|Author||Eugene A. Znosko-Borovsky|
|File size||2.6 MB|
Znosko-Borovsky is one of chess professionals that most can learn from. He is well recognized and writes clearly and succinctly. I would recommend this book largely to the beginner and junior chess players, possibly to some intermediate chess players. The book does identify some mistakes that a few chess players still make in competition. Knowing these mistakes can be critical to winning or losing. .
One of the outstanding chess expositors of the 20th century presents the basis of analysis in a disarmingly simple way. Sticking to a few well-chosen examples, he shows how to avoid playing a hit-or-miss game from move to move and instead develop a general plan of action based on positional analysis. Includes 20 problems from master games.