“One of the few books which, at a glance, one can recognize as an immortal.” — Chess. Profoundly original discussion of pawn play isolates its elements and. Chess. The proper use of pawns — of paramount importance in chess strategy Hans Kmoch played with distinction in several international tournaments and is. In his classic work Pawn Power in Chess, Hans Kmoch calls this move a liberation lever. Don’t be put off by Kmoch’s arcane nomenclature – Pawn Power is a.
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Byebyebadman rated it really liked it Feb 02, Hans Kmoch played with distinction in several international tournaments and is the author pawn power in chess hans kmoch a hns of books and columns on chess and chess tournaments. For exemplary works on how monographs on specific openings should be written, anything by John Cox.
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Thomas Hanawalt rated it it was amazing Jan 11, Author Post time Subject Direction: I do not have Soltis’ book, so I was curious to know if anyone has read it and if it is similar to Kmoch’s book? I had to make a cheat sheet for the terminology, but the concepts were very helpful for me. Here is essentially everything you need to know about how to pawn power in chess hans kmoch use your pawns – primarily within the context of middlegame strategy.
Pawn Power in Chess
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Dan rated it liked it Mar 26, However the algebraic edition does look to be a very well-produced book – binding, typography, paper quality etc.
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And, I submit, there is no better book than “Pawn Power In fact, I’m guessing that once one embraces the jn and appreciates its concise efficiency of description, one will learn to appreciate it. Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered. Jonathan Wijaya rated it really liked it May 29, pawn power in chess hans kmoch Michael Koehler rated it it was amazing Aug 05, Bronstein’s Candidates 53 book etc.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Years ago I would have said Estrin and Panov, Comprehensive Chess Openings was good for beginning players, or Euwe’s De opening 7 volsbut they are dated. May 12, Subhash.
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There was also a similar book on hanging pawns. As for the now supersceded “descriptive” notation. Nevertheless, any reasonably serious chess player should be capable of easily learning descriptive notation. Vince rated it really liked it Dec 07, I own a copy but have only scanned it briefly as I prefer to work with the Dover, descriptive notation edition.
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Ayush Mehta rated it really liked it Dec 02, Chris Houlden rated it liked it Jun pawn power in chess hans kmoch, Much lauded books that I have read and loathe include: Strangely my openings these days don’t lead me into many IQP positions, but I love them when they do arise and – due mainly to this book – I play them with confidence, if perhaps with less competence!