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Gata Kamsky - Chess Gamer Volume 1

Awakening 1989-1996

«Kamsky analyses these games exhaustively, often explaining the mindset with which he approached them and why they have special meaning for him....it is still an amazing read... Carsten Hansen - ACM 01/2019. Kudos to Thinkers Publishing for convincing the American Chess Legend to publish with them, especially when we learn that "This is going to be my only work on chess, a subject that I feel I have learned enough about to share with you some of my knowledge". - Chess Magazine April 2019.»

Gata will share in his first volume how he became one of the world elite class players and contender for the title of World Chess Champion. Why and how he used different styles of play and will reveal how this learning process helped him to become a chess professional. Les mer

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Gata will share in his first volume how he became one of the world elite class players and contender for the title of World Chess Champion. Why and how he used different styles of play and will reveal how this learning process helped him to become a chess professional.

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Forlag
Thinkers Publishing
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9789492510280
Utgivelsesår
2019
Format
23 x 17 cm

Om forfatteren

Grandmaster Gata Kamsky, five times US champion, has one of the most extraordinary career trajectories of any chess player. In 1989 he arrived in New York, at the age of 15, with his father from his home country Russia. Just two years later he became for the first time US champion. He reached the top 10 at the very young age of 16 and played a World Championship match at the age of 22, losing to the reigning World Champion Anatoli Karpov. He then decided to stop playing chess for 8 years, studying Medicine and Law. In 2004 he reappeared as a full-time player, became again a world-elite player winning many international tournaments and supporting the US team for many successes.

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«Kamsky analyses these games exhaustively, often explaining the mindset with which he approached them and why they have special meaning for him....it is still an amazing read... Carsten Hansen - ACM 01/2019. Kudos to Thinkers Publishing for convincing the American Chess Legend to publish with them, especially when we learn that "This is going to be my only work on chess, a subject that I feel I have learned enough about to share with you some of my knowledge". - Chess Magazine April 2019.»

«So far two volumes in this series have been released and they do not disappoint in the slightest. Kamsky has a unique story in that after losing the 1996 FIDE world championship match to Karpov, he hardly played until his return in 2004. Shortly returning to a top level after his return, Kamsky has given us a splendid collection of his best efforts with some of the most in depth annotations I have ever seen. With each game taking up approximately 15-20 pages of analysis this is definitely not a book for the lazy. However Kamsky does not seek to drown the reader in an endless sea of variations, rather it is representative of the depth to which he understands chess, providing first-class explanations in the process. One of the few books I have read which gave me the instant impression of feeling stronger from going over the content. Gopal Menon 0620»

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