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  • Broché: 352 pages
  • Editeur : Batsford Ltd; Édition : Tra (20 janvier 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1906388709
  • ISBN-13: 978-1906388706
  • Dimensions du produit: 3,2 x 15,9 x 23,5 cm
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j'aime bien ce livre car il me permet de bien m'entraîner et progresser au jeu d'échecs. Je vous remercie très bien.
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53 internautes sur 53 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A terrific buy 10 mai 2011
Par HPaul - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I'm an 1800 rated player. This book may sound, from the title, like just another book of puzzles, but it's nothing like that. It's a genuine organized tactics course, with good explanations of each position. The positions are grouped by theme so that after a few pages in each theme you are really learning what to look for. You can tell a lot of work has gone into the excellent selections and the clear comments on each position. The chapters are headed: Rook, Queen, Bishop, Knight, Pawn, Two Rooks, Rook & Bishop, Rook & Knight, Two Bishops, Two Knights, Bishop and Knight, Queen and Bishop, Queen and Knight, and Three Pieces.
I own several hundred chess books, and have enjoyed them all, but I don't hesitate to say that this is one of the best in my library, which is why I'm taking the time to recommend it. Considering that this book is selling for under $15, it's truly a steal. But it's a great book regardless of price. If you want to improve at chess, get this book. You'll be impressed.
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Tal's Winning Chess Combinations 2nd. Edition 26 avril 2011
Par Billy-Bob - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
When I got my copy of "1000 Checkmate Combinations," I started thumbing through it and found the book had a very familiar feel to it. I confirmed my suspicion by comparing this book with a copy of "Tal's Winning Chess Combinations." Both books are very similar. Whereas "Tal's Winning Chess Combinations" uses descriptive notation and 1000 Checkmate Combinations uses algebraic notation, "1000 Checkmate Combinations" has a few more extra examples in each chapter than "Tal's Winning Chess Combinations" and a few chapters have been moved around. The examples are all very lucid and clear. Many of us have wondered when someone was ever going to re-publish "Tal's Winning Chess Combinations." It looks like Batsford did just that! If anyone wants a real good book on Chess combinations or has thought about forking out about $90+ to buy a rare copy of "Tal's Winning Chess Combinations," buy this book instead and save yourself about $60+. If you buy this book, what you'll get is a second edition of "Tal's Winning Chess Combinations" in FAN retitled "1000 Checkmate Combinations."
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More than the Average Puzzle Book 30 juin 2011
Par M. Ararat - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I like the way that the topics are organized and the introduction to each chapter.
The book is organized by piece or piece combination themes instead of the more traditional pin,double attack etc.
Each chapter has an introduction(words and diagrams)describing the tactical properties of each piece or piece combination. Afetr the introduction you find some positions as examples, followed by the solution. At the end of each chapter is your turn to work on solving some positions. The number of positions for you to solve is different in each chapter (from 20 to 40).
You will find a mix of positions from games and studies. Practical player will benefit from the studies (calculation skills) and players reading the book for fun will enjoy the beauty of the positions (and solutions of course).

The content by Chapter

1. The rook
2. The Bishop
3. The Queen
4. The knight
5. The Pawn
6. Two Rooks
7. Rook and Bishop
8. Rook and Knight
9. Two Bishops
10. Two Kinghts
11. Bishop and Knight
12. Queen and Bishop
13. Queen and Knight
14. Thee Pieces
15. Solutions

The book has 336 pages and a double column layout. Again if you want to read the book for fun the intro and the example will make you happy. If you want to hone your tactical skill the problems at the end of the chapter will keep you busy.

Disclaimer:
I am not a professional reviewer, and my chess skill level is below Master Level (around 1930 USCF)
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A CLASSIC 15 février 2012
Par Mick Goblin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I HAVE JUST BEGUN STUDYING AGAIN AFTER A 20 YEAR LAYOFF. I HAVE SUSAN POLGAR'S TACTICS BOOK WHICH IS ONE OF THE BEST TACTICS BOOK TO OWN! WELL THIS BOOK IS AN ADVANCED STUDY OF TACTICS AFTER YOU FINISH SUSAN POLGAR'S TACTICS BOOK! A MOST EXCELLENT CHOICE, AND I UNDERSTAND A REQUIRED STUDY FOR MOST RUSSIAN CHESS STUDENTS. I GIVE IT FIVE STARS EASILY, BUT IF YOUR UNDER 1500 YOU NEED TO START WITH SUSAN POLGAR'S "Chess Tactics for Champions: A step-by-step guide to using tactics and combinations the Polgar way." IF YOU'VE NEVER STUDIED TACTICS OR NEED A GOOD REFRESHER, I WOULD SUGGEST WARD FARNSWORTH - "PREDATOR AT THE CHESS BOARD" BOOKS, OR YASSER SEIRAWAN'S "WINNING CHESS TACTICS."
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learn piece coordination 5 janvier 2013
Par PJ Fourie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have search for a long time for a book like this. I have many books on tactics. Most tactics and checkmate problem books are comprised of random problems. However, I find this book is the best way to learn how you should coordinate your pieces around the enemy king. I learn the checkmate patterns much much better in this book than in other books with random patterns. Simply because most typical patterns are covered and one learns to handle all your pieces.

I just feel that learning every piece (or a combination of two pieces) on its own is the "natural" way to learn typical patterns. For instance are there just so many ways that two pieces can combine in checkmate - by learning many possible variations you wont miss it in your own games.

(Just to clarify: when you learn how to mate with a piece or two pieces other pieces are may also be involved in the mating net however only one piece finally gives mate. So in the chapter on the rook for instance your other pieces are used to block enemy pieces or remove defenders but it is the rook that gives the final blow of course)

When I completed the book I will give an update how much my tactic solving on chesstempo or chess.com's tactics trainer improved.
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