It’s a fact that you can win some chess games just by playing one solid-looking move after another. But at the higher levels of competition, it’s not enough to play move by move: you need a plan. Chess Success is about making that plan. It shows, with fascinating examples taken from actual grandmaster games, why the solid-looking move the natural” move can often be a subtle blunder. Learn to make a better move by first looking at the pawn structure of the game and understand how it’s warped” by the positions of the pieces. Apart from this powerful new way of looking at chess strategy, the games with their unexpected twists are tremendously entertaining to replay.
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Neil McDonald is an International Grandmaster and a prolific chess author and trainer. Previous Batsford titles include The Art of Planning in Chess (071349025X), Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking (0713488948), The Sicilian Bb5 Revealed (0713489804) and The Benko Gambit Revealed (0713488689). He lives in Gravesend, Kent
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