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The Art of Chess Analysis

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207 Seiten, kartoniert, Reprint, Everyman, 2003, original erschienen 1980, Erstauflage 1997

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This is a fully revised edition of grandmaster Jan Timman's classic "The Art of Chess Analysis" and is the third book in the very successful Timman series.

All Grandmasters are able to devote themselves body and soul to actually playing a game of chess, but few indeed are able to do the same when analysing the games of their fellow Grandmasters. Yet it was by this method that Timman, following the teachings of Botvinnik, trained himself to become one of the finest analysts in the world - and why his annotations to this carefully selected collection of games are acknowledged to be of a depth and quality rarely seen in chess literature. Each game is critically dissected, and each claim of a mistake backed up by hard analysis. In striving for perfection Timman seeks to discover the truth of each game; to provide not just a wonderful annotated game, but to present the definitive evaluation behind a top-class struggle between two great minds. This book, long hailed as classic, has been fully revised by Timman for this enlarged new edition.

Dutch Grandmaster Jan Timman has been one of the world's leading players since the mid-1970s. His outstanding tournament record includes victories at Linares, Wijk aan Zee, Amsterdam, Tilburg and numerous other top-class events. He is also an exceptional match player, and has been a permanent fixture in the final stages of the World Championship cycle over the past 10 years.

This is a fully revised edition of grandmaster Jan Timman's classic "The Art of Chess Analysis" and is the third book in the very successful Timman series.

All Grandmasters are able to devote themselves body and soul to actually playing a game of chess, but few indeed are able to do the same when analysing the games of their fellow Grandmasters. Yet it was by this method that Timman, following the teachings of Botvinnik, trained himself to become one of the finest analysts in the world - and why his annotations to this carefully selected collection of games are acknowledged to be of a depth and quality rarely seen in chess literature. Each game is critically dissected, and each claim of a mistake backed up by hard analysis. In striving for perfection Timman seeks to discover the truth of each game; to provide not just a wonderful annotated game, but to present the definitive evaluation behind a top-class struggle between two great minds. This book, long hailed as classic, has been fully revised by Timman for this enlarged new edition.

Dutch Grandmaster Jan Timman has been one of the world's leading players since the mid-1970s. His outstanding tournament record includes victories at Linares, Wijk aan Zee, Amsterdam, Tilburg and numerous other top-class events. He is also an exceptional match player, and has been a permanent fixture in the final stages of the World Championship cycle over the past 10 years.

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Gewicht 300 g
Hersteller Everyman
Breite 14 cm
Höhe 21,5 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2003
Autor Jan Timman
Sprache Englisch
ISBN-10 1857441796
ISBN-13 9781857441796
Jahr der Erstauflage 1997
Jahr der Originalausgabe 1980
Seiten 207
Einband kartoniert

005 Editor's Foreword

006 Preface

009 1 Portisch-Smyslov, 3rd Match Game, Portoroz 1971

013 2 Polugaevsky-Mecking, Mar del Plata 1971

020 3 Gligoric-Portisch, Amsterdam 1971

026 4 Fischer-Larsen, 1st Match Game, Denver 1971

033 5 Taimanov-Stein, Leningrad 1971

038 6 Fischer-Petrosian, 1st Match Game, Buenos Aires 1971

047 7 Fischer-Spassky, 4th Match Game, Reykjavik 1972

056 8 Fischer-Spassky, 10th Match Game, Reykjavik 1972

069 9 Spassky-Fischer, 19th Match Game, Reykjavik 1972

078 10 Bronstein-Ljubojevic, Petropolis 1973

088 11 Karpov-Spassky, 9th Match Game, Leningrad 1974

092 12 Korchnoi-Karpov, 11th Match Game, Moscow 1974

107 13 Gulko-Timman, Sombor 1974

114 14 Gligoric-Portisch, Wijk aan Zee 1975

120 15 Geller-Spassky, Moscow 1975

128 16 Ljubojevic-Andersson, Wijk aan Zee 1976

136 17 Karpov-Timman, Skopje 1976

142 18 Timman-Karpov, Amsterdam 1976

149 19 Spassky-Korchnoi, 4th Match Game, Belgrade 1977

154 20 Korchnoi-Karpov, 21st Match Game, Baguio City 1978

168 21 Kasparov-Polugaevsky, Tbilisi 1978

176 22 Spassky-Timman, Montreal 1979

185 23 Timman-Tseshkovsky, Bled/Portoro2 1979

194 24 Karpov-Hort, Waddinxveen 1979

206 Index of Players

207 Index of Openings

Als "bestes Schachbuch" nannte Jan Timman bei der o.g. Fragebogenaktion nur eines, nämlich sein eigenes Werk Jan Timman analysiert Großmeisterpartien .. Dies zeugt zumindest von einem großen Selbstbewußtsein Timmans. Ob nun das beste oder nicht, auf keinen Fall sollte The Art of Chess Analysis , wie es in der englischen Ausgabe heißt, in Ihrer Schachbibliothek fehlen. Jan Timman analysiert, teilweise sehr tiefgründig, 24 Partien der Weltklasse aus den Jahren 1971 bis 1979, darunter lediglich fünf eigene Partien. Auch für die Leser, die die deutsche Ausgabe von 1979 besitzen, könnte sich ein Neukauf lohnen, da etliche Korrekturen vorgenommen wurden. [...]

Christopher Lutz, Schach 03/98