The International Grandmaster Jan Timman, number 3 in the world in the 1980s, offers a selection of his best games belonging to the most brilliant period of his career, in which he qualified twice for the final round of the Candidates (1990 and 1993 against Karpov against Short).
Walk like this work the cream of world chess over eighty sharp, imaginative and great technical skill fighting, among which, for example, the excellent final horse that won the author Ree (item 12), the end of two bishops against horse to beat Speelman (item 69) and the rook and pawns "h" and "f" against the tower that fell up Short (item 76).
Are also proud analyzes, among others, items 54,65 and 67, respectively disputed against Karpov, Ivanchuk and Kasparov.
Jan Timman has been nine times champion of the Netherlands, has represented his country in multiple Olympics and has won some of the most important tournaments in the world. He is also a prolific and noted author of chess books. He currently heads the prestigious New in Chess.
- Editorial Hispano Europea
- Autor Timman, Jan
- Translator Sergio Picatoste Verdejo
- Format 1 x 23 cm.
- Binding Paperback
- Pages 288
- Edition 1ª 1 / 2007
- Language Spanish
- ISBN 978-84-255-1710-5
- EAN-13 9788425517105
- Year of publication 2007
Teacher ratio Jan Timman games with different opponents from 1983 to 1994
Indices of openings
Table of original publications