Revolutionize Your Chess: A Brand-New System to Become a Better Player

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  • Copyright: 2009-12-01
  • Publisher: Natl Book Network
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Most chess players fail to make real progress once they have reached a certain level. They focus on studying openings, classical middlegame tactics, the odd strategic theme and a few rules-of-thumb for the endgame. But when they sit down at the board and face real chess problems they are often clueless. Why is this?

Author Biography

Viktor Moskalenko (1960) is an International Grandmaster, a successful author and a well-known chess coach who has worked with Vasily Ivanchuk. A farmer Ukrainian champion, Moskalenko remains highly active as a player and has won numerous tournaments in his new home country, Spain.

Table of Contents

Foreword: From Static to Dynamic Chessp. 7
The Moskalenko Test of a Chess Player's Skillsp. 13
Moskalenko's Five Touchstonesp. 21
The Endgamep. 47
Properties of Pieces, Pawns and Squares (PPPS)p. 49
King and Pawnsp. 56
The Knightp. 66
Bishop versus Bishop: Two Coloursp. 70
Bishops versus Knightsp. 81
The Rookp. 87
The Queenp. 101
The Middlegamep. 105
Dynamics in the Middlegamep. 107
Dynamics of the Isolated Pawnp. 112
Botvinnik System: Chaos Rulesp. 153
An Early Middlegame: The Bishop Sortiep. 183
The Trompowsky Attackp. 183
A Dynamic Set-up vs the London and Torrep. 194
Time and the Art of Attackp. 204
The Openingp. 225
Nimzo-Indian, Sämisch Variationp. 227
The Sämisch - A Repertoire for Whitep. 228
A Trojan Horse in the Nimzo Warp. 263
A Pawn Sacrifice and a Captive Knightp. 272
The Dutch Defence
An Introduction to the Stonewallp. 281
Rolling Stones: A Repertoire for Black and for Whitep. 305
Strategies and Tactics in the King's Indian Four Pawns Attackp. 321
My way of writing this book - an Epiloguep. 349
Bibliographyp. 350
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