1. Home
  2. Login
  3. Recent Orders
  4. Wish List
  5. View Basket
  6. Checkout

International deliveries are available, by tracked mail only, to USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand a limited number of EU destinations.
EU customers will be required to pay customs duty and import VAT before delivery - at the rate applicable in their destination country.

How To Crush Your Chess Opponents

How To Crush Your Chess Opponents

Ref: g0099

Product type: Printed book

In stock

Simon Williams

Sample pages (pdf)

Simon Williams, one of Britain's most dynamic and aggressive chess-players, has selected his favourite attacking games from the modern era and added in-depth explanation and analysis to illustrate the decision making processes that attacking players must use. He explains how each stage in an attacking concept is formed and shows how top players spot the signs that indicate it is time to stake everything on an all-out assault.

He includes thirty attacking games in seven themed chapters: Opening to Middlegame, Keeping the Initiative, Harmonising the Army, Locating the Weakpoint, Changing the Tempo, All-In and Playing to Your Strengths. The players featured in this entertaining collection include: Judit Polgar, Alexei Shirov, Veselin Topalov, Viswanathan Anand, Vasily Ivanchuk, Peter Svidler, Alexander Grishchuk and Magnus Carlsen. This is a valuable manual of attacking play as Williams discusses important issues such as what to calculate and identifying critical moves.

Simon Williams is an experienced international grandmaster from England who has gained a reputation for playing uninhibited, attacking chess. He has represented England in World and European Championships in various age groups, and was runner-up in the British Championship in 2004.

Published 2008, softback, 111 pages.

Publisher's price 12.99 - save 7.99!

Our Price:5.00

Wishlist info

People who bought this also bought:

Chess Highlights Of The 20th Century
Magazine Bumper Bundle!

Please select next action

Go back orGo to wish list

Recently Viewed