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By John Watson

ISBN-10: 1901983692

ISBN-13: 9781901983692

John Watson fleshes out the speculation awarded to huge, immense acclaim in secrets and techniques of contemporary Chess method and extends it into new components. He illustrates the trendy perform of chess with many examples from inventive gamers similar to Kasparov, Kramnik, Anand, Ivanchuk and tempestuous innovators comparable to Shirov and Morozevich. In secrets and techniques of recent Chess technique, Watson broke new flooring by means of describing the advancements in chess procedure because the time of Nimzowitsch. He defined how sleek gamers are extra keen than their predecessors to favour dynamic concerns over static ones, and the way they've got more and more transcended the proscribing 'rules' which motivated play in prior instances. The dominant result of Garry Kasparov and the increase of a brand new iteration of supergrandmasters testify to the effectiveness of this dynamic and open-minded philosophy which has enriched sleek chess. those that loved secrets and techniques of recent Chess process will welcome the rationalization of significant options. Chess procedure in motion can be learn by itself as an exceptional choice of glossy video games with considerate and enlightening annotations.

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El ab8 and Black's position would remain safe. h6 9. 11. xf6 Very harmless. But after 9 . llh4 the pin­ ning of the knight would be without much effect as Black would always have the move g5 at his disposal. 11. £)e7 7. e2 e5 • More solid than 7 . �g4 played by Bogoljubow in a later game also against Flohr. As will be seen White gets after a few moves a very promising position. Black has obviously not the slightest difficulties. 0-0 7 ... 0-0 c4 A move too early! After 9 . Ele1 c4 11 . \lfl h6 etc.

D3 � x a4 28 . £l x e4 f x e4 2 9 . � x e4 � b 5 30. �b7+ �d8 31 . �b8+ and mates in three moves. 1-0 After 13 . . , White would have at his disposal several unpleasant 59 Nottingham 1 93 6 threats o n both bishops' diagonals. Af­ ter the text move he gets the often un­ pleasant "hanging" pawns, a disadvan­ tage certainly, but in this particular case not a decisive one. Black's next move appears to be com­ paratively the best. Aa6 Threatening 20 .

H6 43. �d3 fol­ lowed by e4+ and f5, winning; and (3) 42 . . e3! and wins. This last one is the only variation where White would have any technical diffi­ culties. As played in the text, Black has a comparatively easy defense. By bring­ ing his king into the center, he will stop the free d-pawn and the necessarily ex­ posed position of the white king will give him opportunity of a counter-at­ tack. g6? Instead 34 . . h6 would lead to a diffi­ cult queen endgame. The text move should lose, as will be shown.

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