Creative Chess Strategy by Alfonso Romero

By Alfonso Romero

In a groundbreaking paintings, a Spanish grandmaster explains how creativity can be utilized to beat technical hindrances at the chessboard. when they have bought a bonus, too many gamers make the error of assuming that the exploitation of this advantge will simply be a question of process, requiring accuracy, yet little mind's eye. Romero exhibits, via interpreting the play of the good chess champions, that the other is frequently the case: occasionally it's the paradoxical answer that works, while the mechanical strategy might deplete the genuinely-earned virtue. through following Romero in his research of the numerous remarkable useful examples during this booklet, readers will necessarily elevate their realizing of chess procedure usually and fine-tune their intuition for sensing these severe moments whilst non-standard suggestions are worthwhile.

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64 +- ELEMENTARY POSITIONS (1-318) 253. Rinck 254. Rinck 1939 1936 +- 1...? 255. Berger 256. Von Holzhausen 1888 1898 1.? +- 1.? 257. V. Platov and M. Reti 1914 1925 1.? +- +- 1.? Rinck 260. Lazard 1936 1901 1.? +- 1.? 261. Von Holzhausen 262. Tavariani 1912 1982 1.? +- 263. Rinck 264. Theoretical position 1951 1.? 66 1.?

1.? Rinck 166. V. Platov and M. Platov 1945 1907 I.? I.? 167. Rinck 1953 1932 I.? I.? 50 +- +- +- ELEMENTARY POSITIONS (1-318) 169. Holm 170. Fine 1912 1941 1.? +- 1...? 171. Keke1y 172. Bron 1986 1958 1.? 173. Herlin 174. Herlin 1862 1862 1.? +- 1.? -+ +- +- 51 ELEMENTARY POSITIONS (1-318) 175. Kling and Horwitz 176. Kling and Horwitz 1851 1851 l.? +- l...? 177. Weenink 178. P1atov 1918 1925 l.? +- l.? 179. Berger 180. Guy 1890 1940 1.? 52 +- +- +- ELEMENTARY POSITIONS (1-318) 181. Kubbe1 182.

Salvioli 1887 1887 1.? 201. Lolli 202. Horwitz 1763 1879 1.? +- +- 203. Grigoriev +- 204. Theoretical position 1932 1.? 56 +- 1.? +- ELEMENTARY POSITIONS (1-318) 205. Theoretical position 206. Cozio /949 1.? 207. Kling and Horwitz 208. Berger /851 1922 1.? +- 1.? +- +- 210. Cheron 1945 209. Miller /976 +- 1.? +- 57 ELEMENTARY POSITIONS (1-318) 212. Fine 211. Berger 1941 I.? +- 213. Rinck 1938 1947 I.? I.? Stamma 216. Nadareishvili 1737 1970 I.? 58 +- ELEMENTARY POSITIONS (1-318) 217. Kling and Horwitz 218.

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