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Street Smart Chess

Language:       English
Issue:                games
Level:               club player
Author:            Axel Smith
No Pages:        248
Edition Year: 2021
Measures:      17 x 24 cm
ISBN:              9781784831226
Published:    17 March 2021

 ISBN:            978-1-78483-121-9




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Street Smart Chess is an expert guide to scoring more points at the chessboard. When does it pay

off to play hard for a win? Or safe for a draw? And how do you adapt your playing style accordingly?


GM Axel Smith answers these questions, and more, by using a world-class player as a model for

each chapter. Learn how Magnus Carlsen grinds out wins from level positions; how David Navara

beats lower- rated opponents, and how Baskaran Adhiban beats higher-rated ones! Or serve-and-

volley in the opening like Peter Heine Nielsen.


Playing well is a good start in chess, but you also need to be Street Smart.

Axel Smith is the award-winning author of The Woodpecker Method, Pump Up Your Rating and e3

Poison, which were all enthusiastically received by readers and reviewers. Using the Woodpecker as

part of his training, as an adult he improved from a rating of 2100 to becoming a Grandmaster.

Axel Smith (born 27 June 1986) is a Swedish chess player and author.

Smith earned the FIDE title of Grandmaster (GM) in 2016.


Axel Smith is a Swedish chess player and author. Smith earned the FIDE title of Grandmaster in

2016. He is the author or co-author of several chess books including Pump Up Your Rating and The

Woodpecker Method.

He is the author or co-author of several chess books including Pump Up Your Rating (Quality Chess,

2013) and The Woodpecker Method (Quality Chess, 2018).




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