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  • Author:
    Yudovich

    Mikhail Mikhailovich Yudovich & mdash; Honored trainer of the RSFSR, grandmaster and champion of the USSR in correspondence, an outstanding chess teacher and writer. In his book, he talks about the importance of a consistent game, about how chess players create and implement sound plans. The author raises such questions as the order of actions to achieve the goal, the real prerequisites of the plan, how the plan is created, etc. The book is illustrated by carefully selected examples. For a wide range of chess lovers. Snippet 1 Fragment 2 & nbsp;

    5.86 $
  • Author:
    Golenishchev

    Like other titles in the Training Program for Chess Players series, this volume is both an excellent textbook for independent study and a powerful training aid for chess coaches. In the view of many experts, no better work of this kind has ever been written. coach and Master of Sport. Golenishchev's programs are still considered. critically important and are successfully employed in chess schools. His teaching methods remain popular in Russia and around the world. Supervised by Editor-in-Chief and former Karpov, this new edition of Golenishchev's classic work is updated to include important games from the recent high-level chess competitions, reflecting modern approaches to the game. OPENING Fragment 1 OPENING Fragment 2

    25.00 $
  • Author:
    Romero

    World champion Magnus Carlsen is the undoubted leader of modern chess. Unlike most of the strongest grandmasters of the 21st century, the Norwegian goes its own way, relying not on the “slaughter” & raquo; computer preparation of the debut repertoire, and the ability to play the original positions of the mittfiel and fight in the endgame to the last "patron". Being an adherent of the positional style, M. Carlsen has a remarkable combinative imagination and feels the dynamic resources of the struggle perfectly.30 M. Carlsen's games included in this book will give the readers considerable aesthetic pleasure and will be an excellent school of modern chess. divided into thematic sections, each of which is provided with a brief introduction.

    7.59 $
  • Author:
    Kuzmin

    15.52 $
  • Author:
    Chetverik

    The author of the book, international master Maxim Chetverik, addresses an important aspect of chess theory regarding positional play. In the majority of works devoted to positional play, strategic elements are considered separately, while strategic plans (and, especially, confrontation of plans) are disassembled much less often. The works of the classics in this area are not outdated, but a modern view of the problem is useful, taking into account the connection between the middlegame and the actual theory of principles. There are 75 examples in the book, in each of which at least one partner bears the title of grandmaster. All games are played in the 21st century. Initially, strategic plans are considered against the backdrop of enemy defensive actions, then the active opposition of the parties as part of the positional game is studied. .For a wide range of chess lovers.

    17.24 $
  • Author:
    Kalinichenko

    17.24 $
  • Author:
    Ed. doctor of art critic V. Kudryavtsev

    The gift album is dedicated to the works of the Soviet artist Galina Satonina (1905-2000). A student of vivid representatives of the Kazan avant-garde & raquo; in the person of K. Chebotarev - A. Platunov, she found her innovative way in painting and original performing technique. And life in chess prompted many champions of the Kazan and Tatarstan chess main theme in the work of Satonina: "Chess is a realistic fairy tale". The illustrated edition presents the most significant works of the artist from the collection "Russian Chess House", whose talent is widely known both in our country and abroad. Designed for fans of painting and chess.

    31.03 $
  • Author:
    Weisman

    In the book of Professor N.Vaizman, N.P. for the first time in the popular science form, the problems of medical and psychological control in chess sport are substantiated. Describes altered states of consciousness leading to the loss of the seemingly won position and game, as well as other paradoxes of the chess game. Disadaptation and neurotic reactions of chess players, vascular disorders, as professional pathology of persons of mental labor are recorded. Electrophysiological studies of the brain during the game, the effects of doping and hypnosis in chess are considered. Psychiatric and psychotherapeutic recommendations are given. Other chess issues from medical-psychological positions are also discussed. The book will be interesting not only to qualified chess players, coaches, judges, teachers of chess at school, organizers of competitions, sports doctors and psychologists, but also parents of children involved in chess sports, as well as a wide range of chess fans. Fragment 1 Fragment 2

    8.28 $
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