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Problem 26 has Black losing to a Knight Fork that can easily be avoided without an immediate win in sight for White.

Problem 27 has Black immediately snatching a pawn and losing, when he can easily decline its capture with equality. That being said, this book is still one of my favorites, especially since I've learned a bit by correcting or finding improvements on Reinfeld's solutions.

I have read this book at least 3 times and his annotations are wonderful. He picks about of, in his opinion, Capa's greatest games, and walks you through the most critical points of every game and explains the idea behind pivitol moves.

Although his book is not as hailed as Golembek's book on Capablanca, it's about 2 times cheaper than Golembek's. I have it right in front of my as I write this, the paperback edition, Pocket Books a Permabook cents!

1001 Brilliant Ways to Checkmate

This little book taught my whole family how to play, and I still refer to it now and again, 46 years later. Not a bad investment, eh? Mar Knight13 : I've gone over Reinfeld's "The Complete Chess Player" book and he puts in a lot of unnecessary exclamation marks on moves that don't require it!

It is a modular, and more systematic method of working on tactics. After that I go to Chessgames.

These are defenses where 2. The Colle goes back at least years, so why not ways to combat it as well? Marshall had some answers.

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It is somewhere on Chess Showcase, one of the " Immortal Classics " of the game. Throughout your life you will hear "study the games of the masters. Bobby Fischer is now one of those who has passed into chess history.

Very practical indeed. Also found on the web to download. Otherwise what would be the point of tactics studies? Databases help you to bypass almost all chess traps, many of which, using databases, you are not even aware of since databases do not suggest losing moves.

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So, do not get hung up on openings. Openings do not win chess games. If databases help you decide moves that is fine, but grandmaster games take you a step beyond that.

Efim Geller played the Opencensky Variation against the Sicilian Najdorf 30 times including games against Fischer and never lost a single game. All were either draws or wins. Geller was playing it against GMs in the 40s and 50s while Fischer, as a school boy, was still trying to keep up the the latest openings variations of "The Russian School" in Russian pamphlets.

1001 Brilliant Ways to Checkmate (Chess lovers library) by Fred Reinfeld

Geller has more of a fluid style of play, like Vladimir Bagirov had with Alekhine's Defense. I like to look at Marshall's games with the Petroff Defense. Kramnik is the best with the Petroff. He has played it more than any other grandmaster but only he uses it primarily as a weapon to draw with grandmasters rather than beat them. He has an incredible numbers of draws versus wins with the Petroff or Russian Defense. Marshall had to attack at all costs and like Tal and Diemer he often gave away too much material doing it.

If wins were awarded in drawn games for "fighting spirit" Frank Marshall would have had a lot more won games. There is so much information on the Petroff Defense, the Najdorf and Lasker's Defense to the Queen's Gambit Declined that no one with proper tactics and endgame techniques should have to lose playing them.

One international master I know began his career learning the Petroff Defense completely because he thought the Sicilian was too complicated for him. When he did begin playing the Sicilian he began with the Boleslavsky Variation.

I like the games of Alekhine which were less speculative than those of Tal. I can see that Bagirov studied Alekhine's published games even while World War II was going on as their styles were similar. He was in that regard a pupil of Alekhine.Also found on the web to download.

Choose openings that fit your style. As far as this chapter is concerned, nothing less than checkmate will serve as the goal. Determine M.

Throughout your life you will hear "study the games of the masters. Problem 26 has Black losing to a Knight Fork that can easily be avoided without an immediate win in sight for White. Another old classic is Hans Kmoch's Pawn Power in Chess which concentrates on how pawns, "the soul of chess", coordinate with each other and with pieces.

Problem 27 has Black immediately snatching a pawn and losing, when he can easily decline its capture with equality. Can any levers or piece maneuvers be used to force isolated pawns, backward pawns, or holes in both pawn structures?

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