Attacking Manual 2


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por Jacob Aagaard

  • Editorial: Quality Chess
  • Páginas: 230
  • Dimensiones: 170 mm. x 240 mm. inglés
  • Idioma: inglés 
  • Fecha de la edición: 2010
  • Edición: 1ª
SKU: 9789197600415 Categorías: , Etiquetas: ,


Attacking Manual 2 the old masters dealt only with the static features of positional rules.

But, these are insufficient to explain the basics of chess. The problem is that chess, like other sciences, has undergone a dynamic revolution, but chess literature does not yet reflect this. In this major work Aagaard explains the rules of attack (the exploitation of a dynamic advantage), balanced between understandable examples, and deep analysis.

Five years in the making, this book deals with weak kings, sacrifices, various minor attacking themes, intuitive sacrifices, opposite castling, modern king hunts, and enduring initiative.

Attacking Manual 2

At first glance these books are no different from other serious manuals on the middlegame: instructive games are analysed and explained. But if you get into the books, it becomes apparent and revelatory how the examples not only explain ‘how’ the games are won, but also ‘why’ this was possible.

The reader will find very clear explanations for even the most complicated connections. The fluid change between deep analysis and sharp observations will create Aha! experiences for club players and grandmasters alike.”


Interesting ideas jump off the page. This is eye-catching material at its best… This is an excellent two-volume set – and that’s not just my opinion; they have recently been the joint recipients of the ECF Book of the Year award. They can rightly be considered the flagships of the Quality Chess productions.”

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