The Magnus Method - Emmanuel Neiman (K-6051)


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The Singular Skills of the World’s Strongest Chess Player Uncovered and Explained

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Language versionsEnglish
Author / AuthorsEmmanuel Neiman
PublisherNew In Chess
Year of Publication1st edition 2021
Width17 cm / 6.69 inch
Height23.5 cm / 9.25 inch

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What is it that makes Magnus Carlsen the strongest chess player in the world?

Why do his opponents, the best players around, fail to see his moves coming? Moves that, when you replay his games, look natural and self-evident?

Emmanuel Neiman has been studying Carlsen’s games and style of play for many years. He now presents his findings that will surprise, delight and educate every player, regardless of
their level.

Examining Carlsen’s abilities together with Emmanuel Neiman is a delightful way to get to understand chess better and unlock you own potential.

Learn all about  the key elements that make Magnus Carlsen the strongest and most popular chess player in the world, explained by French chess master and successful chess author Emmanuel Neiman.

Surprising and accessible lessons for all chess players, both in chess technique and in psychology.
A delightful way for amateurs to unlock their full potential.


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The Magnus Method - Emmanuel Neiman (K-6051)

The Magnus Method - Emmanuel Neiman (K-6051)

The Singular Skills of the World’s Strongest Chess Player Uncovered and Explained


006 Explanation of symbols

007 Foreword

009 Introduction

030 Chapter 1) Style: from Karpov to Tal?

040 Chapter 2) The opening revolution

044 Chapter 3) Attack: inviting everyone to the party

057 Chapter 4) Defence: the preventive counter-attack

062 Chapter 5) Tactics: ‘les petites combinaisons’

076 Chapter 6) Exchanges: Carlsen’s main positional weapon

083 Chapter 7) Calculation: keeping a clear mind

090 Chapter 8) Planning: when knowledge brings vision

094 Chapter 9) Pawns: perfect technique and new tips

102 Chapter 10) Pieces: the art of going backwards

113 Chapter 11) Endings: breaking the principles

118 Chapter 12) How to win against Magnus Carlsen: the hidden defects?

122 Chapter 13) Games and solutions

317 Index of names

320 Bibliography