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How to Defend in Chess

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Published by Everyman Chess .
Written in English

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages224
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    Open LibraryOL8999845M
    ISBN 101857442504
    ISBN 109781857442502
    OCLC/WorldCa44725155

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How to Defend in Chess by Colin Crouch Download PDF EPUB FB2

How to Defend in Chess is a masterly work in its historical scope and understanding. Crouch's offering is, arguably, the finest ever written on the subject. Paradoxically, I came away from reading this book with a sense of /5(14).

I'm thinking of Starting Out: Defensive Play, How to Defend in Chess by Crouch (mostly for the heavily annotated Lasker and Petrosian game collection so it's better than a strictly defensive book), and Practical Chess Defence by Jacob Aagard. Starting Out: Defensive Play is an obvious starting point.

This new book by Crouch is a worthy addition and arguably the best of the lot. To those familiar with Crouch's other books, no explanation is required concerning the quality of what he writes. His books such as 'Hastings ', 'Attacking Technique' and 'Pawn Chains' are out- standing.

'How to Defend in Chess' is of a similar high quality/5(13). After acquiring proficiency in chess tactics, and having gained exposure to the four primary principles of chess (Force, Time, Space and Pawn Stucture) introduced in Yasser Seirawan's "Play Winning Chess" (above), this is the book to begin your study of POSITIONAL CHESS - the essential foundation for playing chess at the highest levels.

If you can defend against Fischer, you can defend against anyone. Bobby Fischer, playing White against Efim Geller, is on the attack and threatens the deadly Qh6. Find a way to make this irrelevant and keep your extra piece. You will need to combine attack and defense.

This book, which shares its title with an earlier effort by Andrew Soltis, is devoted to defence in chess. I bought it, and read it from cover to cover - with pleasure, BUT with almost zero benefit. This obviously demands an explanation!/5(5). Chess is developing faster now than ever before in history, and the appearance of strong chess computers has changed the way players think.

In the past many positions would have been rejected on principle as impossible to defend, and even the best players would shy away from capturing material if it meant that they would have to face a difficult defense.4/4(5). Book on Chess Defence.

winner #1 Read what Watson and Silmanm wrote about this book. Colin Crouch "HOW TO DEFEND IN CHESS " Alas Colin Crouch is one of the best chess writers in the world.

Some of his books are gems of chess literature. Good Luck in finding this book. And is reading in a refreshing view of the the. Challenge the Computer to an Online Chess Game. Try playing an online chess game against a top chess computer. You can set the level from 1 to 10, from easy to grandmaster.

If you get stuck, use a hint or take back the move. When you are ready to play games with human players, register for a free account. Some years later () we got another good book with the exact same title (The Art Of Defence In Chess), this time by Polugayevsky and Damsky.

Note that the Soltis book incorporated the American spelling of the word defense, while the Polugayevsky book. This book fills the gap admirably. Following a survey of general defensive methods in chess, Dr Colin Crouch investigates the techniques of World Champions Emanuel Lasker and Tigran Many books discuss how to attack in chess, but resourceful defensive play is also a vital ingredient in competitive success/5(10).

The Art of Defense in Chess is an excellent book. Along with The Art of Attack, this book will help any serious chessplayer round out his/her style.

Most books focus only on attack and the few books that do focus on defense usually turn toward counterattack as the only method/5(8).

Many books discuss how to attack in chess, but resourceful defensive play is also a vital ingredient in competitive success. This is an area largely neglected in the literature of the game. This book fills the gap admirably. Following a survey of general defensive methods in chess, Dr Colin Crouch investigates the techniques of World Champions.

Johannes Hendrikus (Hein) Donner (July 6, – Novem ) was a Dutch chess grandmaster (GM) and writer. Donner was born in The Hague and won the Dutch Championship in, and FIDE, the World Chess Federation, awarded him the GM title in He played for the Netherlands in the Chess Olympiads 11 times (–, –,Country: Netherlands.

Published on Jun 2, This video shows the top 10 defences for black in chess. It includes Pirc defence, Nimzo-indian defence, Sicilian Defence, kings indian defence, dutch defence, petrov.

Gambit Chess publication: How to Defend in Chess the whole book is a timely reminder that chess is more than just attacking brilliancies. Defence, too, is an integral part of the game, and knowing when and how to defend can turn defeats into.

How to Defend in Chess is a masterly work in its historical scope and understanding. Crouch's offering is, arguably, the finest ever written on the subject. Paradoxically, I came away from reading this book with a sense of not having gained anything concrete about how to defend/5(7).

How to Defend in Chess: Learn from the World Champions by Colin Crouch Gambit, pp., £ If I am typical of most chess players, then it is more common for us to wax lyrical about a great player's style than to actually analyze their games methodically and intricately with pieces in : Tom Chivers.

Tactics book: Don't be a punchbag - defend to the end. Just like a boxer, one of the most important skills a chessplayer needs is the ability to defe/5(3). I have previously written a book on the theme of defence, Practical Chess Defence. But unlike that book I have decided here to spread out the exercises into the various thinking techniques, rather than focus exclusively on difficulty.

If you have both books and cannot decide where to start, then this is the place; the other book is very Size: KB. A Gambit re-issue of a classic work on chess defence. Many books discuss how to attack in chess, but resourceful defensive play is also a vital ingredient in competitive success.

