The Inner Game of Chess, Andrew Soltis, Mongoose Press , Paperback, Figurine Algebraic Notation, pp. $ (ChessCafe Price. The Inner Game of Chess has 66 ratings and 1 review. Every player has heard the saying, Chess is 99 percent tactics. It isn”s 99 percent calculati. Soltis, Andy. The Inner Game of Chess: How to Calculate and Win. Revised edition. Newton Highlands: Mongoose Press, PB pp.

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I started to study seriously chess 18 month ago, under the supervision of a coach.

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Some of the examples don’t hold up under computer analysis, but the ideas and concepts are still good. Jan 25, In closing I highly recommend his books, except of course for the one s I will be bidding on! The Most Instructive Games of Chess Ever Played is ideal for those looking to study beautiful games with clear strategic lessons. James Clark rated it really liked it Mar 29, It’s a good book, with many positions from real games, and partial games, but those that like to see how the position is reached will be disappointed.

Open Preview See a Problem? Nxb6 axb6 is rough material equality two pawns and a rook for two minor piecesbut the pieces would be much stronger than the rook.

He sees that he’s minus a rook and remembers taking an enemy piece. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Every player has heard the saying, “Chess is 99 percent tactics. Silman’s The Amateur’s Mind took me from to in four weeks, and I’m not even a third of the way through.

How to Calculate osltis Win. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I highly recommend it – it is written like there is a coach talking to you telling you everything that is wrong with what you have been doing.


Chess: The Inner Game of Chess : How to Calculate and Win by Andrew Soltis (1994, Paperback)

Two hew closely to their previous incarnations, while the third is an update and reworking of a classic. Tt rated it really liked it Aug 22, David Jacobs rated it liked it Nov 03, Paulrx04 rated it it was ok Dec 29, Chfss new edition includes not only very recent games such as Kamsky-Mamedyarov, World Cupand Carlsen-Anand, Moscowbut much of the original work has been has been corrected and expanded.

White appreciated that he has a poor game positionally because of the backward d-pawn and Black’s inability to occupy d4.

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Mark all topics as READ. Naum rated it liked it May 12, Kotov’s “Think like a Grandmaster” is a great book for novices. For those interested, I think it should be noted that this book doesn’t show full games. A penultimate and unedited version of the review is reproduced here. Think like a grandmaster isn’t for novices and Gaje Chess Openings is not anyone’s chess bible.

So, instead of the routine recapture The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously. Tactics in the Chess Opening, 5 volumes by Frisco Nijboer most oof first 3 volumes regarding to the white’s 1. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Each one would make a worthy addition to your collection.


Chess Paperback Signed Books. Another Soltis title, also from Batsford, has returned to the shelves, but this one involves a dramatic revision of one of his first books. He has passionate advocates and passionate detractors. Lists with This Book. But until now there has never been a book devoted entirely to this most mysterious and essential chess technique. Aagaard has two advanced books on the topic Excelling at Chess Calculation and Grandmaster Preparation: Soltis does not prescribe a specific method of calculation in this book; rather, he is content to break our calculative process into its constitutive parts so that we can see how it might work.

Most chess teachers will recommend that their students study the great games of the past as part of their training.

Ex-Library Chess Paperback Books. Very rarely do we examine the nature and structure of our thought processes. Alexander Fontana rated it liked it Sep 05, Want cyess Read saving….

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It contains sixty-two well analyzed games, each one possessing both artistic and educational value. Thank you for your time.

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Jed Read rated it liked it Feb 14, Return to Book Page. My thanks to the good folks at Chess Life for allowing me to do so. Jeremy Silman’s book The Amateur’s Mind is a curiously inspiring book. In this book he adds both humor and little stories about some of innner players and their opinions and analysis of other players.