New PDF release: Build Up Your Chess 1: The Fundamentals

By Artur Yusupov

ISBN-10: 1906552010

ISBN-13: 9781906552015

Artur Yusupov’s entire process chess education stretches to 9 volumes, guiding the reader in the direction of a better chess knowing utilizing rigorously chosen positions and recommendation. to ensure that this new wisdom sticks, it truly is then established via a variety of puzzles.
The direction is based in 3 sequence with 3 degrees. the basics point is the best one, past the fundamentals is more difficult, and Mastery is kind of tricky, even for superior players.
The a variety of themes – strategies, technique, Positional Play, Endgames, Calculating adaptations, and Openings – are unfold flippantly around the 9 volumes, giving readers the opportunity to enhance each region as they paintings throughout the books.
This publication is the 1st quantity on the basics level.
The building up Your Chess sequence received the celebrated Boleslavsky Medal from FIDE (the global Chess Federation) because the most sensible educational chess books on this planet.

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1¥fc5 �b5t! ( l 6 ... 1¥ffI 1¥fxfI#) and in the game Chernov - Oplackin. USSR 1 972, White resigned. lt>gl 1¥ff2#. lt>dl �d7+) with only a slight advantage for Black. 1¥fd5t? f4? ic4! 1¥fh4t) 1 3 ... lt>gl 1¥ffI#) 1 5 ... Harrwitz, Paris IB45. 10 �e8! Black develops his pieces very quickly and exerts pressure on the centre. Wib3t? Diagram 3-4 'In moving about with the queen White is losing some more time. d5 Black fights for the centre. �e6!? 1¥fxb7 1¥fd7 with the initiative. • 7 6 5 4 3 2 a b c d e f g h 32 Basic Opening Principles �.

White wins no matter whose move it is! { b4!? There are other logical moves which do not lose! {e3! Black spots the trap! Wc50. { c3! Wc5?? We4-+. 2 W e4 White loses the d-pawn. But he can keep the opposition and defend the key squares c3, d3, e3. W c2! Wd2?? W e2 d4 Black has no other way. Now White can easily draw. 8. W dI! We l ?? Wdl d20 9 ... We3 10. { d3 stalemate. •. 47 b c d e Examp le 7 f g h g h +- 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 a b c d e Example 8 f = Endgame 1 ) The rule of the square For situations in which both kings are far away from the pawn, the rule ofthe square is a useful concept.

TDxd7 Now comes a pretty finish. �b8t!! tDxb8 8. 1! lbxd5? loses to 2... Wxd5 Elalt-+. Wc5t-+. Wd2 e4! f4 there follows 4 ... d4!. 4 ... Eld2-+. �e2 �f2# Ex. Yusu ov - Khatib Tunis ( I ) 1 979 White should prevent his opponent from castling. The c4-pawn is not important. ,ih6! (2 points) White is better, since the black king is left in the middle. xc4, since after 1 . ; Black brings his king to safety. Wc2 b6?? Diagram Ex. if4, since instead White can win a pawn! Always check out the active moves first!

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