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Attack & Counterattack in Chess

88 pages, paperback, Russel, 1. edition 2019.

€12.95
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Fred Reinfeld’s timeless Attack and Counterattack in Chess starts with the basic premise that White plays to build on the natural initiative that is inherent in having the first move, while Black plays to sap White’s divine right to this initiative, only to take it over the moment it is possible.

The book is neatly divided into two sections: How White manages to make good use of his right to the first move by taking advantage of typical mistakes by Black, and how Black succeeds in challenging that right and taking over the initiative by jumping on blunders by White.

There are several points to keep in mind as you peruse the games involved. The first is that this is not an opening book. The examples of play are all built around a complete chess game that came to a logical conclusion based on one player’s muffs and the other player’s exploitation of those errors. The other point is that the poor moves that are taken advantage of were to some extent based on carelessness or inattention or lack of knowledge but were also set up on purpose by the winning player.

The first seven chapters cover how to control the center; how to exploit superior mobility; how to exploit Black’s premature opening of the position; how to exploit Black’s premature counterattack; How to exploit Black’s weakening pawn moves; how to exploit Black’s errors of judgement; and how to exploit irregular defenses. All these subjects are covered by a close look at a chess game in which the bungles are followed by their natural punishment

The last five chapters look at how to seize the initiative as Black; how to play against gambits; how to defend against a powerful attack; how Black can seize the attack; and how to exploit unusual openings. Again, each topic unfolds during a chess game with faulty play by White and its logical destruction by Black.

Develop and improve your attacking/counterattacking skills with the 21st-century edition of Reinfeld’s Attack and Counterattack in Chess!

Details
Language English
Author Reinfeld, Fred
Publisher Russel
Edition 1.
Medium Book
Weight 140 g
Width 15.2 cm
Height 22.8 cm
Pages 88
ISBN-13 978-1-941270-62-2
Year of Publication 2019
Binding paperback
Contents

04 About the Author

06 From the Editor

Part I - White’s Point of View

08 Chapter 1: How to Control the Center

13 Chapter 2: How to Exploit Superior Mobility

18 Chapter 3: How to Exploit Black’s Premature Opening Up of the Position

25 Chapter 4: How to Exploit Black’s Premature Counterattack

29 Chapter 5: How to Exploit Black’s Weakening Pawn Moves

37 Chapter 6: How to Exploit Black’s Errors of Judgment

43 Chapter 7: How to Exploit Irregular Defenses

Part II - Black’s Point of View

50 Chapter 8: How to Seize the Initiative

57 Chapter 9: How to Play against Gambits

66 Chapter 10: How to Defend Against a Powerful Attack

77 Chapter 11: How to Seize the Attack

79 Chapter 12: How to Exploit Unusual Openings

86 Editor’s Notes

Extract

Attack & Counterattack in Chess

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