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Common sense in chess (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Emanuel Lasker

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Common sense in chess. 152 Pages.

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1.0 étoiles sur 5 The Kindle Edition of this book is not fit for sale 3 décembre 2014
Par billforsternz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This is definitely a great book, but unfortunately the Kindle edition is a disgrace. It appears to be transcribed from the paper edition with optical character recognition technology. Not a bad idea in itself - but OCR inevitably is less than 100% accurate and in this case ABSOLUTELY NO EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO CORRECT THE ERRORS. And so in the Preface we find the book title as "Common ^ense in Cfjessi" instead of Common Sense in Chess"! Unfortunately I am not joking. There is huge amounts of other gobbledygook littered through the book, rendering it completely unusable. If someone responsible happens to read this, please please please withdraw this book. I don't usually get angry about anything much - but in this case it's fortunate I only wasted $US0.95 or else I would likely be blowing a gasket over this!
9 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A summary of a Chessplayer's outlook 10 juillet 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Based on lectures given by Lasker in 1895 before the Hastings tournament these will give any reader the fundamentals of what chess is: s struggle between two carbon-based units, i.e. people NOT computers! Being poorly sighted I find the large print and even larger diagrams quite helpful, others may be put off. But please don't miss this book. It is a treasure to be dipped into again and again. Descriptive Notation.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Common Sense of yesterday can make sense today 6 janvier 2012
Par GoBoSox - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I like this book, I have the older Dover edition that uses descriptive notation, this book uses algebraic notation which is now standard but in 1895 when the young World Champion Lasker provided these lectures, descriptive notation was the norm in the US and Europe.

Enjoy the history and the style of writing.

Very many players have started playing Chess by studying this book and it is not about specific openings or variations but more about ideas on how to play. Right from the start, the intro discusses that chess is like a fight and it is not always about specific lines but more about a will of ideas... This a guide for the practical player - the novice will see a guide about how to develop your pieces, a beginner a guide how to analyse your games, the developing player a guide about attack, a guide about defense, a guide on how to conduct an ending ... Chapter 2 - lecture 2 covers some important ideas about the Berlin variation in the Ruy Lopez - I'm sure that former World Champion Vladimir Kramnik (and recent winner of the 3rd London Chess Classic) agreed with Lasker's basic assessment that Black gains a satisfactory position and he dusted it off and managed to hold former World Champion Gary Kasparov 3 times in the 2000 WCM - this reintroduction of an old defense helped GM Kramnik to a World Championship - I'm sure it wasn't this book that led to the decision to play the Berlin but GM Kramnik has been known to roll out variations that Lasker played over 100 years ago and would be surprised if it didn't play some small part in the decision back in 2000.

With respect to decisions, in chapter 6 he discusses the French and really hammers 3.Nd2 (the Tarrasch variation) as a sickly move, opening moves should not block the scope of 2 other pieces but 3. Nd2 is something I like to play versus the French (White's best line against he recommended 3... c5 involves a temporary pawn sac but with correct play Black usually holds the balance) - so time does change opening theory and perhaps prove Lasker wrong about certain variations but the ideas that he conveys are true today - his recommended variations are often still critical today and he didn't have a super computer buzzing around to test out his lines.

Even though I'm a fan of Lasker, this is an intro book so I do think the price is a bit steep.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Common Sense in Chess - a classic. 27 août 2013
Par Philidor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Emanuel Lasker was the world chess champion from 1894 to 1921. His book "Common sense in chess" was already regarded as a classic in his lifetime and survives as such to this day. It is a masterpiece of compression of ideas and their clear and and simple expression, which has no equal in the whole of chess literature. For his lectures of 1896 and the subsequent book, Lasker conceived a brilliant way of reducing the game of chess to a small set of basic principles, which could be applied to a wide variety of positions to help the club player. It begins with basic opening theory built around a handful of simple rules. Middle game strategy and tactics follow in the chapters on attack and defence, and finally there is a long endgame section with instructive examples. The chapters on attack and defence reveal Lasker's unique ability to condense matters to a single underlying principle, "obstructions". It is the attacker's business to remove them and the defender's to create them. In Lasker's hands chess really does seem to become simple. Finally, in the three lectures on the endgame the three basic endgame concepts are explained: the passed pawn, the active King and the principle of exhaustion (from the German "Zugzwang")
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Starter Book 9 janvier 2008
Par Raymond C. Sollars - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
The author of this book, Emmanuel Lasker is one of the immortal figures of chess and held the World Championship in the early 20th century for 27 years. This is a great little chess primer for the beginning student of chess. Learn and enjoy!
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