The Art of Defense in Chess
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The Art of Defense In Chess helps chess players train for a part of chess that is often overlooked. Most players would rather attack than defend, with the result that defensive technique is often the weakest part of their game.
The Art of Defense In Chess, translated by Ken Neat, explains the basics of defensive play and contains many tests for readers to practice on.
Topics covered include building a blockade, simplification, active defense and counter-attack and much more.
Before his untimely death in 1995, Lyev Polugayevsky had been one of the world's leading grandmasters for more than 30 years and was a candidate for the world championship on several occasions. His books, Grandmaster Achievement and Grandmaster Performance, are widely regarded as modern classics. Iakov Damsky is a Russian television and radio commentator and journalist.
||All levels (1000+)
||Lyev Polugayevsky and Iakov Damsky
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