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How to Access a Position and Create a Plan - 2

An IM Step by Step Guide (FS 186)

CD/DVD-Box, Chess on DVD, 2018.

Aus der Reihe »Foxy Series«

19,95 €
inkl. 19% MwSt., zzgl. Versandkosten

An IM Step by Step Guide

On How to Access Any Position & Create a Plan (For The Tournament Player) Part 2:

The development of middle game skills is an important part of the chess improvement process. If you can look at a position, any position and assess it correctly, the chances are you will find a good move and plan and be able to advance towards victory.

Soon this all-new Foxy video, this is exactly what IM and FIDE Senior Trainer Andrew Martin will try to help you to achieve.

A wide range of middle game topics is covered, using games from the present day, many even from 2018.You are invited in all cases to find a plan and assess the position at critical moments during these games.

This is a DVD where if you put the work in, you will get a lot out of it. Or take a more relaxed approach and just enjoy a fine selection of master games, easily and masterfully explained.

  • 2 hours 48 Minutes

  • Opposite side Castling

  • Sacrificing to open enemy King

  • Pawn Storming

  • Clashing Plans

  • Short and Long Turn Planning

  • When to stop your opponents counter play before proceeding with your plan

  • Open Files looking for Targets and counter play

  • Benefits of Space - Better choices of plans, better piece placement, and Better Opportunity to launch Tactics

Sprache Englisch
Autor Martin, Andrew
Verlag Chess on DVD
Reihe Foxy Series
Medium Buch
Gewicht 100 g
Breite 13 cm
Höhe 19 cm
Erscheinungsjahr 2018
Einband CD/DVD-Box

How to Access a Position and Create a Plan - 2