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CLEARANCE - Winning the Won Game

Lessons from the Albert Brilliancy Prizes

Every chessplayer who aspires to achieve chess mastery must learn the techniques for winning a won game. It is the perennial problem which confronts players at all levels of play. This book will enable chessplayers to better recognize their positional advantages and the ways in which these can be used in order to bring them closer to victory.

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Every chessplayer who aspires to achieve chess mastery must learn the techniques for winning a won game. It is the perennial problem which confronts players at all levels of play. This book will enable chessplayers to better recognize their positional advantages and the ways in which these can be used in order to bring them closer to victory. It also provides many instructive examples of using this knowledge to reach a faster and more spectacular victory.

Mr. Paul M. Albert, Jr. has been donating over $2000 per year to the most brilliantly played at both the Women's and Men's United States Championships for over 20 years. This book presents, describes and illustrates the most significant examples, with emphasis on what can be learned from them in terms of winning a won game.

Dr. Danny Kopec is an International Master who is both a professor of Computer Science and a noted chess author and educator. His book Mastering the Sicilian is also published by Batsford. Lubomir Ftacnik is a Grandmaster and one of the top players in Slovakia. He is also a highly respected chess author, analyst and trainer.
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Shopworn No
ISBN 854688189003
Pages 206 Pages
Publication Date Dec 31, 2003
Notation Type AN - Algebraic
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