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Techniques of Positional Play: 45 Practical Methods to Gain the Upper Hand in Chess (Anglais) Broché – 16 octobre 2013

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I am absolutely convinced that every (really every!) chess player will learn a whole lot from this book. For me personally it is one of the best chess books on the market today. --Martin Rieger, SchachWelt

One of the best books on positional play you're ever likely to read. --Paul Kane, Manchester Chess Federation

I am absolutely convinced that every (really every!) chess player will learn a whole lot from this book. For me personally it is one of the best chess books on the market today. --Martin Rieger, SchachWelt

The authors discuss moves that other books on chess have seldom if ever addressed (..) Each chapter is littered with fascinating ideas and strengthened with abundant diagrams. --John D. Warth, Chess Club of Southern Indiana

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Opening preparation is essential, but for aspiring players understanding the middlegame is even more important. Techniques of Positional Play, an improved edition of a Russian classic, teaches amateur chess players 45 extremely effective skills in a crystal-clear manner. Quite a few of these techniques will be revelations for club players, as they offer solutions for problems amateurs are often only subconsciously aware of. For example: How do you restrict the efficacy of your opponent s pieces? What is the best way to exchange a piece? How do you prevent your opponent from opening a file? Which rook belongs on the c-, d- or e-file? How do you castle artificially? The techniques are easy to understand and memorize. The authors present a wealth of practical examples and do not burden the reader with unnecessary deep analysis. There is a special training section at the end of the book where you can test your newly acquired skills

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C'est un livre pour joueur d’échecs de club (niveau 1700 ELO et plus)

Beaucoup de choses nouvelles pour le joueur moyen, qui deviennent vite claires grâce aux exemples bien choisis et bien commentés

La lecture des cas pratiques ("techniques") permet de comprendre comment des coups "positionnels" permettent d'entrer dans des finales supérieures et/ou d'imposer des solutions tactiques aboutissant au gain
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Book for Expanding Positional Technique 6 novembre 2013
Par Mitch - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It's still early November. Yet I'll be surprised if a better chess book is released in 2013 for the advance club player than Techniques of Positional Play by Valeri Bronznik and Anatoli Terekhin.

This is not a book for novices. Nor is it an introduction to the principles of positional chess. This is instead an excellent primer on the development of positional chess technique.

The very first technique is an excellent example: how to use a duo of wing pawns to paralyze the enemy knight. Ten examples follow. The next technique explores other ways of dominating knights with another eight examples.

This book is an English translation and adaptation of a Russian classic from FM Anatoli Terekhin. IM Bronznik has done a very effective job of organizing the book. The forty-five techniques are presented in ten chapters:
1.Restricting the enemy pieces
2.Creating breathing space for your pieces!
3.The clash between pawn formations
4.The rook pawn - an underrated fighter
5.Techniques in the fight for an open file
6.Some aspects of piece exchanges
7.Working with the king
8.Developing and activating the pieces
9.Along the diagonals
10.Other methods

There's also a small collection of practical exercises.

There is a brief introduction to each technique. Most are priyomes, so many also include an introductory diagram. A priyome, you ask? It's a Russian word for essential positional patterns.

For club players to improve, middlegame and endgame understanding is essential. If you work through the examples in this book with a chessboard in front of you, your chess technique is sure to be enhanced.

Strongly recommended for all advanced club and tournament players!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent book for intermediate to more advance players. 26 août 2015
Par voltron - Publié sur Amazon.com
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New in Chess published an excellent book called Chess training for post begginers, which is an excellent book for those looking to start studying chess from a positional point of view. What I found lacking in that book was the few excercises that came with it after each topic. Well since it was overall a great book I decided to order this book. What I noticed is that this books covers topics in the Chess Training book but builds on them as well as cover some other topics. So its like a level two of the Chess Training for post begginers. Overall this is a great book. You will cover positional ideas in chess that come into play many times but often miss by players who only think tactically. What I mean is lots of time people can calculate long force lines and find a good move, but when forced lines dont exist they feel stuck. More advance players already know that if there are no readily available tactics, to look for positional moves, like restricting an enemy piece on one side of the board and then attacking on the otther wing. .this book will cover ideas like that as well as other positional ideas like when to exchange a piece when not to, who to take advantage of colors (eg when the position dictactes a weakness on an opponents color) and many more topics. .this is a great book for move advance players looking to get into positional understanding of chess. If this is your first time diving into positional chess you may want to start with Chess training for Post beginners or My system before jumping into this book, as either of those two books will give you a foundation and this book will build on it. Again i see this book as a part two of the other book written by New in Chess. So if you liked the other book you will like this one too, as it builds on the that books and adds a few more topics.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Studying the classics 18 octobre 2013
Par A. Ali - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Just wanted to add my voice to that of the previous reviewer. We're told to study the classics, study the games of Rubinstein, Capablanca, and others -- but we're not taught what to look for. We don't understand the superior positional insight of those masters. This book -- the first to my knowledge -- makes it explicit. Even 2200 and 2300 players can learn from this book.

The book seems to have been published in Russian several years back and then translated into German in 2005. Only now in 2013 is it available in English. One wonders as to what other masterpieces they have available that haven't been translated.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the Finest Chess Books Ever 20 décembre 2013
Par james sirotnik - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The other reviewers of this book have done a good job of describing just how great it is. The book is intended for advanced chess players. It has just enough diagrams so that on a first read you can get the ideas the author is trying to present without bothering to set up a board. The diagrams are ultra clear-very easy to work from. On a second read you could set up a board and follow some of the longer lines of play. The ideas presented provide a wealth of ways to conduct a chess game in that critical stage of going from the opening into the middle game. Many of the ideas persist even into the ending. The book helps explain just why great chess players made the moves they did in famous games. It has been like a Rosetta Stone for me as it unlocks the wealth of chess history and makes playing over the games of the great chess players of the past easier to understand. The author provides what I think is original material on topics like placing your pawns depending of what bishops are still on the board-as he repeats the rules given by others in the past but adds on the exceptions to those rules to watch out for. The book is a feast of ideas for any serious chess player who wishes to arm him/her self with positional weapons which are truly world class. This is a book which will launch a new crop of players who will make their mark on the chess world. An instant classic. In many ways it is a continuation of the ideas presented in John Love's Positional Ideas in Chess as it fleshes out those ideas with practical examples and adds many new ideas also. I feel this book will make it onto many lists of the best chess books ever written. It is so rich in content that you come away from it feeling that you have indeed been fortunate to have had access to it. Anyone reading this will experience a quantum leap in their chess playing strength.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 but did a better job with it than any other book I can ... 1 août 2014
Par Tom Ewall - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book has taken on a common task of trying to explain positional techniques, but did a better job with it than any other book I can think of. The success is in breaking the concepts down to a finer level, and being able to provide very good examples to illustrate the concepts. So, for example, instead of having a chapter on rook play which is vaguely written with some example games (seems typical for many books I've seen), they have specific examples on some subject (how to open or close a file, or keep it closed), with specific examples, which are often just a few moves long, but which illustrate the technique. By doing things this way, they are able to present a lot more examples.

I would have liked more diagrams. Very few people are going to use a chess board to set up the positions in the book, so more diagrams would have been appreciated, as sometimes they go 30 mores or more between diagrams, which is a bit much to try to just move through in your head.

Also exercises at the ends of each chapter might have been nice, but this may be an impractical suggestion, as the book is quite long, and it wouldn't have been worth trimming out the examples for the sake of exercises. There are some exercises at the end of the book.
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