Can average chess players learn to plan their games like a grandmaster? Anatoly Karpov the winningest world champion in history says yes! With examples from his own matches, he breaks planning down into logical steps: evaluate the position, mobilize your forces, guard against threats to your king, control open lines. Through an orderly process, the attentive student will arrive at not just a plan, but the right plan. And as Karpov himself says, Finding the right plan is the key to success.” Warmly and accessibly written, the book is an irresistible invitation to absorb a bit of the Karpov magic.
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Anatoly Karpov is a living legend; he dominated the chess world for over a decade as the world chess champion between 1975 and 1985. Garry Kasparov dethroned him and the two ideologically opposed Russians have had a bitter rivalry ever since. He is considered the best positional player in the history of chess and is the author of several other books on chess theory.
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Descripción Batsford, 2010. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111906388687