2005, 144 Seiten, kartoniert, englisch
There are not too many feelings more satisfying in chess than winning very quickly by cleverly snaring your opponent in an opening trap. Conversely, all chess players, even budding World Champions, have experienced the utter humiliation of losing in exactly the same manner!
James Plaskett presents a wealth of illustrative games that contain disasters in the crucial opening phase of the game, where for one reason or another the battle is concluded prematurely.
Studying this book allow the reader to capitalise on any early blunders by his or her opponent, whilst also avoiding the various pitfalls that await chess players in the opening.
- Helps sharpen your killer instinct
- Highlights the do's and don'ts of the opening
- Ideal for improving players
- Poisoned Pawns
- Castling Into It
- Trapping the Queen
- Attacks on the Uncastled King
- Structural Superiority
- Eye Off the Ball