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1200 chess combinations. (Chess School)

Publisher: Russian CHESS House
  • ISBN: 979-5-94693-069-6
  • Publisher: Russian CHESS House
  • Author(s): Blokh
  • Series: Chess School
  • Size: Increased
  • Volume: 248 p.
  • Binding: Hard
  • DateOfIssue: 2023

paper book

25 $

RUB

Description:

The answer book of an international grandmaster and an experienced coach (among whose students is A. Grischuk) Bloch's Maxim contains over 1200 combinations from practical games and specially compiled examples. All tasks are characterized by intense struggle, in which the goal is achieved by single moves. The book is intended for both young and adult amateurs, and for masters. The arrangement of examples by topic allows you to use the book not only as a task book, but also as a textbook. Of particular interest are over two hundred specially compiled by the author overstressed positions in which white wins the only way during the course of white, and black wins during the course of black. These examples, as well as over 50 fragments from the parties of the author and his students, are published for the first time.


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