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Chess book All parts attack vol.2
  • Chess book All parts attack vol.2

All parts attack vol.2

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The second volume of this unique work is based on the games played by Bent Larsen in 1974-1977. At this time Larsen remained among the best players in the world ..

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The second volume of this unique work is based on the games played by Bent Larsen in 1974-1977. At this time Larsen remained among the best players in the world, with impressive victories in tournaments and a very creative game, violating the rules.

Your comments about their games and battles other players scratch again high, with numerous tips in critical middlegame positions.

This self-taught chess, a highly ambitious player who always sought victory and aggressive fighter, rarely trying to avoid risks. Had a rich repertoire openings forgotten or rejected by the official theory, surely now may be revisited by readers. Larsen also specialized in Flank Attacks, and indeed was not afraid to move the pawns Tower. Possibly many modern players took this inheritance of the headings of this great Danish player, one of the best in the world in the golden age of Fischer, Petrosian, Tal, Spassky, Smyslov, Portisch, Korchnoi, Gligoric, Geller and many others.

This scholar Danish chess player resided from 1974 until the late '70s in Spain, in (actively collaborating in the popularization of chess in the Canary Islands) and one year after his death, this second volume comes to honor his legacy and category singular artist with a very complete photo album and a very special chapter of Peter Heine Nielsen Grandmaster, a good friend of Larsen.

9788493764579

Data sheet

Language
Spanish
Editorial
Chessy
Autor
Larsen, Bent
Format
16 x 23,5 cm.
Binding
Paperback, soft cover
Pages
440
Edition
1ª 01 / 2012
ISBN
978-84-937645-7-9
EAN-13
9788493764579
Thematic
middlegame
Year of publication
2012