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How to win quickly at Chess

143 pages, paperback, Summit, 1. edition 1991.

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International Master John Donaldson provides the reader with practical information on winning quickly at chess. The book places a heavy emphasis upon opening theory and basic strategic and tactical themes. These themes occur in a variety of openings and they often are the determining factor in short, decisive games. By examining in detail over 70 short games, many involving some of the world's top Grandmasters, the author offers valuable instruction which will enable players to broaden their understanding of the critical themes that occur in short, decisive games.

Details
Language English
Author Donaldson, John
Publisher Summit
Edition 1.
Medium Book
Weight 220 g
Width 13.7 cm
Height 21.3 cm
Pages 143
ISBN-10 0946806043
Year of Publication 1991
Binding paperback
Contents

I Introduction

001 Chapter One: History Repeats Itself

002 1 Dizdar-Dizdarevic, Sarajevo 1989

006 2 Geller-Kindermann, Dortmund 1989

008 3 Vaganian-Planinc, Hastings 1974-75

010 4 Lengyel-Hamann, Barcelona 1973

012 5 Judit Polgar-Angelova, Thessaloniki 1988

014 6 Palac-Ostojic, Belgrade 1988

016 7 Razuvaev-Kupreichik, Dubna 1970

017 8 Trubman-Bonin, New York 1988

019 9 Krasenkov- Mikhalchisin, Tallinn 1988

021 Chapter Two: King Pawn

021 10 Kuijf-Hodgson, Wijk aan Zee 1989

023 11 A. Sokolov-Speelman, Madrid 1988

025 12 DeFirmian-Miles, Cambridge Springs 1988

027 13 Dreev-Agnos, Arnhem 1989

029 14 Kudrin- King, Bayswater 1988

031 15 Kir. Georgiev-Panbukchian, Bulgaria 1989

033 16 HiTech-Denker, New York 1988

035 17 Reshevsky-Salgado, Los Angeles 1988

037 18 Maus-Hubner, Lugano 1989

040 19 Hector-Nieves Garcia, Spain 1988

041 20 Hector-Zsusa Polgar, France 1988

042 21 Hector-Chiburdanidze,West Berlin 1988

044 22 Westerinen-Franzen, Belgrade 1988

046 23 Chiburdanidze-Mark Tseitlin, Moscow 1989

048 24 Lanka-Malaniuk, Odessa 1989

050 25 Matchulsky-Malaniuk, Alma Ata 1989

052 26 Jansa-Westerinen, Gausdal 1989

054 27 Koch-Flear, Paris 1989

056 28 Christiansen-Nunn, Bundesliga 1988-89

059 Chapter Three: Queen Pawn

060 29 Thorsteins-Stefansson, Reykjavik 1988

063 30 Orsedi-Tiemann, Correspondence 1988

063 31 Magerramov-Malaniuk, Warsaw 1989

066 32 Fedorowicz-Baumhaus, Bundesliga 1988-89

068 33 Barczay-Horvath, Budapest 1988

071 34 Mednis-Sinadinovic, Belgrade 1988

073 35 Tukmakov-Swan, Scotland 1989

075 36 Rohde-Weldon, Hicksville 1988

077 37 J. Whitehead-Gildardo Garcia, New York 1988

079 38 Fang-Chiburdanidze, Philadelphia 1989

081 39 Nei-Rovid, Hungary 1989

083 40 Neto-Izeta, Salamanca 1988

085 41 C. Horavth-Ballman, Switzerland 1988

087 42 Andruet-Tompa, Brussels 1989

089 43 Panzer-Wells, Hastings 1988

091 44 Barager-Benjamin, Las Vegas 1989

093 45 Bareev-Zsinka, Naestved 1988

096 46 Lautier-Murey, Paris 1989

098 47 Garcia Palermo-Keen, Bundesliga 1988-89

100 48 Miles-Anand, Rome 1990

103 Chapter Four: English and King's Indian Attack

103 49 Todorcevic-Kovacevic, Rogaska Slatina 1989

105 50 P. Nikolic-Yusupov, Hastings 1989-90

107 51 Videki-A. Schneider, Hungary 1989

109 52 I. Sokolov-Tseshkovsky, Wijk aan Zee 1989

111 53 Sonntag-Christiansen,Bundesliga 1988-89

113 54 Klinger-Zuger, Budapest 1988

115 55 Korchnoi-Renet, France 1988

117 56 Korchnoi-Andruet, France 1988

119 57 Donaldson-NN Chicago, 1990

121 Chapter Five: Perpetuals

122 Perpetuals & Repetitions

123 58 Bilek-Schussler, Helsinki 1979

124 59 Sax-Seirawan, Brussels 1988

125 60 Sax-Karpov, Skelleftea 1989

126 61 Edelman-Kasparov, New York 1988

127 62 Watson-King, London 1989

128 63 Short-Karpov, Skellefetea 1989

129 64 Koutaly-Van der Viel, Lyon 1988

130 65 Dokhoian-Bareev, Sochi 1988

131 66 Lerner-Kharitonov, Simferopol 1988

132 67 Donaldson-Silman, Portland 1984

133 68 Davies-Renet, Haifa 1989

134 69 Yusupov-Beliavsky, Tunis 1985

135 70 Keene-Suttles, Hastings 1973-74

137 Super Short Games

137 71 Zapata-Anand, Biel 1988

138 72 Nunn-Kir. Georgiev, Linares 1988

139 73 Hector-Bogdanovici, Budapest 1989

140 74 Hector-Hoyos Millan, Linares 1987

141 75 Andonov-Lputian, Sochi 1987

142 76 Sonnet-Hector, Toulouse 1989

143 Bibliography

How to win quickly at Chess

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