Chess tactics for advanced players

Averbakh's Chess Tactics for Advanced Players self. Jen Gaias rated it really liked it Mar 26, The secondary theme is The Exchange Using the exchange to force a double attack. If you enjoy studying combinations and tactics, and if you want to improve your strength in these two areas, then this is the book for you!

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Try to create or threaten something similar in the original puzzle.

Randal Figgins is currently reading it Nov 04, I have no big difficulty in understanding advanced books, not out of being an advanced player but out of being used to reading Chess books. Even though they fall for begineer and elementry tactics. Published first published If anyone in Britain would like one, please send me a message.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Bunch5 rated it it was amazing Apr 05, Larissa Rivera marked it as to-read May 27, Donald rated it really liked it Feb 27, The ten refers to your latest ten puzzles in tactics trainer. Y ou now need to identify and address patterns that you consistently miss in your games.

Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Alexander Fontana is currently reading it Sep 25, White To Play "The uncovered Black bishops prompted White to work up a double attack on them by means of an exchange.

Karl Ouch rated it really liked it Sep 05, I've been playing for about seven years and studying semi-seriously for about half that time. What exactly constitutes an advanced player? It is rather small but pages thick.

Study Plan For Advanced Players: Tactics! -

Books by Yuri Averbakh. I'm not saying it's easier or harder in either, but the puzzles definately feel "wider" in chesstempo.

It touches on tactics indirectly, but is not about tactics per se. Tactjcs the text in the book talk you through it? Analytical Manual is a collection of Dvoretsky's columns, some on calculation and some on the endgame. Alberto rated it liked it May 31, Originally posted by Fat Lady When I'm reading a chess book I've found that I can often find the games in question on tactids.

You can do this drill individually, but it is recommended to work with a training partner.

I'm currently collecting books that would make a kind of a fine long self-learning course for me, starting with Silman's "How to Reassess Your Chess" and ending with Dvortesky's Manuals.

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Divesh Kumar marked it as to-read Jul 05, At the Advanced level, you should be familiar with all of the most dor tactical patterns.

There are many many more.

I was thinking about buying a book which focuses more on Tactics, "Attack and Defence" by Dvortesky and "Chess Tactics for Advanced Players" seemed to be good, but I don't know which to start with. Want to Read saving…. Sorry if this has already been addressed--did a quick search playerrs the sub and didn't find anything.

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