Positional Chess Handbook

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A guide to positional chess, this book is designed as an instructional device for all players to improve their understanding of chess strategy. "Positional Chess Handbook" includes chapters on vital features of the game such as "the two bishops", choosing an endgame, strong points, and cramped positions. Progressively more difficult examples are used to develop intuition through study of the play of Great champions such as Gary Kasparov, Anatoly Karpov and Bobby Fischer.

Positional Chess Handbook 1992, Collier Books

ISBN-13: 9780020288312

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Positional Chess Handbook 1991, Batsford Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780713463958

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