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Recomendación de libros (II)

  • FM jorquerino
  • | Feb 12, 2014
  • | 3134 views
  • | 14 comments

Continuando con el tema iniciado en un artículo anterior sigo con la idea de recomendar más textos, sobre todo pensando en principiantes y aquellos que recién se inician en el estudio del deporte ciencia.

Conversando acerca de qué libros leer con muchas personas y alumnos me llama la atención que muchos quieran iniciar su estudio revisando libros de apertura sin antes tener nociones básicas acerca de estrategia y táctica. En mi opinión ese es el camino equivocado, ya para jugar una apertura correctamente es necesario contar con una base conceptual mínima. Así es como no es raro ver muchos que juegan de memoria variantes realizadas por grandes maestros sin entender lo que pasa en el tablero, fenómeno que se ha agudizado con la masificación del uso de programas como el Chessbase para el estudio del ajedrez.

Hay un libro que me encanta que se llama “Ajedrez Elemental” cuyo autor es el maestro soviético Panov, el cual utilizo constantemente en mis clases para niños y principiantes de todas las edades. Ahí uno puede encontrar el reglamento claramente explicado, los mates básicos, temas tácticos e incluso finales que si bien no se encuentran extensamente analizados, corresponden a posiciones que se deben conocer para poseer cierta base conceptual para aspirar a niveles más altos. Me parece un libro muy completo pese a su breve extensión y recomendable tanto para aquellos que desean aprender como profesores de ajedrez.

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Otro libro de enseñanza que me gustó mucho por el orden de temas que lo hace ideal para un profesor o monitor de ajedrez es "Ajedrez Práctico" del Maestro Internacional mexicano Guil Russek. Recuerdo siempre de este libro como se comenta la partida que jugó Morphy contra el Duque de Brunswick y el Conde de Isouard de manera clara y precisa.

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Bitácora de un Ajedrecista: http://www.marcelojorquera.com/

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  • 3 months ago

    carlosalva91

    Muy buen articulo, gracias considerare estos libros para la proxima. El segundo lo encontre en una libreria cuando tenia 16 anos, pero sin trabajo y sin dinero no lo compre. Ahora ya de 23 he vuelto al deporte ciencia. Gracias por el aporte, y por favor siga escribiendo que aqui lo leemos.

  • 3 months ago

    carlosalva91

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  • 7 months ago

    aadchesskid

    HERE IS THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION : 

    ( I TOO DONT KNOW SPANISH, USED TRANSLATOR, PLEASE DONT FIGHT ON LANGUAGE ISSUE.)

    Continuing the theme begun in a previous article I still have the idea of recommending more texts , especially considering beginners and those just starting out in the study of sport science.

    Talking about what books to read with many people and students strikes me that many want to start their study reviewing books open without having basic knowledge about strategy and tactics. In my opinion that's the wrong way, and an opening to play properly you need to have a minimum conceptual base. That's how it is not uncommon to see many variants Playing memory made by great masters without understanding what goes on the board , a phenomenon that has been exacerbated by the mass use of programs such as Chessbase for studying chess .

    There is a book that I love called " Elemental Chess " authored by Soviet master Panov , who constantly use in my classes for children and beginners of all ages . There one can find clearly explained and even final rules , basic mates , tactical issues but are not extensively analyzed, correspond to positions that should be known to possess certain conceptual base to aspire to higher levels. It seems a very complete book despite its short length and therefore recommended for those who want to learn as chess teachers .

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    Another book that I really enjoyed teaching the order of topics which makes it ideal for a teacher or monitor chess is " Practical Chess " Mexican International Master Guil Russek . Always remember this book as the starting Morphy played against the Duke of Brunswick and Count Isouard clearly and accurately discussed .

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  • 7 months ago

    luisalcuadrado

    Capablanca spoke Spanish and Ruy Lopez was a priest  who spoke Spanish too.English is not the original language of chess, neither English speaking people are the best chess players in the world: Check the candidates.

  • 7 months ago

    kramercito

    I'm surprised by the comments made by so many people regarding language...  This site is used by people from all over the world.  Why wouldn't their users write in different languages...  If we do not understand, I recommend a couple of things 1. use google 2. take the time to learn a new language...  

  • 7 months ago

    scrooge74

    what is wrong with using another language besides english?

  • 7 months ago

    XavierPadilla

    I recommend a webpage called Busuu, there you can learn the basics of Spanish, French, German, Portuguese and several more languages.

  • 7 months ago

    MrMars

    i recommend a webpage titled google. you can use it to translate your blogs.

    99% of content on this site is in english, this should be too.

  • 7 months ago

    Gomoto

    I learned myself some latin at school ;-)

    But I also use google translate to live translate while chating with spanish speaking friends. :-)

  • 7 months ago

    scafudox

    @SolitudeSA: He recomends two books for begineers and chess teachers . The first, "Elementary Chess" by GM Panov,  contains the rules of the game, basic mates, some tactics and endgames. The second book is "Practical Chess", by Guil Russek. It is not clear what topics the second book presents, but, apparently, there is a good analysis of a famous Morphy game. I translated the books names from Spanish back to English, I am not sure if the names are correct.

  • 7 months ago

    VDjStalin

    So now they write in Spanish?

  • 7 months ago

    SolitudeSA

    Hehe did you use Google Translate or something Gomoto? I can understand that you can most likely decipher what I said since you are from Germany but whew I can't make heads or tails of this article.  :)

  • 7 months ago

    Gomoto

    I understand you and and what is written here, and I do not speak spanish or your language at all :-).

  • 7 months ago

    SolitudeSA

    Ek het absoluut geen idee wat hier geskryf is nie.

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