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By Alexander Beliavsky, Adrian Mikhailchishin

The publication offers with a competent and fascinating method (1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 three Nf3 b6 four a3) which has been performed through many of the world's elite, beginning with ex-world champion Tigran Petrosian. it's not a repertoire e-book even though. Beliavsky & Mikhalchishin current an target paintings which discusses the probabilities of either sides.
White's major strategic aim during this approach is to construct an ideal pawn centre after which organise a kingside assault. Such an procedure is far extra typical than the fashionable fianchetto structures opposed to the Queen's Indian Defence. Database information appear to ensure that, as White is scoring larger with 4.a3 than with 4.g3. The authors' personal sensible event indicates that they consider conveniently within the Petrosian method with any color. they're particularly powerful with White and feature no longer allowed a unmarried loss in 27 years. The constitution of this ebook is identical to different contemporary Chess Stars guides. everything begins with a "Main principles" part that explains the foremost plans and commonplace positions that are then analyzed within the "Move via flow" chapters. The ebook could be attention-grabbing to quite a lot of avid gamers who input QID positions as White or Black.

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By Alexander Beliavsky, Adrian Mikhailchishin

The publication offers with a competent and fascinating method (1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 three Nf3 b6 four a3) which has been performed through many of the world's elite, beginning with ex-world champion Tigran Petrosian. it's not a repertoire e-book even though. Beliavsky & Mikhalchishin current an target paintings which discusses the probabilities of either sides.
White's major strategic aim during this approach is to construct an ideal pawn centre after which organise a kingside assault. Such an procedure is far extra typical than the fashionable fianchetto structures opposed to the Queen's Indian Defence. Database information appear to ensure that, as White is scoring larger with 4.a3 than with 4.g3. The authors' personal sensible event indicates that they consider conveniently within the Petrosian method with any color. they're particularly powerful with White and feature no longer allowed a unmarried loss in 27 years. The constitution of this ebook is identical to different contemporary Chess Stars guides. everything begins with a "Main principles" part that explains the foremost plans and commonplace positions that are then analyzed within the "Move via flow" chapters. The ebook could be attention-grabbing to quite a lot of avid gamers who input QID positions as White or Black.

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With a l ittle i m a g i nati o n y o u m a y b e a ble t o t h i n k of a cou nter-j o ke w h i l e d o i n g t h i s , b u t i n fact it i s a l ready suffi cient if y o u rea l ize that you r opponent is p l a y i n g a tri ck on you . Then you can s i m pl y ig n o re it, j u st look at the boa rd a n d p l a y o n . Of co u rse, w hen you a re co nfro nted w ith outright in co rrect behav i o u r you ca n ca l l the a rbiter. 12 Development process Acquiring skills Th e a cq u isition of tec h n i ca l a n d soci a l s ki l l s h a p p e n s i n p h ases : you acq u i re an i n Si g ht, you practice with it ( n ow a n d then p utti ng y o u r foot i n it) , a nd i n the l o n g r u n t h e i ns i g h t w i l l beco m e a n a uto mati s m .

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He mentio n s n i n e pOi nts of attention for the deve l o pment of creative th i n k i ng : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Awa re ness of psycho l o g i c a l b l ocks d ete rri n g creativity Co rrect defi n ition of the p ro b l e m To l era n ce t o u n o rthodox i d e a s I n teg ration o f known el ements W i d e n i n g o f h o rizons, p reventi ng specia l i zation Use of i m a g i nation Criti cism and d o u bt i n g S e l f d i sc i p l i ned tra i n i ng The motivati o n a l aspect of c reativity Rem a rkab l y, i n a conversation with Karel va n Delft d u ri n g a n open youth ch a m p i o n sh i p in Isra e l , Av n i sa i d that h e co n s i d e red chess to be an a ntisoci a l sport .

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