By Daniel Gormally

This can be a penetrating learn of the attacking tools of the main competitive chess gamers of the fashionable era-from Sixties global champion Mikhail Tal to Magnus Carlsen, teenage chief of latest new wave of lethal attackers. The attacking kind is an efficient selection for any chess competitor, yet particularly for much less complex avid gamers, who will enjoy the fireworks it produces. the 1st publication from one of many UK's prime Grandmasters, this exact advisor is illustrated with a wealth of examples from top-level video games.

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