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Grandmaster John Nunn describes tips to enhance your chess effects by means of taking advantage of your latest expertise. in keeping with over 3 many years of top-level event, he presents sensible suggestion on all levels of the sport, paying specific consciousness to considering tools and customary error. a piece on utilizing the pc describes the right way to use taking part in engines and databases for establishing coaching.
John Nunn provides 250 not easy endgame positions the place your job is to discover a crafty solution to win or draw. The 250 reviews chosen symbolize many of the most interesting creations of composers similar to Kasparian, Troitsky, Mitrofanov, Chéron, Pervakov and Réti. whereas the focal point during this publication is on strategies, readers also will advance a better knowing of many vital endgame themes, akin to fortresses, stalemate defences, the competition and zugzwang.
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Understanding Chess Middlegames by John Nunn