By Artur Yusupov Chess Evolution 3: Mastery is the final book in a nine volume series designed to take club players to a 3 The comparison method 1-artur yusupov the fundamentals series Build up your chess 3 – mastery ( U) or Chess evolution 3 – mastery (U). jlfeliu. Chess Evolution 3: Mastery. Artur Yusupov. Secrets of Creative Thinking. Mark Dvoretsky, Artur Yusupov. Secrets of Endgame Technique: 3. Artur Yusupov.
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Disagree about My System. It may not be yusuopv as a first book, or primer, on positional play but it need not be put off that long. The first, or one of the first, books I read on positional play was “Best Lessons of a Chess Coach” and I was completely lost on his treatment of colour complexes. Now I can and do use the concept, though certainly not as successfully as say a level player with a better grasp of positional play. If you can enjoy a book, and understand enough of it, to get through it, I don’t think it any kind of waste if you didn’t get everything the author covered – at least you get introduced to the concept, and with further reading and additional experience you’ll begin to grasp the idea and it will become part of your play.
Speaking of the Yusupov books, there are 9 books chesz 3 seperate series Build up your aartur, Boost your chess, Chess evolution. I’m completely confused about which level each book is written for, and the correct order to read them.
Build up your chess 1 — fundamentals U Build cehss your chess 2 — beyond the basics U Build up your chess 3 — mastery U or Boost your chess 1 — fundamentals U Boost your chess 2 — beyond the basics U Boost your chess 3 — mastery U or Yusuppv evolution 1 — fundamentals U Chess evolution 2 — qrtur the basics U Chess evolution 3 — mastery U Yes, the Yusupov books are certaily good for highly motivated people.
That’s orange first build up orange, boost orange, evolution orangethen blue, then green It’s hard if not impossible to list 5 books covering “every aspect of the game” for anyone, at least for me. Eventually you might also consider investing in a one vol opening cness such as MCO and a comprehensive endgame book such as Basic Chess Endings.
They are not very well-known yet, and they’re hard to tackle. Don’t evolutiin suit a beginner I think: I would recommend them to a highly motivated student who has already hit at least OTB. It’s interesting to hear so many different perspectives on what books are best.
best chess books to study.
As an amateur I am always looking as to what people think are the best and surprisingly you could ask evolutiln people and they could potentially give you 10 different answers. Its also interesting to hear what level of player should be reading a certain book. Take silman’s How to Reassess Your Chess for example. I have read on many sites that one should not read this book until you reach aboutwhile Silman himself recommends this book to players and up. I guess the moral of the story is that one book may offer a wealth of knowledge to one player, but be completely useless artut another.
Also, Silman sells the book. But if you’re thinking of the first 5 books a player should get then it would be something like Seriwan’s winning chess series. Tactics Khenkin’s Checkmate Combinations, as mentioned on Page 1, is excellent.
Openings I’ll recommend an old book that Chesx obtained near the beginning of my career in the late ’90s, An Opening Repertoire for the Attacking Playerby Keene and Levy, Make sure you read yisupov of the books written by Max Euwe, former world champion but he was also a school teacher and the reason that the Dutch have done extremely well at chess.
If you have never read Euwe, you should.
Logica chess, master plays amateur, his biography, his Book on Fischer etc I’m pretty sure no player knows everything in the ‘mastery’ books anyway. And these rating are ELO’s which are different from chess. But yes, these are challenging books and even the orange ones contain exercises that are of interest to players lot stronger than Still, they are easier than some of the Dvoretsky books.
Here is the first example in the first orange book of Yusupov’s series. The lesson is titled ‘mating motifs’. I immediately understood that it wasn’t going to be a walk in the park An arbitrary limit of 5 books makes it a tough challenge to decide which to recommend: In the Art of Attack, Vukovic states very early on that since successful attacks are brought about through superior position, that a knowledge of positional play is crucial for the attacker and by extension, the reader of his book.
But that level of positional understanding is not likely going to be the product of a study of just one or two books that deal with the topic. Were the criteria to be 5 books to begin withmy list would be very different as I’d put the emphasis on tactics and recommend only one book for each subject of positional play and the endgame. Any my positional play recommendation would be an easy to read primer. So the list instead would be:.
Chess Evolution 3: Mastery by Artur Yusupov
My emphasis is on tactics simply because, in the past when I was active and had put a lot of time into studyit was a study of tactics and mating patterns that was the easiest to grasp and which produced the quickest results. Material on positional play I found I digested it best in chunks: Yuskpov 3, Aug 4, For someone rated about here I’d recommend: This would also really depend on your current skill.
Here are 5 books that would yusuov a lot. Middlegames Simple Chessby Michael Stean. Yes, Aagaard thinks this training program can bring someone close to IM level.
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