Evgeny Bareev - "Say No to Chess Principles!" (K-5667)

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Chess has very strict, but also fairly simple, rules: rapid development, control of the center with pawns or pieces, timely castling and defense of the king, the creation of various weaknesses in the opponent’s position, attacking those weaknesses, and control of open lines. 

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Language versionsEnglish
Author / AuthorsEvgeny Bareev
PublisherThinkers Publishing
Publication date1st edition 2019
Pages278
ISBN978-9492510518
HardcoverNo
PaperbackYes
DownloadableNo
Width17 cm / 6.69 inch
Height23.5 cm / 9.25 inch

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At the same time a player shouldn’t get his queen stuck in the enemy camp, or ruin his own pawn structure. Those who know these rules will succeed. It is necessary for a chess player to know opening and endgame theory, standard combinations and motifs, as well as pawn structures and many other things.

A lot of the topics listed demand a very straightforward type of thinking or approach. However it also happens that chess players oft en discover signifi cant resources which formally exist outside the typical rules of chess. Th ose who know how to break all the rules and work around those specific guidelines reach the very top. Currently, when thousands of chess books dissect the same standard ideas in great detail, let us remember that first there were those who originally discovered them, implemented them, and made them standard, as well as those who broke the rules and created completely new ones.

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Evgeny Bareev - "Say No to Chess Principles!" (K-5667)

Evgeny Bareev - "Say No to Chess Principles!" (K-5667)

Chess has very strict, but also fairly simple, rules: rapid development, control of the center with pawns or pieces, timely castling and defense of the king, the creation of various weaknesses in the opponent’s position, attacking those weaknesses, and control of open lines. 

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005 Key to Symbols

007 Foreword

009 What this book is about

015 Chapter 1. Play without castling

067 Chapter 2. A queen behind enemy lines

091 Chapter 3. When a piece in the center is grim

113 Chapter 4. A piece down in a worse position

137 Chapter 5. At the edge of the board

195 Chapter 6. Killer delayed castling

227 Chapter 7. Rewards of doubled pawns

273 Summary of Evgeny Bareev's chess career

277 Games index

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