The Art of Chess Combination

The Art of Chess Combination What really is a chess combination It is a maneuver generally employing surprise and a sacrifice in which pieces work together to bring about a sudden advantage It is perhaps the most aesthetically

  • Title: The Art of Chess Combination
  • Author: Eugene Znosko-Borovsky Philip Walsingham Sergeant
  • ISBN: 9780486205830
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • What, really, is a chess combination It is a maneuver generally employing surprise and a sacrifice, in which pieces work together to bring about a sudden advantage It is perhaps the most aesthetically satisfying and successful technique in the game Some players believe that the combination is a spontaneous creation with no guiding laws the possibility springs up in theWhat, really, is a chess combination It is a maneuver generally employing surprise and a sacrifice, in which pieces work together to bring about a sudden advantage It is perhaps the most aesthetically satisfying and successful technique in the game Some players believe that the combination is a spontaneous creation with no guiding laws the possibility springs up in the mind like a flash of genius In this classic work, however, Znosko Borovsky proves that combinations can be studied He demonstrates conclusively that they need not be a haphazard occurrence, but may be prepared for as an integral part of a player s game.The great modern teacher begins by examining the games of master players, including Capablanca, Alekhine, Rubinstein, Nimzovich, Tarrasch, Reti, Mason, Morphy, Bird, Euwe, Emanuel Lasker, etc The games are grouped according to common features, and perceptively analyzed to determine what conclusions may be drawn Znosko Borovsky shows that every combination, however complicated, begins in a simple idea, such as an undefended piece, the bad position of the hostile king, the promotion of a pawn, or a discovered check.The Art of Chess Combination will improve the game of anyone who knows how to move individual pieces but finds it hard to plan many moves ahead to make the pieces work together The exposition is easily understood technical terms are almost completely avoided but clarity and precision remain In the teaching of chess he may claim to have no superior Philip W Sergeant.

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