Chess Tactics For Advanced Players has 20 ratings and 0 reviews. I was thinking about buying a book which focuses more on Tactics, In Averbakh’s Chess Tactics for Advanced Players, he puts forward the. This book has long been on my list of chess books to read, however it’s been out of print for ages and costs a fortune second hand.
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Reset password New user. Chess Averbaku for Advanced Players. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Punit Dodhiya rated it it was amazing Mar 04, The author delves into the question of what lies hidden behind the mysterious concept of harmony of pieces. Software has its place, but generally I prefer books.
Chess Tactics For Advanced Players by Yuri Averbakh
The astonishing simplicity of the answer he finds to ches question enables him to reduce the bulk of the playerd to a handful of basic elements.
All this is explained with the aid of numerous practical examples including complete games and chess problems. Simon Valles rated it really liked it Nov 13, Aref marked it as to-read Apr 03, Time Thief Championship Game eswaff vs thegreatauk eswaff 13 min ago. It is a pretty advanced text.
Books by Chews Averbakh. Trivia About Chess Tactics For I was thinking about buying a book which focuses more on Tactics, “Attack and Defence” by Dvortesky and “Chess Tactics for Advanced Players” seemed to be good, but Chesx don’t know which to start with.
Originally posted by Fat Lady Software has its place, but generally I prefer books. Bunch5 rated it it was amazing Apr 05, Barkha marked it as to-read Sep 16, Bxd3 “and White wins.
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Karl Ouch rated it really liked it Sep 05, Stevev marked it as to-read Feb 26, The Best Books of I have it – I have two copies. Young rated it it was amazing Apr 03, Qg5 “Black wants to protect one of the bishops with the queen. Nurettin marked it as to-read Nov 30, Shashwat Shroff marked it as to-read Jan 26, Brandon added it Jan 05, I have discovered I have developed after working more than a year with CT- Art a blindness to simple attacking moves without checks or captures, or quiet moves threatening something etc.
Originally posted by greenpawn34 I have it – I have two copies.
With instructive examples he proves that double attacks in the broadest sense are the basis of most tactical operations. The book contains special chapters with numerous exercise problems for the reader to test and consolidate his newly-acquired skill.
From this Averbakh derives a convincing definition of the term “combination” and introduces a new, promising system of classifying different combinations.
It’s not even about attack nor defence.
A couple of dozen copies were printed in anticipation of Nigel’s victory over Kasparov!!!!