The book tells about the creative path of a bright chess ascetic, master of sports of the USSR in practical play and composition, a brilliant journalist and mentor of etude champions - Anatoly Georgievich Kuznetsov (1932-2000).
The book contains fifty of his parts and fragments. Kuznetsov's rivals include many famous matadors: future world champion Boris Spassky, grandmasters Igor Bondarevsky, Alexander Tolush, Evgeny Vasyukov, Vladimir Liberzon, Vladimir Simagin, Leonid Shamkovich, Vladimir Antoshin & hellip;
The creative portrait of the maestro will be complemented by a hundred selected studies and problems that have become classics of chess art. For example, the 12th world champion Anatoly Karpov commented on three works by Kuznetsov for the book A Chess Study Through the Eyes of a Grandmaster. Anatoly Georgievich was also a true creator of talents, among his pupils were international grandmasters Ernest Pogosyants, Nikolai Kralin and Oleg Pervakov.
The book is designed for a wide range of chess players, from beginners to grandmaster.