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El Mtodo Zugzwang
Author: Daniel Sanchez, Gm Herminio Herraiz Hidalgo
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1523300310
Pages: 176
Year: 2016-01-07
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Todo el jugador que quiere progresar en ajedrez se encuentra en la encrucijada de decidir qué estudiar y durante cuánto tiempo. Aunque existen infinidad de libros de ajedrez, el jugador de club, sea un jugador intermedio o avanzado, puede perderse entre la ingente cantidad que existe. Es por esto que, en la práctica, el exceso de información no se convierte necesariamente en conocimiento.El método Zugzwang pretende dar respuesta a este problema tan generalizado, desarrollando todo un conjunto de técnicas y procesos de pensamiento, para que cada jugador dirija su camino hacia el autoperfeccionamiento con eficacia y optimizando al máximo sus recursos.A través de un lenguaje pedagógico, una estructura muy cuidada y numerosos ejemplos de los mejores jugadores del mundo, El método Zugzwang pretende llevar de la mano a cada jugador hasta su próximo nivel.¿En qué te ayudará?:- Aprende técnicas probadas para ganar más partidas.- Prepara tus aperturas como lo hacen los GMs.- Pensado especialmente para jugadores de 1500 a 2200 puntos de ELO. Aunque cualquiera puede beneficiarse.- Aprende a pensar como los jugadores titulados- La valoración posicional efectiva en 5 pasos- Posiciones desequilibradas y equilibradas: cómo enfocarlas.- Cómo evitar analizar variantes innecesarias.- Cómo tomar decisiones buenas en tiempo récord.- ¿Qué hacer para no olvidar todo lo que estudias?- ¿Cómo evitar tener que memorizar lo mismo tantas veces?- Diseña un repertorio de aperturas fiel a tu estilo con un esquema muy efectivo- Técnicas de preparación de aperturas usadas hoy por Grandes Maestros.- Cómo encontrar buenos planes en el medio juego.- Planes típicos que primero debes estudiar.- Descubre los finales que primero debes conocer y porqué.Y muchísimo más...¿Quién ha escrito El Método Zugzwang?Daniel Muñoz Sánchez (autor)Nació en Madrid (España). Se licenció en Derecho por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Desde siempre le interesó la psicología. Por esta razón, estudió un Máster en Programación Neurolingüística e Inteligencia Emocional.A los 7 años, empezó a jugar al ajedrez y no ha parado desde entonces. Ha tenido la fortuna de competir en la División de Honor de la Liga Madrileña, aunque antes pasó por todas las demás divisiones inferiores. Ha formado a jugadores de equipos de ajedrez base,competidores individuales y ha enseñado a niños.Desde hace un año, divulga lo que sabe sobre ajedrez en la página web: www.thezugzwangblog.com con más de 35.000 visitas mensuales.También es colaborador de la prestigiosa revista online Chessbase y chess24.Él mismo puso en práctica las ideas que expone en este libro. Gracias a ello, incrementó su ELO FIDE de 1976 a 2100.Gran maestro Herminio Herráiz (coautor)Nació en Las Pedroñeras (España). Estudió Matemáticas en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Ha jugado al más alto nivel, representando a España en las Olimpiadas de Ajedrez de 2004 y compitiendo en importantes torneos internacionales (tercer puesto en el Campeonato de España Absoluto, Campeón de España Universitario, primer puesto en el Magistral de Elgóibar...). Actualmente, posee un ELO FIDE de 2456 y es FIDE Trainer (título superior de la FIDE).Aunque es un jugador profesional, dedica gran parte de su tiempo a desarrollar nuevos talentos y otros grandes maestros de prestigio internacional. También imparte seminarios y conferencias sobre ajedrez.El método Zugzwang es el primer libro en el que participa como coautor.
