studies

177 A great study composer

178 Preface by an amateur

181 'Union-50'

184 Work of an artist

187 A word about two study composers

190 A new book by Nadareishvi1i

190 Studies

207 Collected Games 1943-1956

360 Translator's Notes

364 Index of Opponents

365 Index of Other Players

366 Index of Openings

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