Tactics Training - Alexander Alekhine

Tactics Training - Alexander Alekhine

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Tactics Training - Alexander Alekhine

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How to improve your Chess with Alexander Alekhine and become a Chess Tactics Master


Alexander Alekhine (1892-1946) was the 4th World Champion in the history of chess. In 1927 he defeated Jose Raul Capablanca in a World Championship Match by 18,5 - 15,5 (the winner was the first to win six games). Apart from a short intermission - in 1935-37 het lost his world title to the Dutchman Max Euwe - Alekhine held his title until his death in 1946.

Alekhine was one of the greatest attacking players and for mere mortals it seemed he could produce combinations out of nowhere. The man of the ‘complex combinations’ was known for his dynamic play and produced many beautiful games. Alekhine was quite clear about his tactical skills: ‘I have had to work long and hard to eradicate the dangerous delusion that, in a bad position, I could always, or nearly always, conjure up some unexpected combination to extricate me from my difficulties.’

Even in this age of computer chess, many of his ideas are still alive. Besides being a tactical genius,
Alekhine showed wonderful opening preparation, incredible imagination and positional understanding.

Do you want to adopt Alekhine-like thought processes in your own games? In this tactics training book you will get the opportunity to play the same good moves as the former World Champion did. This book offers you one hundred training exercises, in which Alekhine turned the game in his favour. The puzzles start at a moderate level and gradually get more difficult. Are you up for the challenge?

Tutorial

Main feature:
Đây là hình máy tính bàn – Play Computer.
Important note: You go first. For example: When you see “White goes first” and you click Đây là hình máy tính bàn then you are the White side. When you see “Black goes first” and you click Đây là hình máy tính bàn then you are the Black side.
In short, when you click Đây là hình máy tính bàn you go first.
Additional features:
Đây là hình ảnh Start-on – Start
Đây là hình ảnh previous-on – Previous
Đây là hình ảnh next-on – Next
Đây là hình ảnh end-on – End
Đây là hình ảnh play-on – Play
Đây là hình ảnh pause-on – Pause
Đây là hình ảnh flip-on – Flip

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