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The ideas behind the chess openings
|Statement||by Reuben Fine.|
|LC Classifications||GV1451 .F53 1949|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||49011361|
The Rules of the Opening. The opening of the game is the beginning phase. It is when you are trying to control the centre of the board and get your chess pieces out from their starting positions to more aggressive posts. In his excellent book, The Ideas Behind the Chess Openings, Ruben Fine gives ten rules to bear in mind when starting a game. The Ideas Behind the Chess Openings | Reuben Fine | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.
There are an impossible large number of potential openings for chess. Most books categorize them into major types. Most chess books that specialize in openings of course will give an introductory portion of each section describing the general prin. A classic reference book (or more like an encyclopedia) is Modern Chess Openings (or colloquially, MCO) by Nick de Firmian. While it doesn't have a lot of discussion on chess openings or the strategy behind a chess opening, and is noted for typos, it is extensive in types of commonly used openings. Definitely not easy reading.
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A club player finds himself wondering what openings would be good for him. Open game, closed game, attacking lines, defensive lines etc. Ideas Behind The Chess Openings goes into enough detail that a player can see if the opening suits his personality. if not he can avoid it, if so he can study a line suited to him in more detail/5(61).
This book is in fact a modern and a more advanced version of Ruben Fines "The ideas behind the chess openings". And lower rated chess players (below ) should understand the chess opening plans, rather than memorizing openings.
Chess Opening Essentials: The Ideas & Plans Behind ALL Chess Openings, The Complete 1. e4 Paperback – May 1, by Stefan Djuric (Author), Dimitry Komarov (Author), Claudio Pantaleoni (Author) & out of 5 stars 40 ratings. Book 1 of 1 /5(34).
His book on the chess openings is called Ideas Behind The Chess Openings. It proceeds as expected from a book on chess. Chess is a storied game with plenty of expert-level and master-level players weighing in on how to best play the game/5.
Every player who aspires to have a systematic understanding of the openings must start with Fine's Ideas Behind the Chess Openings. As a beginner before, I used to play grandmaster games on chessbooks, magazines and memorize the first ten to fifteen moves without knowing the underlying ideas behind the openings.5/5(5).
Fine's "The Ideas Behind the Chess Openings" is a great book, but dated. In understanding the motivations behind the major opening systems, and explaining the reasons behind the various move orders, it's great, but since judgements about chess openings have moved on a bit.
The Ideas Behind The Chess Openings Free pdf books from Bookyards, one of the world's first online libraries to offer ebooks to be downloaded for free. However, the ideas behind these openings have remained the same.
This book is just as valid as when it was first published. Reuben Fine was one of the world's strongest grandmasters of chess. About the Author(s) Reuben Fine was both one of the world's strongest grandmasters of chess and one of the world's leading authorities on psychoanalysis. Buy The Ideas Behind the Chess Openings Large type / large print edition by Fine, Reuben (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low 4/5(29). I used "The Ideas Behind the Chess Openings" long ago to improve my game, and I continue to recommend it to anyone who wants to play well.
No doubt, more recent books analyze more modern strategies and positions, but Fine's advice and excellent analyses of 'classic' openings in this 'fine' book will get any novice player to the next level/5(51). Igor Smirnov is a chess Grandmaster, coach, and holder of a Master’s degree in psychology.
He’s the founder of the “Remote Chess Academy”company that has helped thousands of students worldwide to improve their results. GM Smirnov has developed lots of chess video lessons, articles, webinars andFile Size: 2MB. Besides the common opening moves 1.e4 and 1.d4, white’s most popular move is 1.c4, known as the English Opening.
The English Opening is a perfect choice for aggressive players who prefer to play schemes and creative plans rather than memorizing heavy theory. Of course, there is a great deal of theory in the English Opening [ ].
Chess Opening Essentials Stefan Djuric, Dimitry Komarov, Claudio Pantaleoni. Winner of the Italian Chess Federation’s Golden Award.
An accessible primer and opening reference book, providing es sential knowledge on all chess openings. It explains the basic plans and ideas for both black and white.
Chess Opening Essentials: The Ideas & Plans Behind ALL Chess Openings, The Complete 1. e4 (Volume 1). There are many new moves and opening variations that have become popular and fashionable since this book was published.
However, the ideas behind these openings have remained the same. This book is just as valid as when it was first published. Reuben Fine was one of the world's strongest grandmasters of : Ishi Press. Ideas behind the chess openings. Philadelphia, McKay Co.( printing) (OCoLC) Online version: Fine, Reuben, Ideas behind the chess openings.
Philadelphia, McKay Co. ( printing) (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. A chess opening book is a book on chess is by far the most common type of literature on books describe many major lines, like the Sicilian Defence, Ruy Lopez, and Queen's Gambit, as well many minor variations of the main lines.
It is a pleasure to present this Third Edition of The Ideas Behind the Chess Openings. For this edition, I have re-examined all the variations in the book, as well as the variations in the Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings and other standard compendia.
Numerous new variations have appeared, but the ideas themselves have remained remarkably constant. Get this from a library. The ideas behind the chess openings. [Reuben Fine] -- Explains the objectives of all openings and provides illustrations of King Pawn, Queen Pawn, and irregular openings.
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