On the Attack: The Art of Attacking Chess According to the Modern Masters

On the Attack The Art of Attacking Chess According to the Modern Masters This book explains how to build up an advantage in the game and how to convert that advantage into an aggressive strategy and into great attacking moves It teaches the best way to exploit weaknesses i

  • Title: On the Attack: The Art of Attacking Chess According to the Modern Masters
  • Author: Jan Timman Piet Verhagen
  • ISBN: 9789056911874
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book explains how to build up an advantage in the game and how to convert that advantage into an aggressive strategy and into great attacking moves It teaches the best way to exploit weaknesses in the opponent s position Timman has selected the most instructive attacking games of great players like Kasparov, Topalov, Karpov, Shirov, and Judit Polgar in order to explThis book explains how to build up an advantage in the game and how to convert that advantage into an aggressive strategy and into great attacking moves It teaches the best way to exploit weaknesses in the opponent s position Timman has selected the most instructive attacking games of great players like Kasparov, Topalov, Karpov, Shirov, and Judit Polgar in order to explain to amateur chess players the basic ideas of modern attacks and their successful execution.

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    One thought on “On the Attack: The Art of Attacking Chess According to the Modern Masters”

    1. This is a good book of modern attacking games. Perhaps a little too advanced for me. I need to play through more . I think this is for 1500+ ? maybe higher.

    2. The book covers three games from the next players: Karpov, Timman, Kasparov, Short, Sokolov, Ivanchuk (two wins with black!), Anand, Shirov (another player with two wins as black!), Topalov, Polgar and Volokitin.Timman, as the author, has put himself on this list, which makes sense having in mind how aggressively he can play. However, I think the book would be even better if he had excluded his games and put one more game from every other attacker.

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