But whereas a film seen in the theater just keeps going, here you can "stop" the action and take time thinking about what you're seeing and what's being explained to you, as if you were home watching on your own DVD. In this first offering of the series, Quick Tricks, the reader viewer is provided with a collection 64 neat traps and shots in the opening, illustrations often stemming from the practice of the world's best players.
There's a variety too, so that you can sample different openings and variations. All you have to do is read the beginning paragraph, sit back in your living room, on your favorite flight, commuter bus or train ride, and pleasure your way through each informative film. It's also a great way to prepare for upcoming competition. Just find a comfortable chair and spend a few hours watching, learning, and enjoying your way into shape.
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Chess Movies represents a new idea in the Pandolfini Chess Library series. Start reading Chess Movies 1: Quick Tricks (The Pandolfini Chess Library) on. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Chess Master Bruce Pandolfini has been one of the most.
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Chess Analytics: Training with a Grandmaster. Analytics The Method of Logical Analysis You are invited to take an instructive journey with one of the most successful chess coaches of our era, Greek grandmaster Efstratios Grivas.
Over 40 critical aspects of the royal game are examined by Pei, ArchitectIn this, his penultimate work, Pei, ArchitectIn this, his penultimate work, legendary chess instructor Mark Dvoretsky explores identifying and dealing with problems on the chessboard. The Luck of the Draw!? We have all seen games — and perhaps even played We have all seen games — and perhaps even played them — in which a difficult or lost game is salvaged by a brilliant drawing combination.
The Mark of a Master Instructor Mark Dvoretsky has long been considered one of the premier chess coaches and trainers in the world.
He is renowned for taking talented masters and forging them into world-class grandmasters and champions. There are many opening principles and injunctions.
They all have their place, with some having greater import than others. Once a pawn loses the ability to control a square, that square, and any of the vulnerable lines of attack it may be on, become very attractive to enemy usurpation, as the upcoming example is about to illustrate. Bxg4, then Bxb2; and, if 7. Bxg7, then In preparing for competition we try to study our opening setups very well.
This allows us to play them relatively quickly, saving time for complications that may arise from unexpected moves. Kxf2, then White must lose at least the Exchange. But like any generality, this has less significance when applied to specific instances. That is, it may not be great to place a knight on the outer lane most of the time, but the present game does not reflect most of the time. It soon goes to a better post. Once there, it meets up with a fellow traveler from the other side. This action might not be possible to undo.
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Create a List. Summary Lights! Read on the Scribd mobile app Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Russell Enterprises, Inc. Bb2 As expected, White appropriates the long diagonal. Nd7 Black hopes to support e7-e5 and avoids Nc6 2. Nf3 For now, White has e5 under control. Ngf6 Perhaps Nf6 Black develops and obstructs the long dark diagonal.
Bg7 Now 5.