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Technique in Chess Format Kindle
|Longueur : 216 pages||Optimisé pour de plus grands écrans||Langue : Anglais|
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Abrahams was a barrister in England, whose avocation was chess (he published several books on chess as well as law). This book is not really for the absolute beginner, but for those who have developed some knowledge of the basic movements, some love for the game, and are interested in bettering their strategy for more competitive play. 'Primarily this collection of examples of methods of play is designed to help the novice.'
Gerald Abrahams (1907-1980) was a very strong amateur who was playing master-level chess by the 1930s. He is credited with the invention of a variation of the Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav Defence, known as the Abrahams-Noteboom variation. He scored highly in several major tournaments, including one in Nottingham in 1936, and in an Anglo-Soviet game on the radio in 1946.
Abrahams uses a lot of endgame examples, for as he states, this is where the particular functions of pieces can be isolated and examined in more detail. However, he also uses a lot of earlier game and full-game examples, before specific advantages have been solidified in the play.
Abrahams likens the discovery of strategy and technique in chess to the discovery of prose by Moliere's M. Jourdain - when he was taught prose, he discovered that he had speaking in prose all his life. Many chess players already have some basic strategies, tactics and ideas.Lire la suite ›