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Opening Tabiyas - Just Enough Detail 15 septembre 2013
Par Randall K Julian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Beginners are coached against spending too much time studying the opening. In the beginning it's tactics, tactics, tactics. But if you have been working on tactics every day and know some basic endgames, then knowing some of the ideas and plans behind the openings is a good idea - as long as you don't over do it (your class-level opponent is not going to cooperate anyway). If you are a fan of Dan Heisman's Novice Nook (A Guide to Chess Improvement: The Best Of Novice Nook and know about his idea of Opening Tabiyas, then these are the books for you. Dan has even put a series of videos on ICC using these books as the basis giving improving adult beginners some opening training. I can highly recommend these books and the Dan's books and videos. If you are a class player these are just right.
A Decent Value 1 mai 2015
Par David Milliern - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I really teetered between four and five stars for this book, and I just can’t give it five. The deciding factor is that I think Emms is a little bit unclear in his writing in some places, dropping a misplaced pronoun with sentences like “And he’s fine.” There wasn’t anyone being talked about, in particular, previously, so who is “he.” I haven’t had this problem with the other “Starting Out” books (Ruy Lopez, Caro-Kann, and Dutch), so it’s certainly not me. This happens in in a few places in the text, but it isn’t rampant or anything. The major reason the book pushed me on the side of 4 stars is that I think it is a monumental task to put this book kind of general introduction to the Sicilian together, and it is an achievement just doing so, as John Watson’s blurb says, but it is nearly impossible to do a great job with this project. I felt some of the lines of discussion that were given on lines was a bit too much and overly complicated for a “Starting Out” book. Compare this to others in the “Starting Out” series, and I think you’ll come away from each variation with the key ideas, objectives, and popular mentalities that go into plan construction for that variation. In Emms’ book, my take away was decent, but much vaguer in some cases. Finally, the minor detraction I haven’t mentioned is that Emms includes games that do not represent the latest in theory, but that are, as he says, some of the funner games. That’s okay, but the idea of including practical games as concrete examples is to show the execution of ideas mentioned in the body of the chapter. Therefore, not only are the ideas in a variation sometimes vague in a section or chapter, but the practical games don’t serve as a presentation for the ideas.

Aside from these downsides, I think this is a good book to launch yourself into play against the Sicilian or to employ the Sicilian. Everyman has an excellent recipe in this “Starting Out” series, and they are typical so good as a first introduction to an opening that I think it is nearly a waste of time to habitually remark on all of the positives, but I’ll list a few. The books in this series, Emms’ included, are well organized, the diagram choices are exceptions, the content is relevant to popularly played club games AND to the international scene, the lightbulb indicators (symbols used in the text) are usually extremely helpful, as are the boldfaced notices for dangers, and the books are reasonably sturdy. I haven’t found a better first-introduction to the Sicilian, and I trust “Starting Out” by name.
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not that detailed 14 mai 2013
Par Jose M. Linares - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have all volumes which I ordered as a set. Ordered based on other reviews. been playing chess for a long time, 40+ years. These books are shy of being almost worthless when it comes to details. dont buy them
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