2000 Chess Exercises Part 2: Diversion, Decoy - Kostrov & Beliavsky


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2000 Chess Exercises Part 2: Diversion, Decoy - Kostrov & Beliavsky
2000 Chess Exercises Part 2: Diversion, Decoy - Kostrov & Beliavsky

Vsevolod Kostrov is a chess coach of the highest category. Author of more than 100 books and manuals on chess. Educational and methodical complex Kostrova (textbooks for children, reshebniki, workbooks) publishing house "Russian Chess HOUSE" became the Winner of the contest "Chess universal Education of Russia". These are the best chess books for children in our country today!

According to textbooks and problem books Kostrova engaged in a huge number young chess players who then win various tournaments, they become masters and grandmasters.

Part II: 2000 Chess Exercises. Diversion, Decoy Tutorial.
Diversion, Decoy. 1-2 rank, 1700-2000 Elo. Before you is the 2nd collection of chess problems and combinations in the Tutorial for Dischargers series. Here are two themes: DIVING AND ATTRACTION. Distraction is a well-known technique in many sports games. Imagine that there are two strikers for the football goalkeeper. The first distracts the goalkeeper to himself and gives the ball to the second, who calmly rolls it into an empty net. This tactical technique is also used in chess, when it is necessary to distract any figure from the protection of an important field or another figure. With the help of the tactic "enticing" you can force the opponent's figure to take a position that is unfavorable for her, in which she dies. This technique is especially effective in relation to the king. Enticement is often used with a double strike, a bunch, and other tactics.

ISBN: 9785946937931, Softcover, 111 pages, Russian Chess House

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