Kostjew: Chess book for the masters of the day after tomorrow

Kostjew: Chess book for the masters of the day after tomorrow

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Autor: Kostiev, Alexander
Verlag: Beyer
Erscheinungsjahr: 2016
Sprache: German
Buchumschlag: book
Seiten: 172

The book is a teaching and training tool and contains 35 lessons on topics such as king attacks, center treatment, position evaluation and goal-oriented planning, as well as the basic principles of the endgame. It also offers an insight into the history of chess from the beginning to the 1980s. The work is ideal for self-study by intermediate players, but is also suitable as a textbook for advanced chess lessons.

Alexander Kostjew was the head of the chess school at the Moscow Palace of Pioneers for a long time and can therefore be considered an expert when it comes to providing insights into the functioning of the legendary Soviet chess school. He will not reveal any secret recipes for success, because there were none. Instead, he will reveal an effective and targeted system and a consistent and comprehensive search for talent. This was the only way to achieve such a dominant position in chess that the rest of the world could be challenged to a competition - and defeated almost effortlessly.

The "Chess Book for Masters of the Day After Tomorrow" is recommended for beginners, club players, recreational players, and also for chess teachers and trainers. In addition to general information about the game of chess and its history, it offers readers important excerpts from the spectrum of what they should learn to master in order to play successfully.

172 pages, hardcover, 2016