300 Most Important Chess Positions

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In this highly instructive book, Thomas Engqvist analyses the 300 most important chess positions - perfect for players who want to reach a higher level but don't have the time to sit for hours and hours each week in less productive study.

Each numbered position can be seen as a test-yourself-quiz (with answers given below the diagrams) to help cement positional understanding. Since it is advisable to repeat the positions from time-to-time, this book can be your life-long companion, enabling you to dramatically increase your positional chess understanding.

  • Learn  the most important positional ideas in the opening, middlegame and endgame by studying just five positions every week for one year.

  • In-depth analysis of the 300 most important positions, according to the famous principle 'less is more'. The less you study the less you forget.

  • The perfect short-cut to success for time-pressed and ambitious improvers no matter what your actual strength.
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