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Complete Chess Strategy 3: Play on the Wings ❴PDF❵ ✈ Complete Chess Strategy 3: Play on the Wings Author Luděk Pachman – Thomashillier.co.uk Good books on the indeterminate stage of chess between openings and endings are rare Ambitious players wanting a practical guide to the middle game will find that Ludek Pachman s great trilogy, which Good books Strategy 3: MOBI ð on the indeterminate stage of chess between openings and endings are rare Ambitious players wanting a Complete Chess MOBI :↠ practical guide to the middle game will find that Ludek Pachman s great trilogy, which is completed with this Chess Strategy 3: eBook ✓ volume, stands in a class of its own In each of these books the need for understanding is emphasized there are too many variations for any memory to store The player must understand the basic principles involved and the typical positions or maneuvers that can arise Ludek Pachman s examples will augment his experience and should facilitate finer judgments as to the types of position to aim for, how to plan for them and in the allocation of priorities But games also need to be viewed as an entity, and for this reason the author has concentrated on teaching by means of whole games Ludek Pachman, the West German and former Czechoslovak Grandmaster, has taken part in international chess sinceThe present work is a substantial revision of a series of books that first appeared in Czech It has been translated from the German by the English International Master, John Littlewood.


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  1. Mike Davis Mike Davis says:

    This is the third and final book in the 1978 set by Ludek Pachman which looks at play on the wings Unlike the first two volumes, I found a couple of errors here Pachman was Czechoslovakian, and the books in my library are English translations by Sam Sloan in 2012 Unfortunately, they were translated in English descriptive notation which is somewhat out of date so the books may have limited interest to current chess players, and would have been of somewhat greater interest had Sloan taken the t This is the third and final book in the 1978 set by Ludek Pachman which looks at play on the wings Unlike the first two volumes, I found a couple of errors here Pachman was Czechoslovakian, and the books in my library are English translations by Sam Sloan in 2012 Unfortunately, they were translated in English descriptive notation which is somewhat out of date so the books may have limited interest to current chess players, and would have been of somewhat greater interest had Sloan taken the time to convert the notation to the common algebraic or symbolic.Nevertheless, it is good to see these in print as classics in chess literature A condensed single volume exists as well, but contains far fewer examples I found the final chapter on the limitations of chess engines interesting from a 1978 perspective We ve come a long way Overall, 4 stars for classical value and instruction still relevant to today s modern play


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