1994, 183 Seiten, kartoniert, englisch
The legendary Mikhail Tal was the finest ever exponent of attacking chess. His all-out sacrificial style took him all the way to the World Championship title. Dogged by ill-health, Tal's reign was a short one, and he was never able to regain his crown, but Tal remained an outstanding player right up to his death in 1992. His departure has taken away one of the chess world's most charismatic figures; a player who excited chess passions wherever he went.
In this, his last book, written together with Russian sports journalist Iakov Damsky, Tal shows how to unleash devastating attacks in all kinds of positions.
- The Main Indicator - King in the Centre
- Breakthrough in the Centre
- The Assault Ratio
- Invasion Trajectories
- Lines of Communication
- Eliminating Defenders
- At the Royal Court
- Destroying the Fortress Walls
- Answers to: What Would You Have Played?