How to Play Equal Positions

The purpose of this book is to shed some light on the underlying principles that govern "boring" chess positions, bordering on equality. Such positions have gradually become the main dish of nowadays' chess menu because people have increased their level, their stamina, their desire to grind down wins out of nothing.
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The purpose of this book is to shed some light on the underlying principles that govern "boring" chess positions, bordering on equality. Such positions have gradually become the main dish of nowadays' chess menu because people have increased their level, their stamina, their desire to grind down wins out of nothing. 

The author proposes a clear streamlined method of thinking in dry equal positions without long-term plans. It is based mostly on correct evaluation and categorization of the position, and on move by move play. 

The book is not for novices, it assumes that the readers have mastered the basics already and wish to make the next step in their chess development.

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ISBN 9786197188325
Author/s Vassilios Kotronias
Pages 228 pages
Publication Date Jan 13, 2021
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Book Binding Type Paperback
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