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Candidate Moves - A Grandmaster's Method

Candidate Moves - A Grandmaster's Method

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Product type: Printed book

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Christian Bauer

Find and Choose the Best

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Christian tackles one of the most important issues in chess: how to select candidate moves. He illustrates and discusses many different themes such as entering relatively uncharted territory, replying on your acquired knowledge, using intuition, or simply play prophylactically. He uses examples from his own games, the result is a uniquely useful book that will help you to raise the level of your general play.

French Grandmaster Christian Bauer is one of the leading strong players of his country. He is a former national champion and represented France in numerous international team events. He has written many articles and books for several publishing houses: Play 1..b6, and the Philidor Files both for Everyman Chess and Play the Scandinavian for Quality Chess. Many of his books have been translated in to other languages. This is his fourth book and his first for Thinkers Publishing.

Published 2018, softback, 405 pages.

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