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Chess book The power of the smaller parts

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This work, translated from English (Power of Minor Chess Pieces) rescues some elements of his work summit The art of the analysis.

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Jan Timman is one of the best contemporary authors of chess. His extensive experience as an elite chess player sums up his journalistic career in the prestigious Dutch magazine New in Chess and some very successful books like The Art of Analysis or Curaçao 1962.

This work, translated from English (Power of Minor Chess Pieces) rescues some elements of his work summit The art of the analysis.

Few commented games, objective and deep analysis of the games from the half Game, with special emphasis on the positions where bishops and horses stand as protagonists of the fight. When is a bishop superior? When is the Horse a very strong piece? They are difficult struggles, interesting, and whose solution is nothing trivial. Each chapter, every struggle, every lesson, will leave its mark on the analytical level of the readers.

It is a book like the ones before, with a lot of work, and therefore the reader needs time to absorb it. One of the best in modern Chess literature.

  • Editorial Chessy
  • Autor Timman, Jan
  • Format 16 x 24 cm.
  • Binding Paperback
  • Pages 192
  • Edition 2008
  • Language Spanish
  • ISBN 978-84-937645-5-5
  • EAN-13 9788493623814
  • Year of publication 2008

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