Item description for Secrets of Chess Training: School of Future Chess Champions 1 (Progress in Chess) by Mark Dvoretsky, Arthur Yusupov & Ken Neat...
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.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6.5" Height: 9.5" Weight: 1.2 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2006
Publisher Edition Olms
ISBN 328300515X ISBN13 9783283005153
Availability 0 units.
More About Mark Dvoretsky, Arthur Yusupov & Ken Neat
Mark Dvoretsky is considered by many to be the premier chess instructor in the world today. His comprehensive, best-selling Endgame Manual has been recognized as one of the definitive works on the endgame ever published; his Analytical Manual is also one of the most thorough treatments of the middlegame ever to be released.
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The book I have been looking for!! May 24, 2008
I literally just received this book in the mail and sat down with it for a few minutes just to see what it was about. In those few minutes (which turned into an hour), I was given more information about how to study the chess games of masters AND how to study my own chess games for maximum benefit than I had in all the other books I have looked combined!!
I was hoping this book would give me that info and it already has. I would normally not write a review for a book I have not been through but then I normally don't get this much information or inspiration on a first perusal.
Many books and chess improvement literature tell you to study classic chess games. Some even give you slight hints on possible methods for doing so. I have yet to see any methods shown for studying your own games...until this book.
If I have this much to go on after one hour with the book, imagine how much benefit I will get from studying the book! More on that later!