The fourth volume of the encyclopedia is devoted to systems with 1.c3-b4 and contains an overview of the following openings: Reverse Poke, Nameless Game, Unnamed Systems, Blinder's Game, Reverse Wagering, Exchange Joint, Poke with l...fe5, Rejected Reverse City Game . Vice-champion of Russia in correspondence game, international master V.M. Vysotsky re-analyzed 605 theoretical options presented in the first edition. In the analysis of options, the latest computer chess programs. Published games and analyzes about 800 drafts players. For a wide range of drafts lovers.24.14 $
All conflicts on the chessboard arise and are resolved at the intersection points of the lines of action of the pieces, pieces and tails of the opposing sides. Therefore, the intersection point is an important landmark (beacon), indicating the possibility of starting an attack or the need to move to defense. It helps to understand the intricacies of the lines of the chessboard and the thoughts of chess players following them The book explores the sacrifices of figures on squares of points and the ability to counter them.39.66 $
The Caro-Kann defense is one of the most popular modern openings, which is firmly included in the repertoire of most elite chess players. The author of the book, a well-known grandmaster and theorist, offers a full repertoire for black in response to 1.e4, explains in detail the main strategic ideas of each option and gives the exact order of moves, offers a number of novelties in current schemes. In each chapter, alternative plans for black are considered, so that the reader can make a choice according to his taste, and it was more difficult for the opponent to prepare. Much attention in the monograph is paid to correspondence games in which players use all the achievements of modern technology. All analyses during the work on the manuscript are checked on powerful computers. Carefully selected positions for the solution will help the reader to consolidate the acquired knowledge. The 2nd edition supplements the section with the 10 most interesting current parties. The book is addressed to chess players of any level – from amateurs to professionals.21.67 $
Reprint of a large badge (4 cm x 3.5 cm) dedicated to the failed match between Karpov and Fischer in 1975. The original was issued in an edition of in several signal specimens (only specimens from the collection of A. Karpov and the Central House of Art Museum are known).17.24 $
This book is more than just a fascinating collection of traps and combinations. It contains more than 700 bright miniatures - thematic games played by a variety of chess players, from world champions to amateurs. They are chosen for their educational value, not just to catch blunders or blunders. The author always explains the ideas and plans for the debut, as well as how the game could be improved. The games are structured according to the opening principle, which makes it possible to use the book for educational purposes. Knowledge of typical tactical strikes in various openings will allow not only to avoid possible mistakes and pitfalls at the beginning of the game, but also to surprise your opponent. Thanks to the ideas presented in this book, an enterprising chess player will undoubtedly be able to achieve new quick victories!
This new book by the many-times world champion Anatoly Karpov and the author of more than fifty books, grandmaster Nikolay Kalinichenko, is devoted to one of the most complicated and strategically deep openings & mdash; the Queen's Gambit Declined. Using games played by the strongest grandmasters, it describes the interesting ideas which have appeared in the main development systems of this opening. Along with games from recent years, the book presents the most important encounters from the chess heritage. And of course, it includes games by Anatoly Karpov himself & mdash; a great expert on the Queen's Gambit, who generously shares with the reading his unique understanding of the concepts involved. The book is aimed at strong players, but it will also be of interest to a wide range of chess enthusiasts.36.00 $