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Art.-Nr.: LXYUSRAE1

Revision and Exam - 1

The Fundamentals

207 Seiten, kartoniert, Quality, 1. Auflage 2016.

23,99 €
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Übersetzung des deutschen Titels Tigersprung auf DWZ 1500 - Übungsbuch (Art.-Nr. LXJUSTADWZ1500U)

Revision & Exam 1 – The Fundamentals is the essential companion to Artur Yusupov’s award-winning Fundamentals series. Containing 432 exercises, Revision & Exam 1 offers the perfect way to test your understanding of the material covered in the series.

Whether as a refresher course on the topics in the series, or simply as a brand-new collection of instructive test positions, this book is indispensable for any ambitious and improving chess player.

Artur Yusupov was ranked third in the world from 1986 to 1992, just behind the legendary World Champions Karpov and Kasparov. He has won everything there is to win in chess except for the World Championship. In recent years he has mainly worked as a chess trainer with players ranging from World Champion Anand to local amateurs in Germany, where he resides.

Details

Sprache Englisch
Autor Jussupow, Artur
Verlag Quality
Auflage 1.
Medium Buch
Gewicht 360 g
Breite 17 cm
Höhe 24 cm
Seiten 207
ISBN-13 978-1784830212
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Einband kartoniert

Inhalte

006 Key to symbols used

007 Introduction

009 Part I

011 1. Mating motifs (tactics)

013 2. Mating motifs 2 (tactics)

016 3. Basic opening principles (opening)

020 4. Simple pawn endings (endgame)

023 5. Double check (tactics)

025 6. The value of the pieces (positional play)

029 7. The discovered attack (tactics)

031 8. Centralizing the pieces (strategy)

035 9. Mate in two moves (calculating variations)

037 10. The opposition (endgame)

040 11. The pin (tactics)

043 12. The double attack (tactics)

045 13. Realizing a material advantage (positional play)

047 14. Open files and outposts (strategy)

049 15. Combinations (tactics)

051 16. Queen againt pawn (endgame)

054 17. Stalemate motifs (tactics)

057 18. Forced variations (calculating variations)

059 19. Combinations involving promotion (tactics)

061 20. Weak points (positional play)

063 21. Pawn combinations (tactics)

065 22. The wrong bishop (endgame)

067 23. Smothered mate (tactics)

069 24. Gambits (opening)

073 Part II

075 1. The windmill (tactics)

077 2. Pawn weaknesses (strategy)

081 3. Back rank combinations (tactics)

083 4. Exploiting weaknesses (positional play)

086 5. The 7th rank (tactics)

091 6. Fortresses (endgame)

093 7. The pawn wedge (tactics)

095 8. Opening traps (opening)

097 9. The use of traps (calculating variations)

099 10. Stalemate combinations (tactics)

101 11. The semi-open file (strategy)

104 12. Mate with bishop and knight (endgame)

107 13. Combinations involving files (tactics)

109 14. Outposts (positional play)

111 15. Combinations involving diagonals (tactics)

113 16. Elementary endgames (endgame)

115 17. Combinations with knights (tactics)

117 18. The principles behind mobilization (opening)

121 19. Perpetual check (tactics)

123 20. Mate in two moves 2 (calculating variations)

125 21. Combinations with the major pieces (tactics)

127 22. Coordination of the pieces (positional play)

131 23. Combinations with knights 2 (tactics)

133 24. Zugzwang (endgame)

135 Part III

137 1. Combinations involving bishops (tactics)

139 2. Diagonals (strategy)

142 3. Queen sacrifices (tactics)

145 4. Realizing a material advantage in a pawn ending (endgame)

148 5. Realizing a material advantage 2 (positional play)

153 6. Attacking with queen and knight (tactics)

155 7. The open games (opening)

158 8. Attacking with queen and rook (tactics)

161 9. Forced variations 2 (calculating variations)

163 10. Attacking with queen and bishop (tactics)

165 11. Positional advantages (positional play)

169 12. Bishop against pawns (endgame)

171 13. Attacking with queen and pawn (tactics)

173 14. Attacking (strategy)

175 15. Attacking with rook and bishop (tactics)

177 16. Knight against pawn (endgame)

179 17. Attacking with rook and knight (tactics)

181 18. Semi-open games (opening)

185 19. Combinations involving promotion 2 (tactics)

187 20. Mate in three moves (calculating variations)

189 21. Mating nets in the endgame (tactics)

191 22. The passed pawn (positional play)

195 23. Combinations involving files 2 (tactics)

197 24. Queen against rook (endgame)

200 Index of composers

201 Index of games

Extract

Revision and Exam - 1