from the book collection open games from David soeprolrendiele.gq than of these games appear in soeprolrendiele.gq here is the link to part 2. This week I will be reviewing a unique book - Open Games, by the former " Vice-World Champion", David Bronstein. Rather than fully. Open Games (Chess) [David Bronstein] on soeprolrendiele.gq *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Russian grandmaster offers a wealth of his finest games.

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Open Games book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Russian grandmaster offers a wealth of his finest games, presented in. Get this from a library! open games. [David Bronstein]. Grandmaster Bronstein selects his best games (including some he loses) that begin with 1. e4 e5. He breaks them down by opening type.

Readers will recognise the usual Bronstein style - unconventional, entertaining, chatty; if you enjoyed the Open Games anthology this will also suit you.

However, I doubt if the author had a very clear idea about who he was writing this book for, since the topics and examples range from the trite to the magnificent.

The blurb on the back says that this book "is not a self-tutor in the conventional sense, where the basics of the opening, middlegame and endgame play are drily explained. Instead the author engages in a frank conversation with the reader For example, Bronstein takes a page 17 to muse about why, after 1. Nf3, without really answering his own question to my satisfaction.

There are even places where Bronstein just wanders off into anecdotes about, say, downloading second-hand books with Spassky in South America p. Obviously, most of the text is a bit more focussed than that - Bronstein is usually both eloquent and engaging - but although the Chapter headings are enticing The Strengths And Weaknesses Of The Position, Coordination Of The Pieces, etc.

The many examples given are all nice, but occasionally fit the text poorly, in my view. For example, on page 51 Bronstein offers: "Everyone knows which piece so frightens the Black King - the White Queen's Rook, awaiting its hour in the corner.

However, the next example given was: Rf2 would follow, since the more elegant choice, Nd6, allowed the black king in certain variations to escape the impending troubles.

When Spassky still in fact plunged into the whirlpool of complications I committed my final error: I trusted, in spite of my preliminary calculations, that my opponent had found a clear-cut mating finish after 15…Be5 Qh7 Kf8 Rf1 cd6 Qh8 Ke7 Re1 Ne5 Qg7, and I avoided it in favour of something worse, which I still regret today. However, to everyone his due.

The blue bird soaring in the clouds, that is, the beauty prize, was won in this way by the future World Champion. Venue for the 27th USSR-ch: Comments by Bronstein are from p.

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Having been brought up in the strict positional-logical style, I was perfectly content with my game. The book was first published in Russian and translated by Philip Booth.

In this collection you can find all games of XIX category super tournament Wijk-aan-Zee which was completed recently. Rather than fully annotated games, this book presents short vignettes, each followed by an un-annotated game, with one diagram.

Even the introductory stories help - would you be more likely to remember dry analysis, or something attached to a memorable story? Secret Notes - In this book he describes the chess personalities he has met and annotates 40 of his best games of the s.

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