Paperback, 256 pages, Sterling Publishing 2006
The follow-up to the successful Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking, this insightful book takes a close look at some of the most outstanding games from the last six years, commenting on every single move as the game unfolds. This time, however, the emphasis is on planning, and how players plot their strategy many moves ahead. The author's detailed approach gives you a rare opportunity to get to the nitty-gritty of what goes through grandmasters' minds as they play. To avoid unnecessary repitition, the opening moves of the games are discussed more lightly - deep analysis begins in the early middlegame, which is where the planning stage really kicks in.
English Grandmaster Neil McDonald has firmly established himself as one of the world’s leading chess writers, with many outstanding works to his name. He is also a respected chess coach who has trained many of the UK’s strongest junior players.
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