The art of maneuvering with the pieces
The general idea that is reflected in this work is find the best boxes for your pieces! the practical level of any chess player depends on his ability to discover and evaluate positional operations
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In this work the famous Russian coach, Mark Dvoretsky, offers us a lot of material for training, with more than 225 practical exercises, very well elaborated, as is usual in him.
The general idea that is reflected in this work is find the best boxes for your pieces! To a large extent, the practical level of any chess player depends on his ability to discover and evaluate positional operations quickly and correctly.
In this work, Mark Dvoretsky examines one of the most important aspects of the positional game, the art of playing with the pieces, that is, maneuvering and finding the best squares for your pieces.
Training your maneuver skills will help you at any stage of the fight. For that reason, among the exercises you will find opening, half-game and final positions, and not only those taken from games of master practice, but also from studies.
The meticulous student who wants to progress will verify that this book can help him improve his positional game and significantly strengthen his general skills.
Mark Dvoretsky has been considered the best trainer and the best author of chess training books until his death, at the end of 2016. His work on half-game and finals are well known.
It is the second book of Dvoretsky published by Editorial Chessy, after his excellent "Never forget that ... you have a rival in front".
- Dvoretsky, Mark
- 16 x 23,5 cm.
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