In July 2008, Alexander Morozevich reached an Elo of 2787, becoming the world number two behind Topalov.
Creative and combative player, Morozevich has been the favorite of the public for not avoiding the complications and not agreeing on tables; It has been characterized by a fresh and risky game. It was compared even with Mikhail Tal, for applying intuition in decision making.
Alexey Kuzmin was his analyst for nine years and has gathered in this book games and positions in which Morozevich played against the elite of his time. He proposes exercises at critical points of the position and then analyze them from the eyes of a great teacher.
"Strive to access the train of thought of one of the most creative players in history," "Think of the positions as if it were Morozevich himself," the author proposes, that is, play as Morozevich.
Alexey Kuzmin was born in Moscow in 1963. Champion of the Central Chess Club of the former Soviet Union in 1985 and 1986. He earned the title of grand chess master in 1995. He won numerous international tournaments and managed to enter the top 100 of the list from Elo. He worked as a professional coach for thirty years and was Karpov's second during the years of rivalry with Kasparov, until 1991. From 1992 he was coach of the Qatar national team. In 2004 he obtained the title of senior FIDE coach.
- Editorial La Casa del Ajedrez
- Autor Kuzmin, Alexey
- Format 17 × 24 cm.
- Binding Paperback
- Pages 192
- Edition 2019
- Language Spanish
- ISBN 9788416676514
- EAN-13 9788416676514
- Temas middlegame
- Year of publication 2019
- Thematic Middle game
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