Understanding Chess Exchanges by Bagheri & Salehzadeh

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Understanding Chess Exchanges by Bagheri & Salehzadeh

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Understanding Chess Exchanges shares expert insights into using exchanges as a strategic weapon. Your newfound knowledge will then be tested using exercises taken from elite modern practice.

Weight:                      814 g

Book options:         Hardcover

Publication date:  31 January 2024

Pages:                       352

Book Author:        Amir Bagheri, Reza Salehzadeh

 ISBN :                     978-1-78483-199-8

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Descripción

Understanding Chess Exchanges by Bagheri & Salehzadeh Have you ever wondered how chess

grandmasters always seem to know which pieces need to be exchanged? Or how an attack is

influenced by the number of pieces on the board? When should we keep the queens on, and when

should we switch to an endgame?

 Hardcover

Understanding Chess Exchanges shares expert insights into using exchanges as a strategic

weapon. Your newfound knowledge will then be tested using exercises taken from elite modern

practice. With a particular focus on Magnus Carlsen – the master of exchanges – this book reveals

the principles behind a vital part of chess strategy.

GM Amir Bagheri

Chess mastery is the art of knowing when principles should be followed and when they must be

broken. This book guarantees that you will not only become familiar with the typical guidelines, but

also learn about their exceptions. Filled with tips, principles and practical advice, Understanding

Chess Exchanges is an invaluable asset to a chess player’s arsenal!

 chess strategy

This is the kind of book that the enthusiastic chess enthusiast who wants to take his game to a higher

level should read cover to cover. Maybe not once, but several times. Not because it contains

ambiguities. The commentary is well organized and very extensive, but it is necessary to get a good

grasp of all topics. Because it is a very complex matter.

GM

GM Amir Bagheri is an experienced player and coach from Monaco, and was the second-ever

Iranian to achieve the grandmaster title.

Amir Bagheri is an Iranian-Monegasque chess grandmaster. He is the second Iranian to achieve the

title of grandmaster. He qualified for the 1999 FIDE World Chess Championship but did not play due

to visa problems. He was eliminated in the first round of the 2000 FIDE World Chess Championship.

Author

Mohammad Reza Salehzadeh is a FIDE Trainer and respected chess coach from Iran.

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