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The Silmarillion. Dan Brown. Fyodor Dostoyevsky. And Then There Were None. The chess player who studies this manual with full concentration will have all the necessary knowledge on endgame theory, although obviously it is not a bad idea to work on other books as well — John Nunn and Karsten Muller, to name only two, have written great books. The test of time is a book that shows the rise of young Garry Kasparov until winning the Candidates Cycle, as the story ends just before the match against Karpov.
In the book, we find the dreams that motivated Kasparov from the beginning of his career and we can get an idea of the aggressive and energetic style of play he has always shown, as well as the tireless work it took to reach the top. A curiosity: the preface to the Brazilian edition of this book was written by the author of this article. This is a book that I never cease to praise! I even wrote a separate review on ly old blog about it. This work is distinguished by its original format as the book depicts a conversation between a player of about rating Joel Sneed and a GM with a deep understanding of the game Boris Gulko , in which they talk about the decision-making process of a grandmaster, showing where it differs from the process of weaker chess player.
The work also contains many diagrams as exercises with the indication of the level of difficulty on each of them, which is another of its great attractions. For players who want to improve their positional play this is a great book. An essential book to improve our endgame technique — not to be confused with endgame theory. Technical positions are those with few pieces, but which are not theoretical — we do not need not need to know any of them from memory, but we should understand their principles.
The work had a profound effect on my game — to this day I consider technical play my strength in chess.
More important than the positions and analysis in the book which need a thorough review with the computer , are the ideas: calculation as the greatest weakness of most chess players and the willingness to work hard to improve. Indispensable collection for chess players of all levels.
Chess players with candidate master strength will benefit from the study of chess evolution. In addition, beginners will know a bit more about the history of the great champions. My favorite is Volume 4, in which Kasparov analyzes the legacy of the greatest chess player of all time in my opinion , Bobby Fischer. Now that you know my list of the best chess books ever written and how each of them can help in your training, it is time to have fun with them. Good reading and good studies!
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Great list of books. Just one correction: Gulko's co-author is Joel Sneed not Snowden and his rating is not Great white-up! But still: What makes a Chess book a great Chess book? Can't believe Test Of Time is not given more love. Alekhines book on his best games would be an honorable mention. I agree that both are great books.
Great list I think it is fair to say you would need to be at least for all of them Thanks for your suggestion. Maybe it's time for me to write this article.
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