Popov: Chess Lessons
'Vladimir Popov is a distinguished Russian chess coach who has guided his two most celebrated pupils, the Kosintseva sisters, into the Top 10 of women''s chess. In Chess Lessons Popov shares his secrets of chess improvement.
\r\nChess is of course a complex game, but Popov has the ability as a coach and author to offer clear principles to help the reader achieve a deeper understanding of chess.
\r\nA top Russian chess coach shares his secrets of chess improvement.
\r\n Written by a highly successful chess coach
\r\n An expert guide to playing better chess.
\r\nKey to Symbols used
\r\nForeword by Nadezhda Kosintseva
\r\nChapter 1 - Errors Due to Lack of Knowledge
\r\nChapter 2 - Evaluating the Position
\r\nChapter 3 - Planning
\r\nChapter 4 - Piece Play
\r\nChapter 5 - Pawn Play
\r\nChapter 6 - Co-ordination of Pieces and Pawns
\r\nChapter 7 - Arranging and Altering the Pawn Structure
\r\nChapter 8 - Exchanging
\r\nChapter 9 - Transition to the Endgame
\r\nChapter 10 - Asymmetrical Exchanges
\r\nChapter 11 - Prophylaxis
\r\nChapter 12 - Monitoring Counter-Threats
\r\nChapter 13 - Too Much Calculation
\r\nChapter 14 - Calculation Neglected or Cut Short
\r\nChapter 15 - Spotting Aggressive Sorties
\r\nChapter 16 - Detecting Ideas
\r\nChapter 17 - Blow and Counter-Blow
\r\nChapter 18 - Obvious Moves and Reflex Answers
\r\nChapter 19 - Deep Calculation
\r\nChapter 20 - Enterprise
\r\nChapter 21 - Hard Work Pays Off!
\r\nAppendix - Examples from Classic Games
\r\n256 Seiten, 2011, kartoniert, englisch.'