Müller/Markgraf: The Chess Cafe Puzzle Book 4
Mastering the Positional Principles
Welcome to The Chess Puzzle Book 4! – It mostly deals with the important technical question of how to convert a static advantage.
As noted by Mark Dvoretsky in his Foreword: \''I cannot think of any books with high-quality exercises regarding such topics as domination, the \''do not hurry\'' principle, the principle of two weaknesses, etc., all of which are discussed by Mueller and his co-author Alexander Markgraf (..)
I hope that you enjoy this new book by Müller and Markgraf and I encourage you to seriously study the positions discussed in the book. As a result, you will significantly progress in your understanding of chess and improve your results.\''
Topics include: Prophylaxis, The Principle of Two Weaknesses, The Right Exchange, Domination, Do Not Rush, and Converting an Advantage. There are also many well-chosen exercises with comprehensive solutions to help guide and instruct the reader.
The Chess Puzzle Book 4 is the fourth volume in the series formerly known as the ChessCafe Puzzle Books.
Signs and Symbols
Chapter 1: Prophylaxis
Chapter 2: The Principle of Two Weaknesses
Chapter 3: The Right Exchange
Chapter 4: Domination
Chapter 5: Do Not Rush
Chapter 6: Converting an Advantage
Solutions: Chapter Exercises
Figurine Notation, 184 Seiten, 2012, kartoniert, englisch.