New PDF release: Chess Strategy for Club Players: The Road to Positional

By Herman Grooten

This new third version has, in addition to numerous corrections and enhancements, a brand new creation and a brand-new bankruptcy known as ‘Total Control’. during this 35-page bankruptcy Grooten provides the ultimate instructive brick to his ambitious, but very obtainable, development: encouraged through Tigran Petrosian’s enjoying kind he explains amateurs tips on how to take advantage of small benefits. With a brand new set of exercises.
Every membership participant is aware the matter: the hole has ended, and now what?

First locate the correct plan, then the nice strikes will follow!

With this ebook, foreign grasp Herman Grooten offers to beginner gamers an entire and dependent path on:

how to acknowledge key features in every kind of positions
how to use these features to settle on the ideal plan

His teachings are in response to the well-known "Elements" of Wilhelm Steinitz, yet Grooten has considerably extended and up to date the paintings of the 1st global Champion. He offers many glossy examples, established in his personal perform as a trainer of proficient youngsters.

In Chess technique for membership gamers you are going to study the fundamental components of positional realizing:
-- pawn structure
-- piece placement
-- lead in development
-- open files
-- weaknesses
-- area virtue
-- king safety
-- exploiting small advantages.

The writer additionally explains what to do whilst, in a given place, the elemental rules appear to element in several instructions. every one bankruptcy of this basic primer ends with a collection of hugely instructive exercises.

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