f682aff184 A book is intended for the chess-players of most significant digits, methodists, teachers and trainers and can be useful for self-education". Romanovsky "Middlegame. Bruce Pandolfini You need the DJVU viewer to read and print this ebook. Lipnitsky "Questions of modern chess theory" (RUS, 1956) "In this work we aimed to reflect the modern understanding of row of key questions of general theory of debut and its connection with middlegame. Reti "Modern Ideas In Chess" (ENG, 1920) Dear reader, we are pleased to share with you an old ebook by an outstanding Czech grandmaster Richard Reti (1889 - 1929) titled "Modern Ideas In Chess".
En.ChessOk .. Some endgame books contain thousands of positions but are impenetrable and therefore useless to the average chessplayer. It seems, a book will be useful to the skilled chess-players, and also chess trainers and teachers as a manual". Lipnitsky You need the DJVU viewer to read and print this ebook. This book is directed to develop these skills. Than the supreme effort, the combination, comes to the rescue, not necessarily to win a piece or to bring about mate, but, possibly, merely to effort a breach or to gain the essential tempo which will enable the player to turn the scales in his favour. Korn "The Brilliant Touch in Chess" (ENG, 1966) The popularity of books on combinations among chess players has a deeper reason than mere love of the brilliant, the sensational, the unexpected. Part One, called Pieces in Action, deals with basic mates and confrontations mainly between unlike pieces. Unfortunately, it is not always succeeded to set the authors of electronic versions of the books presented here, therefore will say simply: low for all you bow and thank you for excellent work! .