Beliavsky/Mikhalchishin/Stetsko, Isolani Strategy

Hersteller
Russian Chess House
Artikel-Nr.:
22498
Auflage:
2012
Seiten:
239
Einband:
gebunden

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19,95 €*

Aaron Nimzowitsch, one of the greatest chess researchers, called the problem of the isolani - his term for the isolated d-pawn - 'one of the cardinal problems in the whole theory of positional play'.

In the present book, on the basis of numerous practical examples, the authors explain the methods of attack and defence in positions with an isolated d-pawn, from just after the opening to deep into the endgame.

Grandmaster Alexander Beliavsky is best known as a four-times winner of the USSR Championship, grandmaster Adrian Mikhalchishin was a member of Karpov's training team during his epic matches with Garry Kasparov, and national master Oleg Stetsko is a highly experienced trainer and writer.


Contents

Introduction

PART I. The isolated d4-pawn

Chapter 1. Attack on the kingside
1.1. Attack with the f-pawn
1.2. Piece attack on the kingside

Chapter 2. The d4-d5 breakthrough
Chapter 3. Attack on the queenside
3.1. Exchange on d5
3.2. Attack on queenside weaknesses

Chapter 4. Defence based on the blockade at d5
4.1. Reducing attacking potential by exchanging pieces
4.2. Counterplay based on control of the blockading d5-point
4.3. Creation of an isolated pawn pair
4.4. Creation of a central pawn pair

PART II. The isolated d5-pawn

Chapter 5. Attack on the isolated d5-pawn
5.1. The strategy of exchanging pieces
5.2. Exchange of the dark-square bishop in French Defence positions
5.3. Piece attack on the isolated pawn
5.4. Creation of an isolated pawn pair
5.5. Creation of a central pawn pair
5.6. Transition into an endgame

Chapter 6. Dynamic potential of the d5-pawn
6.1. Active piece play for Black
6.2. The d5-d4 breakthrough
6.3. Spatial expansion by the d5-d4 advance

Chapter 7. The isolated pawn with a small number of pieces

Chapter 8. The isolated pawn in the endgame
8.1. Play with four rooks on the board
8.2. Play with one pair of rooks
8.3. Minor piece endings
8.4. Endings with one pair of minor pieces
8.5. Pawn endings

Index of Players

Index of Openings

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