Rabu, 23 Mei 2012

Secrets of Practical Chess - John Nunn


1
At the Board
Decision Making
The Tree of Analysis Revisited
Evaluation functions
When to analyse
DAUT
Safety-nets
When the tactics have to work
Implicit commitments
Positional thinking
The method of comparison
Making your opponent think
Oversights and blunders
Warning signals
‘Hard-to-see' moves
Time-trouble
Laziness
Determination
2
The Opening
Building a repertoire
Using opening books
Books on offbeat openings
3
The Middlegame
Good positions
Bad positions
Attack
‘Inviting everyone to the party'
Over-sacrificing
Defence
4
The Endgame
King and Pawn endings
Opposition
The Réti manoeuvre
Triangulation
Expect the Unexpected
Chess is more then counting
Rook endings
Rook and Pawn vs Rook
The extra Pawn
Positional advantage
Minor-piece endings
Knight endings
Bishop vs Knight endings
Bishop endings
Queen endings
Queen and Pawn vs Queen
The extra Pawn
Common endings without Pawns
Rook vs mior piece
Rook and mior piece vs Rook
Quick-play finishes
5
Using a Computer
Game databases
Playing programs

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