The Agile London System
Author: Alfonso Romero Holmes, Oscar de Prado
Publisher: New In Chess
ISBN: 9056917056
Pages: 336
Year: 2016-10-15
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It is not difficult to understand why the London System is such a popular chess opening with club players all over the world. Against virtually every Black defence after 1.d4 it offers White an easy-to-learn and reliable set of lines with interesting choices between strategic or more aggressive approaches, while avoiding tons of opening theory. Lately an increasing number of Grandmasters such as Alexander Grischuk, Gata Kamsky, Baadur Jobava, Richard Rapport and even World Champion Magnus Carlsen have played the London System. In this light it is surprising that so little has been published about this fascinating universal weapon. GM Alfonso Romero and FM Oscar de Prado have now filled this gap. In The Agile London System they present both historical material and recent top-level examples to provide a comprehensive overview. Romero and De Prado explain the typical plans and tactics using illustrative games with clear verbal explanations, and provide lots of tactical and strategic exercises. The authors reveal the secrets behind sharp ideas such as the Barry Attack and the Jobava Attack and have added an exciting chapter on the hyper-aggressive Pereyra Attack, developed by the Argentinean master Manuel Pereyra Puebla.
Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess
Author: Bobby Fischer, Stuart Margulies, Donn Mosenfelder
Publisher: Bantam
ISBN: 0553263153
Pages: 352
Year: 1982-07-01
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Programmed text offers experienced as well as beginning players the opportunity to develop chess skills.
John Nunn's Chess Course
Author: John Nunn
Publisher: Gambit
ISBN: 1906454825
Pages: 317
Year: 2014-03-01
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"Grandmaster John Nunn provides a complete chess education, covering decision-making methods and psychological factors in addition to the most important strategic and tactical methods."--Provided by publisher.
How Life Imitates Chess
Author: Garry Kasparov
Publisher: Macmillan Audio
ISBN: 1427202281
Pages:
Year: 2007-10-16
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How Life Imitates Chess is a primer on how to think, make decisions, prepare strategies and anticipate the future. Kasparov has distilled the lessons he learned over a lifetime as a Chess grandmaster to cover the practical side--tactics, strategy, preparation--as well as the subtler, more human arts of using memory, intuition, and imagination. It's a remarkably honest audiobook in which Kasparov--one of the world's most celebrated and successful competitors--details both his blunders and his victories, always with the intent to enable readers to absorb his lessons and do better for themselves.
My Chess Career
Author: José Raúl Capablanca
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 212
Year: 1920
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Thinking Inside the Box
Author: Jacob Aagaard
Publisher:
ISBN: 1907982345
Pages: 416
Year: 2018-01-17
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Jacob Aagaard describes his chess improvement philosophy, developed over twenty years of thinking about one question: How do we make better decisions at the chess board?He delves into such topics as: Chess psychology The four types of decisions we take at the board How to play simple positions What is calculation? How to analyse your gamesThinking Inside the Box is the ultimate self-improvement guide, written for amateurs as well as world-class players
Lasker's Manual of Chess
Author: Emanuel Lasker
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486316815
Pages: 400
Year: 2013-04-15
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Great chess master shares his secrets, including basic methods of gaining advantages, exchange value of pieces, openings, combinations, position play, aesthetics, and other important maneuvers. More than 300 diagrams.
CATARSIS CÁTARA
Author: Gabriel Silva
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291821732
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Improve Your Positional Chess
Author: Carsten Hansen
Publisher: Gambit
ISBN: 190460000X
Pages: 192
Year: 2004
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Throughout a game of chess, the players must constantly make judgements and decisions that cannot be determined simply by calculation. They must then rely on their positional judgement. Good positional skills are primarily developed by experience, but they can also be learnt. In this book, Carsten Hansen provides a wealth of advice and ideas that will help give readers a helping hand up to new levels of positional understanding. Paramount in this discussion is the player's need to weigh up positional elements at the board, and decide which are most important for the situation at hand. Topics include: the quest for weaknesses, "what is the initiative?", understanding imbalances, the relative value of the pieces, decisions regarding pawn-structures, structural weaknesses, and where and how to attack.
