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Chess book The Center

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In every game of chess, the center of the board has a great tactical and strategic weight, since it represents the area from where you can reach the largest number of squares.

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In every game of chess, the center of the board has a great tactical and strategic weight, since it represents the area from where you can reach the largest number of squares.

His control provides decisive advantages in the opening, in the middle game and in the end, and hence, its importance.

This book contains two different approaches to the subject: the classic, which will provide the reader with fundamental knowledge and help you understand this concept in the development of the game, and a dynamic vision made through the eyes of a great teacher that will allow you to understand the logic of the control of the central cells.

Adrian Mikhalchishin has been a great teacher since 1978, FIDE senior coach since 2002 and President of the FIDE Instructors Commission since 2009. He trained Anatoli Karpov during the match with Gary Kasparov and later specialized in women's chess training. He has written many chess books and many articles for different specialized magazines.

Georg Mohr has been a great teacher since 1997 and a senior FIDE trainer since 2004. He was coach and captain of the Slovenian national team from 2003 to 2010, and since 2011 he is coach of the Turkish national youth team.

  • Editorial La Casa del Ajedrez
  • Autor Mijalchishin
  • Format 17 x 24 cm.
  • Binding Paperback
  • Pages 202
  • Edition 2018
  • Language Spanish
  • ISBN 978-84-925179-0-9
  • EAN-13 9788492517909
  • Thematic Openings
  • Year of publication 2018

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