In this highly instructive book, translated by Ken Neat, Grandmaster Mark Taimanov presents an annotated selection of the best games from his long and illustrious career.
- Contains 60 deeply annotated games
- Reveals Taimanov's personal approach to chess
- Games grouped by strategical motif to maximise instructional value
Mark Taimanov is one of the most consistently successful players of the post-war era. A grandmaster since 1952, he twice qualified as a Candidate for the World Championship and his numerous tournament victories include the Soviet Championship in 1956 and the World Veterans' Championship in 1993. Taimanov has made many significant contributions to opening theory and is the author of numerous opening books.
- Instead of a Autobiography
- Games won ... at home
- Strategical concepts in Opposition
- Storming the Royal Fortress
- By Technique Alone
- Most Important Results