Chess For Dummies
Author: James Eade
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118162366
Pages: 384
Year: 2011-09-07
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For all levels of chess players, Chess For Dummies, 3rd Edition, brings readers an updated guide to the wide world of chess. Offering easily-understood explanations of the game and its components, this book is a must have for those developing an interest or looking for an extra edge in chess. Chess For Dummies, 3rd Edition: Offers easily-understood explanations of the game and its components Provides introductory chapters and then introduces readers to different perspectives on chess from strategy and etiquette, to winning defensive and offensive secrets Contains approximately 25% new material, including updated chapters on computer chess games, playing chess online, new tournament rules and much more
Chess Master Vs. Chess Amateur
Author: Max Euwe, Walter Meiden
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486279472
Pages: 314
Year: 1994-03-01
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Twenty-five chess games chosen, arranged, and annotated to help amateurs learn how to avoid a variety of weak strategic and tactical moves. Selected, with commentary, by World Chess Champion Max Euwe and by Walter Meiden, an amateur player, the games point out graphically how the chess master exploits characteristic errors of the amateur.
The Zugzwang Method
Author: Daniel Muoz Sanchez
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1536867101
Pages: 176
Year: 2016-08-02
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Do you find that no matter how much you study chess, your progress doesn't meet your aspirations? Would you like to feel the pleasure of victory much more often? Are you tired of losing "won games"? You don't have the settle with your level for the rest of your life! Visit the Website for more information: www.elmetodozugzwang.com * 200 pgs. of unpublished material . Not available in stores. * Read it in 7 days and change your habits permanently * Organize your precious time and optimize it! * Learn proven techniques in order to win more games. * Prepare your openings like the GMs do. * Intended for players from 1500 to 2200 ELO points * Learn to think like the titled players. * Position evaluation in just 5 steps * Unbalanced and balanced positions: how to focus them * How to avoid analyzing unnecessary variations. * How to make good decisions in record time. * How do you not forget everything that you study? * How do you avoid having to memorize the same thing so many times? * Design a repertoire of openings true to your style with a very effective plan * Opening preparation techniques used today by Grand Masters * How to find good plans in the middle game. * Typical structures with more effective influence. * Discover the endgames that you must know first and why. * And so much more... Authors: Daniel Mu�oz Sanchez (author) Born in Madrid (Spain). Received a Master's Degree from Universidad Complutense. Psychology has always interested him. Therefore, he obtained his Masters in Neurolinguistic Programming and Emotional Intelligence. At age 7, he began to play the chess and it has not stopped since. He had the fortune of competing in the Honor's Division of Madrid League , although before he passed through all the other divisions. He has developed chess teams and individual competitors from scratch and has taught children. For 2 years, he has been sharing what he knows about chess on his website:www.thezugzwangblog.com with more than 45,000 monthly visits. Also he is a collaborator for one of the most prestigious online chess magazines, Chessbase and has collaborated with Chess24 He himself put into practice the ideas that are shared in this book. Thanks to it, he increased his FIDE ELO from 1976 to 2100. Grand Master Herminio Herr�iz (coauthor) Born in the Pedro�eras (Spain). He studied Mathematics in the Universidad Complutense of Madrid. He has played at the highest level, representing Spain in Chess at the 2004 Olympic Games and competing in important international tournaments (third place in the Championship of All of Spain, University Champion of Spain, first place in the Magistral de Elg�ibar...). At the moment, he has a FIDE ELO of 2456 and is a FIDE Trainer (superior title of the FIDE). Although he is a professional player, he dedicates a great part of his time developing new talents and grand masters of international prestige. Also he gives seminars and conferences on chess.
Secrets of Chess Training
Author: Mark Dvoretsky, Artur Jusupov, Ken Neat
Publisher: Editions Olms
ISBN: 328300515X
Pages: 219
Year: 2006
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The world’s top trainer, Mark Dvoretsky, and one of his best-known pupils, grandmaster Artur Yusupov, present a five-volume series based on courses given to talented young players throughout the world. The books contain contributions by other leading trainers and grandmasters, as well as games by pupils who have attended the courses. In this first volume the reader is shown how to assess his strengths and weaknesses, analyze his own games, and learn from the rich heritage of the past by a study of the chess classics. Over a hundred graded test positions provide ample material for self-improvement.
The Road to Chess Improvement
Author: Alex Yermolinsky
Publisher: Gambit Publications
ISBN: 1901983242
Pages: 224
Year: 1999
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A US champion provides solutions to real life problems of improving ones chess.