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Chess Logic in Practice

240 Seiten, kartoniert, Gambit, 1. Auflage 2019

22,52 €
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Chess-players understand that it is vital to play logically, but often lack the methods needed to do so. In this book, renowned trainer Erik Kislik presents a wide range of specific concepts that will help them succeed. These include positional techniques, thinking methods, and modes of play to adopt when either better or worse.

Just the list of chapter titles shows how original Kislik’s presentation is. They include:

  • Painfully Slow Moves

  • Focal Points

  • Reciprocal Logic

  • Fighting against Centralized Pieces

  • When Playing a Bad Move Wins a Good Game

  • A Chronically Weak King

Throughout, the discussion is illustrated by a mass of examples from both recent elite chess and the play of Kislik and his students, showing how his themes cut across all levels of chess. After the book’s two main sections – Thinking Concepts and Positional Concepts – comes a section of exercises, again with a strikingly original theme: our task is simply to assess each position.

Erik Kislik is an International Master originally from California who lives in Budapest. He is an expert in computer chess and one of the most in-demand chess trainers on ICC. He has coached many grandmasters and assisted a number of elite players with their opening preparation. His previous book for Gambit, Applying Logic in Chess, has been widely praised.

Weitere Informationen
Gewicht 440 g
Hersteller Gambit
Breite 17,2 cm
Höhe 24,8 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2019
Autor Erik Kislik
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-13 978-1-911465-30-0
Seiten 240
Einband kartoniert

004 Symbols

004 Material Values

005 Foreword by GM Hjörvar Steinn Gretarsson

006 Introduction

007 Part 1: Thinking Concepts

007 1) Progressive Thinking

016 2) Reciprocal Logic

024 3) The Method of Elimination

030 4) Tenacity

039 5) Optical Biases

048 6) Only One Way to Lose

053 7) Only Idea to Play For

059 8) Simplification as a Tool for Equalization

064 9) Overpressing

075 10) When Playing a Bad Move Wins a Good Game

083 11) When You Have to Go for It

089 12) Taking Risks in Bad Positions

092 Part 2: Positional Concepts

092 1) Playing without Weaknesses

105 2) Fighting against Centralized Pieces

121 3) Incorrect Piece Exchanges

131 4) Focal Points

142 5) Provoking Pawn-Weaknesses

150 6) Sliding Moves

155 7) Flank Thrusts

163 8) A Chronically Weak King

175 9) Playing with a Bad Queen

182 10) The Defensive Power of the Queen

184 11) Unlikely Draws

195 12) Painfully Slow Moves

202 13) Manoeuvring in Closed Positions

213 14) Neutral Bad Bishops

216 Part 3: Exercises

216 Exercises

222 Solutions

236 Index of Players

239 Index of Openings