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Batsford chess openings 2 (The Macmillan chess library) epub

by G. K Kasparov


Batsford chess openings 2 (The Macmillan chess library) epub

ISBN: 0020339917

ISBN13: 978-0020339915

Author: G. K Kasparov

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: Collier Books; 1st Collier Books ed edition (1989)

Pages: 413 pages

ePUB book: 1638 kb

FB2 book: 1728 kb

Rating: 4.3

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Batsford chess openings . .has been added to your Cart. Authored by Garry Kasparov and Raymond Keene. Certainly not the most up to date material on the wide variety of openings it covers, but it does explain each opening rather well

Batsford chess openings . Certainly not the most up to date material on the wide variety of openings it covers, but it does explain each opening rather well. Over 400 pages with a good Index at the back. I have referenced this book dozens of times and have found it very helpful. Contains several variations for all the main openings. 4 people found this helpful.

b)Batsford Chess Openings. Thank's in advance for your reponces!! kilimigir. Sep 16, 2013 i have the FCO:Fundamental Chess Openings very good book for opening i reccomend that one since i do not know the other one. royalbishop. Sep 16, 2013 First time i heard of Batsford Chess Openings.

Items related to Batsford chess openings 2 (The Macmillan chess library). BCO 2 is the definitive single- volume openings encyclopedia. it has been designed both for maximum ease of use and for maximum relevance to the needs of competitive players. G. K Kasparov Batsford chess openings 2 (The Macmillan chess library). ISBN 13: 9780020339915. Batsford chess openings 2 (The Macmillan chess library). it is the essencial book, whatever your standard of play.

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Most common chess openings and lessons that will help you to improve chess skills. Garry Kasparov is considered to be the greatest chess player of all time

Most common chess openings and lessons that will help you to improve chess skills. Garry Kasparov is considered to be the greatest chess player of all time. From 1986 to 2005 he was ranked world’s number 1 for 225 out of 228 months! Kasparov holds a record for winning 15 consecutive tournaments. He is also the youngest ever undisputed world champion at age of 22. A great deal of his chess success should be contributed to his opening preparation. Kasparov did such a great job analyzing positions at how that he has won many of his games due to home preparation. Here are the top 10 openings Kasparov plays.

A chess opening book is a book on chess openings. This is by far the most common type of literature on chess

A chess opening book is a book on chess openings. This is by far the most common type of literature on chess. These books describe many major lines, like the Sicilian Defence, Ruy Lopez, and Queen's Gambit, as well many minor variations of the main lines g6 (Andrew Soltis), but some are more modest: Starting out: the King's.

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This series of articles forms a 'chess school', taught by Gary Kasparov. Batsford Ltd. are proud to reproduce these lessons in book form. Gary Kasparov is World Champion. He was born on April 13, 1963 in Baku. Gary Kasparov, as the officially qualified challenger, has played two matches for the world championship with the 1975-85 title holder, Anatoly Karpov; the first was aborted after a record 48 games when Gary though trailing 5-3 had the initiative; the second in 1985 - one of the great encounters in world championship history - he won 5-3 with 16 draws. He was awarded an Oscar as the world's best chess player for 1982, 1983 and 1985.

BCO 2 is the definitive single- volume openings encyclopedia. it has been designed both for maximum ease of use and for maximum relevance to the needs of competitive players. it is the essencial book, whatever your standard of play.
An openings book is always a gamble because the moment you buy it, it is already out-dated. So why even bother buying this old book? Because it contains knowledge that remains current! However, as with ANY other openings book: Use a database to check your analyses and, why not?, a chess engine. As a reference book this is just as good as NCO or MCO but it is not intended to be an all inclussive treatise (at most it will show you what's played in this or that opening...)
I still go back to this book to check variations or learn about obscure things I face from time to time. All in all BCO's still serves me well.
What I like the most is its impecable format. Any variation you wish to find can be found efficiently and the evaluations at the end of the lines are fair.
Is it worth buying the book? Yes, if you don't mind it being outadated... See, some lines that are no longer fashionable are not included in the so up-to-date manuals and what if those are your bread and butter? This happens with BCO's in my case... And, since I check it with databases I don't see a problem with BCO.
Published in 1989. Authored by Garry Kasparov and Raymond Keene. Certainly not the most up to date material on the wide variety of openings it covers, but it does explain each opening rather well. Over 400 pages with a good Index at the back. I have referenced this book dozens of times and have found it very helpful. Contains several variations for all the main openings.