Chess Tactics for the Tournament Player is the third volume in Grandmaster Lev Alburt's Comprehensive Chess Course Series. Endorsed by world champion Garry Kasparov as revealing "the once-secret Russian method of chess training", the first two volumes used only materials that worked well in the former U.S.S.R.
Five-time U.S. chess champion GM Larry Evans calls the current book a highly instructive primer on tactics. It contains hundreds of strikingly beautiful positions arranged by difficulty and designed to sharpen tactical recognition and vision. Nothing is left to chance in this work. All materials have already shown their worth in Russian chess instruction.
Every time-tested example has been carefully selected for instructional value and modern relevance. Commenting on his brilliantly won game (Aronian-Anand, 2013), World Champion Vishy Anand noted its similarities with Rotlevi-Rubinstein, played over 100 years ago, concluding, "All these ideas work!"
Third in Grandmaster Lev Alburt's Comprehensive Chess Course series. The first two volumes used only materials that worked well in the former U.S.S.R. This book contains hundreds of strikingly beautiful positions arranged by difficulty and designed to sharpen the tactical recognition and vision of experienced players anywhere. Nothing is left to chance.
- 244 Pages
- Publisher: Chess Information & Research Institute
- Published: 2013
- Notation: Algebraic Notation