- This fascinating book examines how, in chess, the parts value changes during the course of a game and how chess masters use this knowledge to decide which parts to change and when.
- Andrew Soltis investigates why the map of relative values or computer analysis are often unable to explain why certain changes and sacrifices are good and some bad, and focus on those typical decisions a player must take; eg when to change two minor pieces for a rook and pawn or queen for two rooks, and other materials imbalances
- The author argues for some basic laws on the values of the pieces, explaining concepts like? What matters is not what is gone, but what remains on the board, and the value depends on the range
- The real value of the parts is aimed at players of all levels, who will find in this book an exceptional guide (with about 400 examples), abundant technical practices and key grips, that will help guide their decisions before the board.
- Editorial Tutor Ediciones
- Autor Soltis, Andrew
- Translator Antonio Gude Fernandez
- Format 17 x 23 cm.
- Binding Rústica
- Pages 256
- Edition 1ª 9/2008
- Language Spanish
- ISBN 978-84-7902-727-8
- EAN-13 9788479027278
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