Cuadernos de entrenamiento (1-16)

  1. Tactical 2016/2018. This booklet collects the most interesting tactical combinations and maneuvers produced between 2016 and 2018, that is, 128 selected practice positions in the high competition.
  2. Problems with the opening. This edition, divided into 4 chapters - Errors, checks, novelties and tests - contributes substantially to improving understanding at this stage of the game.
  3. These are spectacular combinations. This guide, which deals with classic combination topics such as nailing, double and open attack, attraction and deflection, spinning and X-rays, among others, brings amateurs closer to mastery.
  4. Problems with strategy. The 128 exercises in this booklet include positions in which the open column, the forward position, the past pawn or spatial dominance, among others, play an important role.
  5. Tactical ends. This training book includes 128 exercises dedicated to endgames in which the fight is influenced by threatened kings or combinatorial sequences.
  6. Matte combinations. In this notebook, and since these are mate combinations, it is obvious that the target of these is the king.
  7. Attacks at anchorage. What. Especially selected for their usefulness, 128 exercises with the following contents are included in this notebook: thematic mates, classical attacks, short throw attacks and long throw attacks. The exercises, among others, illustrate typical attacks on the mooring, in its last phase, usually with a combined type outcome.
  8. Attacks on the king in the centre. What. The king in the center is a concept installed in the chess lexicon that, however, is not very precise. Indeed, when speaking of attacks on the king in the center, it is understood that the attacked king is in or near its starting square. That box (or that position) has little to do with the geometric center of the board, but with the center of the last (or first) row, and it would be more logical to refer to this figure as an unrocked king, or something like that. But we respect the expression because we consider it a place of ordinary understanding.
  9. Calculation problems.All chess is imbued with analysis and calculation. In particular, combinations and tactical play require a high dose of calculation. We are talking about those positions where, given the acute nature of the struggle, the value of each time is crucial or very high. This booklet contains math problems, practical endings, variant calculations and studies. Antonio Gude is an expert chess researcher and promoter.
  10. Positional Sacrifices.Unlike tactical sacrifices, so-called positional sacrifices are an investment of material which normally does not bring immediate benefits but results in certain positional advantages which the player will reap in the medium or long term, and which are based more on positional factors than on a combinatorial sequence.
  11. 100 exercises to develop your skill. What. If you had to choose a single chess piece to take to a desert island, how would you feel about this training book, a superb selection of 100 problems to solve? The author has carefully chosen 100 original positions, classified by their degree of difficulty and theme in four chapters of 25. In these exercises the author has emphasized entertainment, instruction and inspiration. The solutions provide lessons worth learning and explain why other plausible but incorrect solutions fail.
  12. 100 world class exercises. What. The finesse, precision or elegance with which they tackle problems; the way they find simple solutions to complex situations or the way they exploit the weaknesses of the opponent to gain decisive advantages, explain the power of an elite grandmaster like Wesley So.
  13. Defence and counterattack. What. When under attack, the player is forced to defend tenaciously, trying to exploit the options often provided by the attacker's momentum. It's amazing how many games can actually be saved with a strong defense. When the offense is crashing into a stalemate, the defender can then take the initiative with the counterattack, an optimal culmination of the defense that allows the roles to be reversed, usually with predictable results, namely: if the attack has not succeeded, the counterattack has all the numbers to impose, since the attacking pieces usually become uncoordinated, leaving numerous weak points in their position.
  14. Mixtures of mate II. What. The combination has been defined in many ways. Perhaps the most publicized is that it is a forced sequence of moves, with sacrifice. These moves are often spectacular and often unpredictable. The objective of any combination is to achieve a material or positional advantage, or tables, in the case of seemingly lost positions. The mate combination has been studied in School of Chess (chapters 5 and 7), and especially in Technique of the mate combination, first volume of the Encyclopaedia of Tactics, as being the object of the monographic study of the book. Antonio Gude is an expert chess researcher and promoter. He has directed several technical publications, translated major works of chess literature and is the author of the best-selling Spanish-language chess books.
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