The following plots were used in the work on the exterior design: on the cover - the World Champion's Cup among the "queen; seniors" (veterans), won by the Chess Federation of Nigeria in 1981 for coaching; on the flyleaf - mittelspil position from the party Suetin - Bagirov (31 USSR Championship 1963); on the outskirts - the position of one of the parties A.S. Suetina; on the back of the flyleaf - the award token of the champion among schoolchildren of 1940 of the Tula Palace of Pioneers - the first award of the author; The gold medal of the world champion among "queen; seniors" 1996 - the last award of A.S. Suetina
Reissue of the classic brilliant book of the patriarch domestic chess literature of the master Ya.I. Neishtad- the one that has long become a bibliographic rarity. In the first the author's turn is interested in the struggle of ideas of great chess players of the past. Based on the rich chess material, the reader gets acquainted with creative portraits of uncrowned non- peonies of the world - Philidor, Laburdon, Staunton, Andersen, Morphy, their like-minded and adversaries. To pony- mother present, it is necessary to know the past. Certainly, pro- By reading this book, you will become better at understanding chess, sing a lot of ideas and strengthen your game. For a wide range of chess fans.
The book is one of the strongest chess players in the world, grandmaster Viktor Korchnoi. In it, the author talks about his sports career and tough competition in the struggle for world championship with the 12th champion of the planet Anatoly Karpov in Baguio (1978) and Merano (1981). The uncompromising and frank nature of the narrative will remind the reader of the drama of those days.
This book is based on the experience of several years playing chess and is written as a result of the working up a lot of books dealing with chess tactics. Its primary aim is to entertain the reader, since the study of a combination of genius gives much pleasure to those who like chess. The tactical blows give you much help to understand the tactical miseries of the positions and sometimes you can discover very rare and brilliant ideas when the combinations need making an extreme move.
The book contains memoirs of the author - the champion of Europe, the two-time champion of Russia, the winner of numerous international tournaments, the famous coach, the vice-president of FIDE about meetings with outstanding chess players, statesmen, complex and often conflictual relations existing in the sport of higher achievements. The author tells about a number of the largest chess players of different years, including the tenth world champion B. Spassky, whose coach N. Krogius was at the time of winning the highest title. Part of the book is devoted to the problems of chess psychology, in which the author is one of the universally recognized world authorities. In addition, we are talking about negative trends in the behavior of some chess players, arising from their excessive ambitiousness and selfishness, which is typical not only for the world of chess, but for any human activity in which there is conflict. The book is intended for a wide range of people interested in chess, their theory, history and psychology, and for professionals - athletes and coaches.
The author of the book, Gareth Williams, examines the history of chess pieces, starting with the ancient cultures that existed in Asia and ending with modern chess that participate in competitions today. Most of the chess presented in the pages of this book dates back to the mid-18th century. Some of them come from ivory carving centers known at the time, such as Berkhampur in eastern India, Guangzhou in China, Dieppe in France or Kholmogory in Russia. These countries have developed their own schools, each with its own special plots, decorative motifs and methods of processing the material, which are usually passed down from generation to generation. The book will also introduce you to serious historical facts, interesting characters and fascinating details about the matches in which they participated.
Epochal work: more than 300 parties of ex-world champion with detailed notes, autobiographical essay, all sketches, full list of speeches. 800 pages !! Luxury collection on coated paper ("Leonardo Institute"). Coated paper.
The book is about the mysterious Indian chess player Mir Sultan-Khan (1905–1966), who flashed a meteor on the European chess scene in 1929–1933. One of the most unique and distinctive chess talents of the 20th century, Sultan-Khan played only 198 games for his short sports career. 120 of them are first collected and commented on in this book. The work is illustrated with rare photographs and drawings from periodicals of that time.
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