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Chess Logic in Practice

Erik Kislik presents a wide range of specific concepts needed to play logically.

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Chess-players understand that it is vital to play logically, but often lack the methods needed to do so. In this book, renowned trainer Erik Kislik presents a wide range of specific concepts that will help them succeed. These include positional techniques, thinking methods, and modes of play to adopt when either better or worse.

Just the list of chapter titles shows how original Kislik’s presentation is. They include:

  • Painfully Slow Moves
  • Focal Points
  • Reciprocal Logic
  • Fighting against Centralized Pieces
  • When Playing a Bad Move Wins a Good Game
  • A Chronically Weak King

Throughout, the discussion is illustrated by a mass of examples from both recent elite chess and the play of Kislik and his students, showing how his themes cut across all levels of chess. After the book’s two main sections – Thinking Concepts and Positional Concepts – comes a section of exercises, again with a strikingly original theme: our task is simply to assess each position.

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Tel: +31-206241171

Haarlemmerdijk 173

1013 KH Amsterdam

Email: info@schaakengo.nl

Opening Hours:

Monday          13:00 till 18:00 

Tuesday         10.00 till 18.00

Wednesday    10.00 till 18.00 

Thursday        10.00 till 19.00 

Friday             10.00 till 19.00 

Saturday         10.00 till 18.00 

Sunday           12.00 till 17.00

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