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Published by Batsford .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Chess,
  • Games,
  • Games / Gamebooks / Crosswords,
  • Games/Puzzles,
  • Chess - General,
  • Games / Chess,
  • STUDY AIDS - SPARKCHARTS

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7796366M
ISBN 10071349025X
ISBN 109780713490251

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It’s the creative ability to develop a far-reaching plan. In this indispensable follow-up to his incredibly successful Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking, International Grandmaster Neil McDonald takes a penetrating look at more than 40 of the most outstanding games of the last 25 The difference between a Grandmaster and an ordinary chess player isn’t just sheer brainpower/5(2). The Art Of Planning In Chess. The difference between a Grandmaster and an ordinary chess player isn t just sheer brainpower. It s the creative ability to develop a far-reaching plan. In this indispensable follow-up to his incredibly successful Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking, International Grandmaster Neil McDonald takes a penetrating look at. The follow-up to Neil McDonald's incredibly successful 'Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking', this insightful book takes a close look at some of the most outstanding games from the last six years, commenting on every single move as the game unfolds. This time, however, the emphasis is on planning, and how the players pl5/5(1). ART OF PLANNING IN CHESS: MOVE BY MOVE (BATSFORD CHESS BOOKS (HARDCOVER)) - COMMON By By (author) Neil Rating: % positive.

The art of planning in chess: move by move. [Neil McDonald] -- "The follow-up to Neil McDonald's incredibly successful Chess: the Art of Logical Thinking, this insightful book takes a close look at some of the most outstanding games from the last six years. A follow-up to Neil McDonald's incredibly successful 'Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking', this insightful book takes a close look at some of the most outstanding games from the last 6 years, commenting on every single move as the game unfolds. This time, however, the emphasis is on planning, and how players plan their strategy many moves ahead.5/5(2).   As indicated in its title, strategy is the topic of the book The Art of Planning in Chess (Batsford, ) by Grandmaster Neil McDonald (pictured). The book consists of 36 annotated games that are selected to illustrate how strategy can evolve around piece or pawn related thematic principles. The Art of Planning in Chess - Neil McDonald - even better (and more advanced) than his good anthology The Art of Logical Chess Thinking - the third book in this "Chess Secrets" series is Chess Success: Planning after the Opening and then Giants of Strategy and The Giants of Power Play - all good!

  The missing piece of the puzzle which allows one to see the "big picture" and to play chess with a plan, is provided by an understanding of the concepts of positional chess. Positional chess begins with looking at, evaluating, a chess position for the purposes of understanding what it is telling you about what you should be doing (or not doing), and indicating an appropriate plan of action.   Therefore, let me read to you a snippet from the chapter, “The Art of Planning”, in my upcoming book A Promoted Pawn: My Chess Journey. This concerns an important time in my chess development, when I learned the true value of planning. In this lesson, you will see how I analyzed my own game with my coach, GM Vladimir Malaniuk. Chess Success: Planning After the Opening - download book Chess Blueprints: Planning in the Middlegame - download book The Art of Planning in Chess: Move by Move - download book. (Note: the non-anthology A First Book of Morphy by del Rosario can be read here) Simple Attacking Plans - Wilson - contains a variety of master-master, master-amateur & amateur-amateur games; The Most Instructive Games of Chess Ever Played - Irving Chernev; The Art of Planning in Chess - Neil McDonald; Winning Chess Brilliancies - Yasser Seirawan.