GARRY KASPAROV ON MY GREAT PREDECESSORS PDF

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Jan 7, , AM 3 "Perhaps the most important reason for my success is that I enjoy reading about chess theory and chess history - and I remember what I read. It is well known that studying the classics is a highly effective method of chess improvement.

Modern GM ideas build on ideas of the past while adding layers of complexity. How can one properly understand modern ideas unless you have familiarized yourself with at least some of the older and easier to understand ideas that modern chess built on? As a student of the Botvinnik school, you can expect Kasparov to know his classics very well and remember what the most important games were. As a former World Champion, you can expect Kasparov to provide top-notch analysis.

This book is both approachable for club players highly instructive examples and comments and useful for masters comprehensive analysis. Both children who will get a lot out of the examples even without all the variations and adults who will benefit a lot from the analysis can get a lot out of this book. Genius of Combinations: The development of international links in the midth century was immediately reflected in chess too.

The indefatigable Staunton, who had long dreamed of organizing a tournament of the leading players in the world, decided to make use of a convenient occasion - the Great Industrial Exhibition in London right from the moment that Prince Albert proposed it in Why choose the Forward Chess edition? It is cheaper than the physical version and the variations are more efficient to play through on a digital board. It is probably the most enjoyable chess book I have ever read.

Here is a master artist deftly painting the giant canvas of chess history with broad and powerful brush-strokes. The sort of book that I will have to lock away for fear of spending too much time reading and re-reading it!

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Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors: Part 1

Start your review of Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors, Part 1 Write a review Shelves: games , history-and-biography There are some books you love because you feel that the author is taking you into their confidence, and treating you as an equal. Well exactly! There were some moments that so reminded him of one of his own matches. Kasparov has a complete database of all the important games that have ever been played, with good search software. He has analysis engines that are even stronger than he is, and never get tired or make a careless slip.

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Jan 7, , AM 3 "Perhaps the most important reason for my success is that I enjoy reading about chess theory and chess history - and I remember what I read. It is well known that studying the classics is a highly effective method of chess improvement. Modern GM ideas build on ideas of the past while adding layers of complexity. How can one properly understand modern ideas unless you have familiarized yourself with at least some of the older and easier to understand ideas that modern chess built on? As a student of the Botvinnik school, you can expect Kasparov to know his classics very well and remember what the most important games were.

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Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors, Part 1

My Great Predecessors, part I My Great Predecessors comprises five volumes: Part I starts with a chapter about some of the unofficial world champions before , though much of the commentary focuses on Adolf Anderssen and Paul Morphy. Spassky challenged Petrosian unsuccessfully in , but defeated him in their rematch. The primary focus of this volume is the eleventh World Champion Bobby Fischer. Korchnoi and Karpov played three matches in the World Championship, in , , and The first match was in the Candidates Tournament to determine who would challenge Fischer in

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