This is an area largely neglected in the literature of the game. This book fills the gap : Chess City. “Amazing. The Chess Pocket Book contains all the essential knowledge!”—Boris Gulko, former U.S. and USSR champion This book saves you years of hit-and-miss reading and sporadic improvement because it gathers together the crucial, game.

Most chess books deal with technique or analyses of the world's greatest games. This, on the other hand, is a rare treat: a large-sized "coffee table" book filled with hundreds of color photos and art-work reproductions spanning the history of chess, or at least up towhich is when The World of Chess came out.5/5(2).

Defense is a very important chess skill. At least in about 50% of a chess game, we need to defend. In some games, we play with Black pieces and White makes the first move, and for that reason, White has the opportunity to start the attack/initiative.

In some other occasions, one will make a mistake and he or she is forced to defend.5/5(1). Preface to The Defense Game Read this book carefully and you will master the game of chess.

Even if you are a complete beginner, you will soon master the system described in this book, called the Defense Game. Using it, you will play the chess opening quickly and accurately. With a little experience, you willFile Size: KB. In chess, the fortress is an endgame drawing technique in which the side behind in material sets up a zone of protection that the opponent cannot penetrate.

This might involve keeping the enemy king out of one's position, or a zone the enemy cannot force one out of (e.g. see the opposite-colored bishops example). An elementary fortress is a theoretically drawn (i.e.

a book draw). How to Defend in Chess is a masterly work in its historical scope and understanding. Crouch's offering is, arguably, the finest ever written on the subject. Paradoxically, I came away from reading this book with a sense of not having gained anything concrete about how to defend/5(14).

ChessBee. 75, likes 55 talking about this. We believe that chess is a hidden gem. ChessBee makes it shine to deliver its beauty to people, and popularize the Followers: 77K. This book brings together the two greatest names in the history of chess. The author, Garry Kasparov, is the world number one and, by common consent, the greatest player ever.

The subject of the book, Bobby Fischer, is the only American to have become world champion and is probably the greatest natural talent the world has ever seen. This is a list of chess books that are used as references in articles related to list is organized by alphabetical order of the author's surname, then the author's first name, then the year of publication, then the alphabetical order of title.

How to Defend in Chess Colin Crouch Learn defensive techniques from the World Champions Re-issue of a classic book which every club-player should have Written by a highly experienced International Master About the Publisher: Gambit Publications is passionate about creating innovative and instructive chess books, suitable for all standards of.

White players who prefer a quieter, more positional game tend to prefer 1. d4 to 1. e4, after which the c4 break is the best way to play for an advantage either on the second move or soon after.

The queen's gambit, marked by the moves 1. d4, d5 and 2. c4 is one of the oldest chess openings. This classical approach pretends to offer a : Edward Scimia. So, the most common way to defend this E5 pawn and not fall behind in development would be knight to C6, keeping up with white in.

In chess, a pin is a situation brought on by an attacking piece in which a defending piece cannot move without exposing a more valuable defending piece on its other side to capture by the attacking piece.

Moving the attacking piece to bring on the pin is called pinning; the defending piece so restricted is described as pinned. Only pieces that can move an indefinite number of.

This is a very unique chess book - It mostly teaches the basic principles and tactics of chess starting from the possible legal moves of each chess piece and progresses gradually from discovered checks to back rank check mates and defenses to 4/5.

Yes, the new book is quite different to the old one: On the whole, however, The New Art of Defense in Chess should be seen as a fundamentally new book.

This is because Soltis recognizes the way in which dynamism and activity have become fundamental to modern defensive techniques. Source: ChessBookReviews, emphasis is mine. First off: I thought Luzhin was an actual chess player and that this "Luzhin Defense" was an actual opening used in chess.

I must have heard or read about this book ten years ago, when I attempted (briefly) to go beyond the rules of that game, and the memory of the book somehow fused with what I now remember about chess.4/5. The World Chess Championship is played to determine the world champion inthe schedule has settled on a two-year cycle with a championship held in every even year.

Magnus Carlsen has been world champion since he defeated Viswanathan Anand in He successfully defended the title inandand is next due to defend the title in. Of particular interest to club players is Marin's discussion of how to defend against unsound attacks, and the problem of how to parry the attack while The climax of the defense is the launch of a devastating counter-attack, a skill at which all the great chess champions have been adept/5(4).

The Hungarian Defense is a chess opening that begins with the moves. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Be7. The Hungarian Defense is a line in the Italian Game typically chosen as a quiet response to the aggressive 4.

The opening is seldom seen in modern play. The variation takes its name from a correspondence game between Paris and Pest, Hungary played from Parent: Italian Game. Chess is developing faster now than ever before in history, and the appearance of strong chess computers has changed the way players think.

In the past many positions would have been rejected on principle as impossible to defend, and even the best players would shy away from capturing material if it meant that they would have to face a difficult defence.Publication. The novel appeared first under Nabokov's pen name V.

Sirin in the Russian emigre quarterly Sovremennye zapiski and was thereafter published by the emigre publishing house Slovo as "Защита Лужина" (The Luzhin Defense) in Berlin. More than three decades later the novel was translated into English by Michael Scammell in collaboration with Nabokov and Author: Vladimir Nabokov.Evolving Defensive Thinking.

by Michael McGuerty. New Art of Defence in Chess, by Andrew Soltis, BatsfordPaperback, Figurine Algebraic Notation, pp. $ (ChessCafe Price $). Grandmaster Andy Soltis is a popular Chess Life columnist, the chess correspondent for the New York Post, and the author of numerous classics of chess literature, including Pawn .