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World Chess Champion Strategy Training for Club Players

This book offers you 100 strategic exercises from the games of the best of the best, the world champions, from Bobby Fischer to Ding Liren. Solving these exercises will help every ambitious club player better understand how to make and execute plans.

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Chess players can look ahead, formulate a clear plan and act accordingly. That's why chess is the perfect learning environment to become a strategic expert. But how do you train this? Playing a lot of games and then analyzing them carefully.

At the same time, you must learn by studying the games of the strongest players in the world and gradually incorporating their techniques into your game. This book gives you 100 strategy drills from the games of the best of the best, world champions, from Bobby Fischer to Ding Liren.

You will learn fundamental techniques such as: how to improve your worst-placed piece; how to take advantage of a development advantage; or perform the correct part exchange; and how to create a strong box; among many others.

Solving these exercises will help any ambitious player in a club better understand how to make and execute plans.

Thomas Willemze is an International Master from the Netherlands. He is an experienced coach of amateur players of all levels and has been National Youth Coach of the Dutch Chess Federation. New In Chess has published his books The Chess Toolbox and The Scandinavian for Club Players and 1001 Chess Endgame Exercises for Beginners, all highly regarded by critics and audiences alike.

Product Details
NC-7301

Data sheet

Product Type
Paper
Language
English
Theme
Training
Level
Everyone
Author
Thomas Willemze
No. Pages
280
Year published
2023
ISBN
9789083328485
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