Key Elements of Chess Tactics by Georgy Lisitsin

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Key Elements of Chess Tactics by Georgy Lisitsin


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The first ever complete English translations of this legendary manual.

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Publication date:         March 12, 2024
Number of pages:       392
Weight:                           900 gram
ISBN:                               9781784832070

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Key Elements of Chess Tactics by Georgy Lisitsin (1909-72) was a respected Soviet master,

theoretician and writer. In 1958 he published a revised edition of his most ambitious work,

entitled Strategy and Tactics of Chess, which became one of the most legendary manuals in the

Soviet chess school, and no doubt one of the books that motivated the young Bobby Fischer to learn



Lisitsin broke down Strategy and Tactics into their key constituent elements, enabling players of all

levels to study chess systematically, learning from carefully selected game fragments and

studies. Key Elements of Chess Tactics and its companion volume  Chess Strategy are the first

ever complete English translations of Lisitsin’s classic.

Georgy Lisitsin

In Key Elements of Chess Tactics, Lisitsin illustrates key tactical concepts such as pinning,

discovered attacks and checks, deflection, interference and many more, building a foundation before

moving on to more complex and beautiful tactical themes.

Chess Strategy

Georgy Lisitsin was a formidable player who thrice won the Leningrad Championship – an event


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