- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- Thinkers Publishing
- Illustrations, unspecified
- 231 x 173 x 15 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 499 g
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Paul Van Der Sterren
* The perfect survival guide to the chess openings* All openings covered* Detailed verbal explanations of plans for both sides* Up-to-date and featuring many tips and recommendations* Insights into the 'character' of each opening* Written by one o...
Paul Van Der Sterren
Assuming no previous knowledge of the game, Grandmaster Paul van der Sterren teaches you how to play and draws you into the fascinating world of modern chess. This carefully crafted chess course is divided into true lessons, each building on what ...
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In this fascinating new work for Thinkers Publishing, the retired but one pretty strong Dutch Grandmaster takes a look at the play of all world champions and some of their 19th century forerunners. Each player receives a brief biography before the author sets out to explain what made them truly great. Those with gaps in their knowledge will certainly enjoy the read and even the experienced reader may well wish to dip into the book to peruse some fine stories and insight. 'Chess'July 2019.
Grandmaster Paul van der Sterren (1956 ), was one of the strongest chess players of the Netherlands. He became twice national champion and represented his country eight times during the Chess Olympiads. In 2001 he retired from being an active player and focused on writing books drawn from his rich chess experience. This is his first English chess book written for Thinkers Publishing.