Analyse to Win

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Batsford, 1997 - Games - 144 pages
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Inspired by Alexander Kotov's Think Like a Grandmaster, chess columnist and international master Byron Jacobs has created a system that trains players to think methodically in typical over-the-board situations. He focuses specifically on helping them to analyze accurately and make sense of complex positions--precisely those aspects of chess where games are won or lost.

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About the author (1997)

Jonathan Tait is a former British correspondence champion and editor of the quarterly magazine Correspondence Chess . He is well known for his analytical articles of many tactical opening systems. International master Byron Jacobs is a highly experienced chess author and journalist

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