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By Per Ostman

ISBN-10: 1857446607

ISBN-13: 9781857446609

I glance one stream ahead...the best!A", Siegbert Tarrasch Chess is a superbly wealthy and complicated video game, yet eventually the target could be easily outlined as discovering the simplest flow, time after time. while you're capable of do that, you are going to win your video games. besides the fact that, the million buck query is: how will we supply ourselves the superior likelihood of doing so? in line with Ostman is confident that there are 3 key parts that we require: in the beginning, a based move-by-move considering approach; moment, the specified talents to execute this technique; and eventually, conventional chess wisdom we will be able to construct upon. Ostman examines those 3 very important development blocks which shape the root of what we have to grasp. He describes intimately a transparent considering technique he has constructed over numerous years as a chess instructor, a approach to steer us in our final seek to discover the simplest stream. *Improve your chess by means of dependent circulation choice *Numerous examples to demonstrate transparent pondering approaches *Covers calculation, making plans and attacking talents *Includes starting, middlegame and endgame play

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16 ... illc3?! Not the strongest continuation and one which also appears to be the root cause of his difficulties. Azmaiparashvili subsequently showed that 16 ... 'li'xd2! ilLxd2 l::ifc8! tt:Jd4 ity. For example: Other continuations don't equalise: Evgeny Bareev and Ilya Levitov 43 A) 17 .. /t:le5? tb6! d1+-; B) 17 ... te5) 22 ... tb5:t. bd4 Leading to a position with opposite-coloured bishops, in which White's advantage lies not only in the extra pawn but also in the possibility of attacking the key point in such positions - the f7 -square.

J::ic1 l::ixcl+ 22 . ilLg7 (16 ... fc8? 'li'f4 4:le5 or 22 ... l::ixe7! 'li'f6+-; 16 ... 'li'xd2!? ilLxh6 (17 ... 'li'xd2 Hyderabad 2002. 'li'xh6 4:ld4 1 7 ... 'li'gs 'li'd8!? f4) 18 ... J::ic1 'li'hS (16 ... J::ifb1 fS (20 ... J::ixb2 J::id8oo) 22 ... J::ic8. f4!? 'li'xe3 l::iab8 1HWc1! ilLds 4:lb4 1 7. 'li' c2 is inferior because of 1 7 ... l::iac8! \t>g2 4:lc2oo. ilLb6 'li'a3-=) 18 ... 'li'd1 gS (20 ... J::ixc7? loses to 23 ... 'li'd6 Black gives perpetual check with 23 ... 'li'g4+) 22 ... =.

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