Kasparov's Winning Chess Tactics

How He Thinks, How He Moves

Product Code: B0016SS


Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Author: Bruce Pandolfini
Year of Publication: 1986

Pages: 208
Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)

Book DescriptionRussian grandmaster Gary Kasparov is the youngest world champion ever. He is renowned for his aggressive play and superior tactics, which the author, a U.S. national chess master, analyzes in this book of recapped pivotal positions. Pandolfini opens with a brief biographical sketch on Kasparov and then proceeds to discuss how Kasparov responded or might have responded to 150 or so actual and hypothetical situations. Each example is prefaced with the name of the players, where and when the game took place, and the name of the tactic that Kasparov used. A chessboard illustration showing Kasparov's predicament is then followed by the author's notation-encrypted analysis

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Product Details

ISBN 9780671619855
Manufacturer Simon and Schuster
Author(s) Bruce Pandolfini
Pages 208 Pages
Publication Date Jan 1, 1986
Notation Type AN - Algebraic
Hardcover? N/A
Book Edition N/A

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