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The Chess Tactics Detection Workbook
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Titel: The Chess Tactics Detection Workbook
Auteur: SchlepŁtz V. & Emms J.
Uitgever: Everyman
Jaartal: 2015
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's:   330
Verkoopprijs:   Ä 20.00
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Experts agree that regularly solving tactical exercises is a vital component of chess training. However, it's also widely acknowledged that there is one drawback of traditional chess puzzles - students know for sure that there is a genuine tactic in the position waiting to be found, whereas during a real game there is no such guarantee!

In this workbook, Volker SchlepŁtz and Grandmaster John Emms offer a unique framework to practise chess tactics independent of themes, difficulty and - most crucially - even the definite existence of an actual tactic in a given position. Analysing carefully selected games, from beginner through to club and tournament level, the reader assumes the role of a tactics detective, searching for mistakes and missed opportunities by both sides without the help of a chess engine. This training method resembles actual over-the-board play far more realistically than solving traditional puzzles, because on each move you won't know whether or not a tactical possibility really exists - you have to work it out, just as you would in a real game! The thinking processes practised during training can then easily be applied during your games.

  • Unique exercises to improve your chess tactics
  • Idea lfor beginner, intermediate and club players
  • Also includes a basic guide to tactical themes

Content

003 About the Authors

005 Introduction

008 Instructions for the Exercises

012 1. Games of players rated 1100-1300 Elo

023 2. Solutions: Games 1-40

116 3. Games of players rated 1301-1500 Elo

127 4. Solutions: Games 41-80

224 5. Games of players rated 1501-1700 Elo

235 6. Solutions: Games 81-120

319 Glossary of Tactical Themes





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