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My System Chess Praxis

Author: Aron Nimzowitsch
Publisher: New In Chess
ISBN: 9056916602
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In My System, he expounded his theories of prophylaxis, blockade and much more, while providing ground-breaking insights in pawn structures. In the sequel Chess Praxis, Nimzowitsch demonstrated how he had successfully tested his theories in his games. Without reading Nimzowitsch your chess education cannot be complete. Perhaps not all of his convictions have stood the test of time, but even today, any chess student will deepen his understanding while enjoying the author’s insights and witticisms. Part of the charm of Nimzowitsch’s prose was his idiosyncratic use of the German language, which has been very carefully preserved in Robert Sherwood’s new translation. Added in this edition are the influential essays The Blockade and On the History of the Chess Revolution 1911-1914.

Chess Praxis

Author: Aron Nimzowitsch
Publisher: Hays Pub
ISBN: 9781880673911
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All the Everyman Chess books are organized in a structured style and are also presented in a series of levels. The styles encompass Openings (O); Games Collections ((G); and Training (T). The levels are arranged as follows: Children [C]; Novice (N); Club (C); and Advanced (A).

Aron Nimzowitsch 1928 1935

Author: Aron Nimzowitsch
Publisher: New In Chess
ISBN: 9056915169
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Aron Nimzowitsch (1886 – 1935) was the most influential chess thinker of the 20th century. His books ‘My System’ (1925) and ‘Chess Praxis’ (1928) had tremendous impact and continue to be printed, sold and read to this day. Every chess player who is serious about improving his game, studies the lessons of this great Russian-born innovator. During several decades of research German chess historian Rudolf Reinhardt compiled, from an immense variety of sources, all the games Nimzowitsch played after 1928. They are presented with notes by Nimzowitsch himself and, in some cases, by his contemporaries. In addition to the games Reinhardt also collected the articles and essays that Nimzowitsch wrote during the last seven years of his life. Reinhardt’s collection offers a unique view of the chess world of the late 1920s and 1930s, its top tournaments and the state of theory. More importantly, it portrays Nimzowitsch the chess player and author in the last seven years of his short life. It is all there: the fights, the competitors and the polemics, all in the incomparable style of the master: pointed, elegant, precise and highly original. The book starts where Nimzowitsch’s second volume Chess Praxis ends. Richard Reinhardt, who died unexpectedly when writing the preface to his monumental collection, did not exaggerate when he called it the unauthorized sequel to the classics Nimzowitsch himself published during his lifetime.

Chess Praxis

Author: Aron Nimzowitsch
Publisher: Quality Chess Uk Llp
ISBN: 9789185779000
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Chess Praxis was Nimzowitschs follow-up to his classic, My System, which introduced Nimzowitschs hypermodern theories about how chess should be played. Chess Praxis shows how these ideas work in practice. Nimzowitsch uses his own most entertaining games to explain how a grandmaster thinks about chess. Readers enjoy many brilliant games while discovering why Nimzowitsch is the most influential author in chess history.

My System

Author: Aron Nimzowitsch
Publisher: Hays Pub
ISBN: 9781880673850
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The landmark positional chess training classic in an easy-to-study algebraic format with 419 diagrams.

Carlsbad International Chess Tournament 1929

Author: Aron Nimzovich
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486439429
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In this account of his victory at the 1929 Carlsbad Tournament, Nimzovich offers a captivating retrospective of his triumph over some of the best of his contemporaries: Capablanca, Spielmann, Bogolyubov, Tartakower, Sämisch, and others. A tart analysis of Carlsbad's 30 best games.

Dynamic Chess Strategy

Author: Mihai Suba
Publisher: New In Chess,Csi
ISBN: 9789056916299
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In the battle of chess ideas, the publication in 1991 of Dynamic Chess Strategy was a defining moment. Before Mihai Suba's exceptional book, chess writers had neglected one of the most important factors of a chess position: its dynamic potential. Suba demonstrated that the traditional concept of 'improving the position' was often static and irrelevant, and that classical strategy, if applied dogmatically, can prevent you from finding the right plan and its subsequent moves. Dynamic Chess Strategy won the 1991 British Chess Federation Book of the Year Award and was hailed as an instant modern classic. Grandmaster Mihai Suba, a former Romanian champion and Senior World Chess Champion, has updated his groundbreaking work and extended it with even more entertaining and witty lessons. The result is a thought-provoking and yet practical guide on chess strategy!

Techniques Of Positional Play

Author: Valeri Bronznik
Publisher: New In Chess
ISBN: 9056914731
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Opening preparation is useful, but understanding the middlegame is much more important. This book, an improved edition of a Russian classic, teaches amateur chess players 45 extremely effective skills in a crystal-clear manner. Quite a few of the ideas presented here will surprise the reader, because they offer solutions for problems the club player is only subconsciously aware. How do you activate your rook pawn? How do you prevent your opponent from opening a file? How do you restrict the efficacy of your opponents pieces? Which rook belongs on the c-, d- or e-file? What is the best way to exchange a piece? How do you castle artificially? In most cases the techniques are easy to understand and memorize. Bronznik and Terekhin do not burden the reader with deep analysis and only present those variations that are really necessary to get the point. There is a special training section at the end of the book where you can test your skills.

The Art Of The Middle Game

Author: Paul Keres
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486140962
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Two great grandmasters combine their talents in a masterly analysis of attack and defense in the middle game: attacking the king, defense, pawn structure, and much more. Introduction by Harry Golombek.