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The Complete Manual of Positional Chess - Sakaev

The Complete Manual of Positional Chess: The Russian Chess School 2.0 - Opening and Middlegame - Sakaev and Landa

Russia boasts a long and rich tradition in chess education. The government recognizes the importance of... Read More

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The Complete Manual of Positional Chess: The Russian Chess School 2.0 - Opening and Middlegame - Sakaev and Landa

Russia boasts a long and rich tradition in chess education. The government recognizes the importance of chess and the existing programs are constantly refined and updated. Russian chess teachers and trainers are simply the best in the world. The Complete Manual of Positional Chess is the latest and most comprehensive product of this Russia striving for perfection. This handbook, probably the most thorough grounding in the history of teaching chess, was recently created for chss teachers at the DYSS, the special sports school for young talents in Russia. Konstantin Sakaev and Konstantin Landa present a complete set of instructions and tips for trainers and self-improvers. It teaches you not only how to enhance your fundamental knowledge and technical skills, but also how to work on your physical and psychological conditioning. If you complete this course you will be able to assess virtually any position you are confronted with. With its all-encompassing approach this ground-breaking book allows everyone to reap the fruits of the long traditions of instructive excellence in Russia.

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  • 368 Pages
  • Paperback
  • Publisher: New in Chess
  • Published: February 7, 2017