Couldn't find a free link, can anyone email me the pdf or put on dropbox? .com/ en/book/details//Modern-Chess-Strategy#. Newer. The successor to the best-selling Secrets of Modern Chess Strategy. John Watson. VEIttiin. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. Page 9. Chess Strategy, by Edward Lasker - Basingstoke Chess Club Modern Chess Openings, 13th Edition, by Nick de Firmian and Walter computer strategy when.
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Every chess player hopes to set off brilliant combinations and win games in a blaze of glory. Such combinations do not come into being by themselves, however; they appear only as the result of proper chess strategy. It is therefore surprising that so few books deal with this highly important subject, and understandable that Pachman's modern classic has been so enthusiastically received by chessplayers at all levels. This present volume, which condenses his great Modern Schachstrategie, presents his ideas and theories in a form that the English-speaking world can assimilate easily. Beginning with basic concepts and the rules of the minor and major pieces, it covers the use of the Queen, the active King, exchanges, various kinds of Pawns, the center and its use, superiority on the wings, minority attack, strategical points and weak squares, methods of attack and defense, and similar topics.
It is available for free download on the Internet Archive. Here's "Chess Strategy" by Edward Lasker. I don't think you will find them with algebraic notation I guess if you managed to find versions with digital text rather than scanned images, you could write a script to convert it for you. If you really need algebraic notation you should get the printed version, f. Oh, I missed the mate in one. Oh, now mate in one with merely a pawn on the 8th rank.
What a bug. I am thinking that you would do better to read some chess books that are up to date. Of course there is some kind of nostalgia involved reading books about the foundation of modern chess. And surely you will benefit from reading.
But, as with all theory, if you start in then good luck keeping up with the Kardashians.
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Remember me Forgot password? Hopefully this is what you wanted. Gerry "Is it interesting, the Watson book? Thanks FM Dikkie. I have ordered the book and is really looking forward to it.
Hello FM Dikkie: Would this book not be out of date, given today's modern approach a la Watson, etc.? Thanks, Gerry.
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Welcome, Guest. Please Login or Register. Discussion forum for ChessPublishing. Send Topic Print. Post Tools. I noticed this, too. I have to say, this makes me a bit angry. Chapter 1, On the Opening, is two pages, with the entire second page being a reprint of the introduction two pages earlier.
The first page of the Chapter 1 is three paragraphs covering the basics of shatranj. I have a hard time believing the author would limit a chapter on the opening phase in the game of chess to three paragraphs on shatranj.
The next chapter, The Centre, starts off with a reprint of the first page of Chapter 1. I am going to write Quality Chess to see if they intend to do anything about this. That's true EMC, like Alias said: Thanks, Gerry I had a holiday for a week, it reads easily.
You can adopt them still, maybe here and there with some little refinements. Like most of the Nimzowitsj book is usable but I suspect this Lipnitsky book is even more usable.
Of course some opening lines are outdated, but the heart of the matter is not the given opening lines but how to handle an opening line etc. After all of course it's not an openings book. The book teach you a lot about positional chess! I think it gives a good insight of how the Russians worked on chess in these days Maybe an unknown teritority also for Mr. But I don't know because like said I haven't read his book.
Is it interesting, the Watson book?