In this book, dedicated to the work of Aleksandr Alekhine, examples are arranged in chronological order. All charts are labeled & mdash; from 1 to 4. This classification will allow you to use the book as an assistant for trainers and educators in the classroom with your students, as well as for independent training. So, for the chess players of the initial ranks, we recommend that you first solve the positions marked & laquo; 1 & raquo;, and then, perhaps, try your hand at resolving the positions marked & laquo; 2 & raquo ;. Line items marked & laquo; 2 & raquo; recommended for decision by chess players of I category, and marked with & laquo; 3 & raquo; & mdash; candidates for the master.
Marked & laquo; 4 & raquo; grouped positions illustrating intuitive combinations (in which options cannot be calculated with mathematical accuracy & raquo; and at some point you need to rely on the assessment of the odds of the parties prompted by the experience you have gained), positional victims and examples of tactical operations,
the benefits of which must be determined using the positional assessment of the final positions.