Great book Mark Dvoretsky, who is considered the best coach in the world.
This great work of which is unanimously considered the best coach in the world, Mark Dvoretsky, reminds us of the importance of thinking not only in our projects or plans, but also in the rival. We often forget that our opponent tries to confront your threats and stop them, and at the same time, implement the conditions in the fight. This is a typical mistake of chess competition.
The book consists of four chapters, quite linked together, with the aim that the reader not only think of themselves but also in the plans of the enemy. The four chapters "Attention to the resources of the adversary", "The method of exclusion," "Pitfalls" and "Preventive thinking" offer many exercises in this regard, both related to the tactic as positional phase, although both are interrelated. Each chapter starts with a theoretical introduction and very well explained examples.
In the solutions of the exercises the author explains in detail the nuances of each position subject to analysis. "I intend to delve into aspects that the authors of books tend to ignore. In this new work I have tried to reproduce how the logic of seeking a decision is" Mark Dvoretsky.
As the author acknowledges in the foreword, most of the examples in this book do not appear in other books. For many years, there have in Castilian of a work of this tireless coach, who worked at the time with Kasparov, Anand, Topalov, Bareev and Yusupov, among other great masters of the first rank.
- Editorial Chessy
- Autor Dvoretsky, Mark
- Format 16 x 23,5 cm.
- Binding Paperback, soft cover
- Pages 424
- Edition 1ª 12 / 2013
- Language Spanish
- ISBN 978-84-940320-7-3
- EAN-13 9788494032073
- Thematic middlegame
- Year of publication 2013