Schnider: Instructive games for children and young people

Schnider: Instructive games for children and young people

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Autor: Schnider, Gert
Verlag: Beyer
Erscheinungsjahr: 2022
Sprache: German
Buchumschlag: book
Seiten: 232

Instructive Children's and Youth Games is a collection of games from children's and youth chess. The author has restricted himself exclusively to material from the area of ​​'open games', i.e. games that begin with the moves 1.e4 e5. Of course, there are no perfect games at the highest level to be seen here, just those in which the reader can identify with himself.
Typical mistakes and failed plans are shown, which often occur in games played by learners. By studying these games, the reader can avoid many setbacks in his own games. In addition, he can use the numerous exercises contained in this book to improve his tactical skills, learn exciting attacking ideas and strive for a general improvement in his playing strength, which enables him to leave the mistakes to others.
The games are arranged according to openings and each chapter contains examples from players of different skill levels. The reader can therefore see how the handling of the various variations improves with increasing skill level. Not only is the reader given the opportunity to study the various positional problems and decisive combinations in depth, but they are also encouraged to do so. At the end of each game there are succinct reminders to help them remember the most important things discussed. In conjunction with the concepts listed at the end of each chapter, this offers many pointers for safe orientation in your own games.
In addition, there are some of the most successful opening ideas and various clever approaches with which the author's students have won many medals and titles at national and international children's and youth championships. The reader can use these himself, or he can parry the play of opponents who try to use these ideas and approaches against him. Some games played by stronger youth players and also a few played by the author himself give an impression of what still works at a higher level of play - or what can be refuted by strong players under certain circumstances.
The author holds the title of 'International Master' and is a state-certified and renowned chess trainer who has been coaching and training some of Austria's best youth players for more than 20 years.
232 pages, paperback, 1st edition 2022