Strategic themes of the opening at the end
Opening contrasted systems fall into two broad categories. The first is characterized by the predominance of tactics, and the second clearly strategic opening.
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Opening contrasted systems fall into two broad categories. The first is characterized by the predominance of the tactics revealed as acute attacks against the king, and the second clearly strategic opening. In this case, the issue raised in the opening usually continues to stand in the middle game.
The purpose of this book is to study in detail four of the most important strategic issues (isolated d-pawn, pawn majority on the queenside, almost symmetrical formations and formations Hedgehog) by moving them to the respective end theme.
Therefore, the book will be useful for both 1 e4 players and those who prefer closed systems.
In this book, the author, Edmar Mednis, faces the final teaching from a different point of view from the observation that certain patterns of openness lead to specific end structures. Such openings revolve around a strategic theme that moves to the very end, leading to items that can only opt in the last phase of the game.
To win these games one must understand the strategic issues that dominate the whole evolution of the game. This work aims to develop a strategic understanding of the player and thus allow better results.
- Mednis, Edmar
- 15 cm x 21.5 cm
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