Winning - Nigel Short (K-6022)

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Every tournament win has a unique narrative and challenge.

Grandmaster Nigel Short realised that every tournament win has a unique narrative and challenge.

In this exceptional chess book, Short discusses eight of his foremost tournament wins, describing the drama with insightful game annotations and entertaining anecdotes.

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Language versionsEnglish
Author / AuthorsMilos Pavlovic
PublisherQuality Chess
Publication date1st edition 2021
Pages416
ISBN9781784831592
HardcoverYes
PaperbackNo
DownloadableNo
Width17.5 cm / 6.89 inch
Height24.4 cm / 9.61 inch

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For those wanting to win in chess, this book is the place to start.

English GM Nigel Short was one of the most successful chess players of the 1980s and 1990s and was still in the top 100 well into his 50s. The peak of his career came in 1993, when he challenged for the World Championship in a match against Garry Kasparov.

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Winning - Nigel Short (K-6022)

Winning - Nigel Short (K-6022)

Every tournament win has a unique narrative and challenge.

Grandmaster Nigel Short realised that every tournament win has a unique narrative and challenge.

In this exceptional chess book, Short discusses eight of his foremost tournament wins, describing the drama with insightful game annotations and entertaining anecdotes.

Content

003 Foreword by Peter Svidler

009 Introduction

013 1) My Lucky Number 1

Wijk aan Zee 1987

073 2) Don’t Stop Me Now

Reykjavik 1987

117 3) We are the Champions

Amsterdam 1991

161 4) Happy

Tallinn/Parnu 1998

219 5) Bulls on Parade

Pamplona 1999-2000

263 6) An der Schönen, Blauen Donau

Budapest 2003

305 7) China Girl

Taiyuan 2004

343 8) A Hard Day’s Night

Anzali 2016

410 Name Index

414 Opening Index

416 Index of Opponents

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