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Ajedrez esencial. Curso de táctica
  • Ajedrez esencial. Curso de táctica
  • Ajedrez esencial. Curso de táctica
  • Ajedrez esencial. Curso de táctica

Ajedrez esencial. Curso de táctica

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This work clearly and completely exposes the different tactical weapons that anyone who wants to progress in chess has to master.

174 new exercises and 234 pages.

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2020 edition.

174 new exercises and 234 pages.

This work clearly and completely exposes the different tactical weapons that anyone who wants to progress in chess has to master.

The calculation of variants needs to be oriented towards a suitable objective, and for this it is essential to know and become familiar with the typical patterns that give rise to combinations. It has been shown that the study and resolution of teaching positions classified by themes is an excellent way of learning.

We will start by addressing basic tactics, such as double attack, dunk and open attack, to continue with more complex but important issues such as elimination of defense, obstruction, blocking, crowning of the pawn or the drowned. And we will finish studying the different mate models.

This "Tactics Course" contains dozens of didactic positions, drawn from real games, first presenting the ideas in their simplest version to go deeper into more complex situations.

It is a practical book, and for that reason each chapter includes a good number of exercises. Thus, it is an excellent tool also for monitors, and it is especially aimed at fans of any level who want to master this crucial facet of the game of chess: tactics.

9788469722558

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Language
Spanish
Editorial
Edami
Autor
Illescas, Miguel
Format
17 x 23,5 cm.
Binding
Paperback
Pages
160
Edition
2020
ISBN
978-84-6972255-8
EAN-13
9788469722558
Thematic
Problems
Year of publication
2017