Questions about Modern Theory in Chess is a masterpiece of Chess Literature. Its author is a double champion of Ukraine, and was first published in the Soviet Union in 1956. Many Russian experts say that it is one of the most influential and referential chess books of the twentieth century, although there was no Published until recently in English and now in Castilian.
Isaac Lipnitsky began to excel in the Soviet chess scene right after World War II, enough to win victories against players like Keres, Smyslov and Petrosian. But unfortunately he died in 1959, when he was very young, and his career was truncated.
"This super book had a great reputation in the Soviet Union, and rightly so." Bernard Cafferty, BCM
"This work seems to be written by Dvoretsky: at all times the author emphasizes rules and principles, without falling into an oversimplification ... Totally recommended" MI Sam Collins, Chess Today
"If it was important enough for Botvinnik and Fischer, I would suggest, unreservedly, that this book should be in the library of every worthy player." Steve Goldberg, Chess Café
"Even after 50 years this work can still be considered a Masterpiece!" John Elburg
"His concepts are still valid today" Anatoly Karpov
"One of the great books of history" Mark Dvoretsky
- Editorial Chessy
- Autor Lipnitsky, Isaac
- Format 16 x 23,5 cm.
- Binding Paperback
- Pages 228
- Edition 2012
- Language Spanish
- ISBN 978-84-937645-5-5
- EAN-13 9788493764555
- Thematic Openings
- Year of publication 2012