The Chess Player's Battle Manual
Working on the theory that within every player there is a better player waiting to be unleashed, this renowned chess teacher uses examples from his teaching practice to reveal the key elements in the makeup of strong players. He then shows players how to acquire these skills by examining how games are won and lost and how results can be improved with common sense and practical measures.
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Anatoly Karpov attacking chances axb3 better Black played Black's king Black's pieces Bronstein bxc3 bxc5 Caro-Kann Defence castling centre chess club level club players counterplay cxb5 cxd5 d-pawn d4 cxd4 dark-squared bishop Defence develop draw dxc4 dxc5 dxe4 dxe5 dxe6 endgame exchange exd4 exd5 exf5 exf6 extra pawn fianchetto following diagram following game fxe4 fxe5 fxe6 Gambit Gausdal gives White Grandmaster gxf4 gxf5 gxf6 hanging pawns hxg4 hxg5 idea isolated pawn Jonathan Speelman Kasparov King's Gambit King's Indian kingside look mate middlegame move Nigel Short opening opponent passed pawn pawn structure Petrosian posi problem queen Queen's Indian Defence queenside queenside pawns rook sacrifice Sicilian Sicilian Defence squares strong Summary and Tips Sxe6 things threat Threatening time-trouble tion tournament Trompovsky type of position variation weak White plays White to play White's king Wxd5 Wxd6 Wxe5 zugzwang