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Breaks down the elements of Karpov's style. 21 février 2000
Par Robert Irons - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I'm a mixed fan of Mednis (I don't like his repertoire books, like "From the opening to the endgame," but his endgame books are superb), but this is an exceptional book. He breaks down the elements of Karpov's style both statistically and analytically, and does a good job of showing Karpov's approach to the game. Karpov's style may not appeal to everyone (not terribly exciting), but he always plays to win and is notoriously difficult to beat. Mednis shows the openings he plays, the middlegames he prefers, and his preference for clear endgames over advantageous middlegames. Most useful for ELO 1600+ players.
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A Great book!! 15 juin 2002
Par JIMMY SANDBERG - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is a must have for EVERY chessplayer.This book is very instructive.You will learn a lot from this book about chess strategy and positional play.The author Edmar Mednis once a strong chessplayer and with a victory against Bobby Fischer himself has done a great job on explaining the way Karpov plays. I remember Kramnik when asked how many chessbooks he had read . Kramnik said that he had not read that many books. But he said that he had a book with Karpovs games which he studied in depth.
If you want to understand Karpovs game you cant be without this book.Many people rate books with 5 points without hesitation but this book is a REAL 5 pointer.I have many chessbooks and this one is on the absolute top.It's just fantastic to see Karpov slowly squeeze and finally destroy his helpless opponents.
To me it looks like an anacondas victory over his helpless victims.The opponents often get desperat.
The author annotates with many words.You will get very much from every game.You can use the knowledge you get from this book on your opponents!
Buy it now !!
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Karpov is Dissected with this book 31 août 2002
Par Michael Reyes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Full Packed book on Karpov! It has statistics on Karpov's chess records during the 1970's era, which includes favorite openings used, wins / losses / draws against IM's and GM's, etc.
The work done by Mednis here is more for the "easy reading" type of chess player, unlike Botvinnik or Kotov's books which are jam-packed with variations and analysis and more analysis. The reader is to be entertained. Mednis often praises Karpov here when Anatoly makes those "multi-purpose" moves. Karpov has a knack of making such moves. Learn some of those tricks from this book.
I am a 1800 - 2000 rated player, and regularly play in the school-university tournaments. I used the material in this book (the openings Karpov plays, the karpov Middlegame Technique, the 'How -to-win-ala-Karpov' commandments that Mednis gave) to capture the gold medal in the year-round tournament.
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Worth it for Karpov Fans 1 janvier 2013
Par The F7 Pawn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The strength of this book is the method by which Mednis captures Karpov's playing tendencies. These can be reduced to the following general principles: 1) Play strong, solid openings 2) Avoid taking risks unless pressing against a weaker opponent or finding oneself in a must-win situation, and 3) Limit the opponent's options. Mednis does a good job in calling these principles out. The weaknesses of the book are mostly about timing. 93 of the 100 games are from the 70s and include ALL of Karpov's wins from 1970-1974. As one can imagine, when you cast the net this wide, you pull in a mixed bag of fish. So there are some weak opponents and some unforced blunders in this mix. The last two chapters contain seven games and were apparently hastily added. These include a smattering of good games from 1975-1981. These games are given in algebraic notation (unlike the previous 93) but are marred by typos (four in 20 pages) and lack the density of diagrams found in the earlier portion of the book. For example, I count only four diagrams for the remaining seven games whereas the first 93 games had 2-3 diagrams per game. Bottom line: Karpov's playing style, especially during this time period, is not everyone's cup of tea. But if you are a fan of his, which I am, I would recommend this book.
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I didn't know Karpov this way 23 juin 2002
Par Marc Lemelin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Before reading this book I thought Karpov was a kind of "Chess Beast". But now I know he became great 'cause of his patience and ability to read correctly the position without taking unnecessary risks. I was astonished to see the number of games he won in quite balanced positions because his adversaries were not able to keep the balance and let the draw run away.
The comments of Mr.Mednis are generous and easy to grasp.
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