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My Chess World

616 Seiten, kartoniert, Thinkers Publishing, 1. Auflage 2020

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Nine-time Czech champion David Navara, 35, became a grandmaster in 2002 at the age of sixteen.

Amongst his many achievements are:

1 st= at the Ordix Open rapid tournament in Mainz, Germany, in 2007. World Cup quarterfinalist in 2011. Gold medal winner on 2 nd board at the 2012 Chess Olympiad in Istanbul. Gold medallist with the Nový Bor team at the 2013 European Club Cup in Rhodes, Greece. Winner of the European Blitz Championship in Wroc\'b3aw, Poland, in 2014. Silver medallist in the European Individual Championship in Jerusalem in 2015.

This book is not a pure (auto)biography, rather a games collection. It consists mainly of interesting high-class games played by me, including many losses. Most of the games are preceded by accompanying texts, which vary from essays to tournament reports. The title of the book might seem presumptuous, but I wanted to show how I see or experience the competitions without denying the chess worlds of others. While the texts are mostly light and subjective, at the same time I tried hard to stick to the facts and provide some food for thought.

Weitere Informationen
Gewicht 1,13 kg
Hersteller Thinkers Publishing
Breite 17 cm
Höhe 23,5 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2020
Autor David Navara
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-13 9789492510808
Seiten 616
Einband kartoniert

007 KEY TO SYMBOLS

009 TRANSLATOR’S NOTE

011 PREAMBLE — THE DIFFICULT LIFE OF THE ANNOTATOR

013 LIFE ON SIXTY-FOUR SQUARES — MY CHESS BIOGRAPHY

013 According to reliable sources

013 Born a kangaroo

015 Trainers and clubs

017 For the homeland

018 Gold never loses its lustre

019 Play Magnus

019 Not all titles are the same

019 I’ll get it right sooner or later!

020 Sense and sensibility

020 A gentle warning

023 BLOG PAST ITS SELL-BY DATE

029 The significance of a/the title

043 Not only for me

051 Half (a) moon in Turkey

061 Happy birthday!

085 From beginning to mate

092 My first super-tournament

103 The better game, the worse tournament result?

116 In the labyrinth of variations

127 My interesting life

138 The birth of the Grand Prix

149 A dodgy season

157 Crazy journalists and disreputable chess players

170 Fascination

178 Sea hedgehogs

199 My rapid defeat

205 Logical deductions

225 Off the beaten path

235 Great opening, dodgy ending

246 Reggio Emilia draw rules

258 Relaxation and other consolations

267 An inconspicuous star

280 A level tournament in a level country

294 Winning pens

305 Porridge and ice cream in Barcelona

314 Swans on the top floor

326 Paid holiday

334 Part of the fixtures in Nový Bor

343 And then there were four

355 Unpleasant opponents

363 You learn from your mistakes

383 Riding the wave

394 A miraculous success

409 Women rock the Rock

422 Sport and other problems

431 Eight small losses and one great victory

448 Illiterate notes

460 Country on which the sun never sets

487 From marathon to a sprint, or he who hesitates goes hungry!

496 Magician in Jerusalem, or the External European Championship

506 On Karl Marx and locking a bishop

507 History repeats itself

516 From March rankings to July’s king march

539 A round on each free day

552 Losing pens

567 The whole world over the board

581 Missing the point

593 First lady in Biel

604 The enforcer does the business

619 Sicilian Ostrava

627 CHESS POEMS

628 My Chess World

629 Yesterday

631 A FEW CONCLUDING WORDS

633 AFTERWORD

635 BIBLIOGRAPHY