Currency:
Language:
Toggle Nav
Call +49 2501 9288 320

We are pleased to assist you!

Free Shipping

From within Germany from 50 €

Shopping Cart Shopping Cart
Article Number
LXGOLTPFCP1C

Training Program For Chess Players 1st Cat.

(ELO 1600-2000)
Attributes

248 pages, hardback, Russian Chess House, 1. edition 2020

€19.58
Incl. 5% Tax, excl. Shipping Cost

Like other titles in the Training Program for Chess Players series, this volume is both an excellent textbook for independent study and a powerful teaching aid for chess coaches. In the view of many experts, no better work of this kind has ever been written.

The series was designed as a self-contained training program by Victor Golenishchev, a distinguished Soviet chesscoach and Master of Sport. Golenishchev’s programs are still considered critically important and are successfully employed in chess schools. His teaching methods remain popular in Russia and around the world.

Supervised by Editor-in-Chief and former World Chess Champion Anatoly Karpov, this new edition of Golenishchev’s classic work is updated to include important games from recent high-level chess competitions, reflecting modern approaches to the game.

More Information
Weight 400 g
Manufacturer Russian Chess House
Width 14,8 cm
Height 21,7 cm
Medium Book
Year of Publication 2020
Author Victor Golenishchev
Language English
Edition 1
ISBN-13 978-5-94693-879-2
Pages 248
Binding hardback

005 Index of signs

006 Syllabus

008 Guidelines for the syllabus

009 Guidelines for the topic ‘Training in the technique of calculation’

010 1st lesson. Training in the technique of calculation

015 2nd lesson. Training in the technique of calculation (continuation)

017 3rd lesson. Training in the technique of calculation (continuation)

019 4th lesson. Training in the technique of calculation (conclusion)

021 Guidelines for the topic ‘Endings’

022 5th lesson. Instructive positions in pawn endings

027 6th lesson. Geometry of the board. ‘Shoulder-charging’

030 7th lesson. Endings with passed pawns for both sides

034 8th lesson. Endings with passed pawns for both sides (conclusion)

038 9th lesson. Pawn breakthrough

041 10th lesson. Superior pawn formation

045 11th lesson. Reserve tempi

047 12th lesson. King activity

052 13th lesson. Transition into a pawn endgame as a method of converting a material or positional advantage

056 Guidelines for lessons 14, 25 and 36

056 14th lesson. About study composition. Some study ideas in practice

062 15th lesson. Instructive positions in rook endings

067 16th lesson. Control of the 7th rank

071 17th lesson. Utilising an open file

076 18th lesson. Endings with passed pawns

082 19th lesson. Endings with passed pawns (conclusion)

086 20th lesson. Activity in rook endings

091 21st lesson. Exploiting pawn weaknesses

094 22nd lesson. Some defensive resources

098 23rd lesson. Conversion of a material advantage

102 24th lesson. Conversion of a positional advantage

105 25th lesson. Some rook studies

109 Guidelines for test exercises

110 26th lesson. Combination solving quiz

114 27th lesson. Combination solving quiz (continuation)

118 28th lesson. Combination solving quiz (conclusion)

123 29th lesson. Blitz quiz

127 30th lesson. Problem solving quiz

133 31st lesson. Combination solving quiz

138 32nd lesson. Combination solving quiz (continuation)

143 33rd lesson. Combination solving quiz (conclusion)

148 34th lesson. Blitz quiz

152 35th lesson. Problem solving quiz

157 36th lesson. Study solving quiz

161 Guidelines for the topic ‘Basics of strategy’

161 37th lesson. Exploitation of a pawn majority on the queenside

166 38th lesson. Exploitation of a pawn majority in the centre or on the kingside

170 39th lesson. Fighting against a flank pawn majority

176 40th lesson. Pawn chain

181 41st lesson. Pawn chain (conclusion)

186 42nd lesson. Qualitative pawn majority

191 43rd lesson. Restriction of mobility and blockade

197 44th lesson. Restriction of mobility and blockade (conclusion)

200 45th lesson. The c3+d4 pawn pair on semi-open files

205 46th lesson. The c3+d4 pawn pair on semi-open files (conclusion)

210 47th lesson. Isolated pawn in the centre of the board

214 48th lesson. Isolated pawn in the centre of the board (continuation)

217 49th lesson. Isolated pawn in the centre of the board (continuation)

221 50th lesson. Isolated pawn in the centre of the board (conclusion)

226 Answers to assignments