Revision 2007, Rus
Based on the popular e-book Alexey Bartashnikov: "The basic principles of chess strategy. Course 3"
The third database "Chess Strategy III" consists of two parts: a strategy middlegame and endgame strategy. The first part includes the following topics: How to take advantage? (Material or positional advantage), limited mobility figures, the position of the victim, maneuvering in equal position, the initiative, the transition to the endgame. The second part includes the activity of the king, the role of pawns, the principle of two weaknesses.
Appearance page e-book: e-book format is similar .cbh and complies with Chess-Practic.
Archive: e-book .cbh open the program ChessBase 9-11, Fritz 9-12
How to exploit an advantage? How to take advantage?
Material advantage Financial advantage
Positional advantage - space advantage positional advantage - an advantage in space
Positional exchange positional exchange
Limiting the possibilities Limit capabilities
Limiting the mobility of pieces limited mobility figures
Limiting the mobility of pawns - blockade limited mobility pawns - blockade
Positional sacrifice positional sacrifice
Sacrifice of a pawn pawn sacrifice
Sacrifice of the exchange sacrifice quality
Sacrifice of a minor piece or rook sacrifice a rook or easy pieces
Sacrifice of the queen queen sacrifice
Maneuvering in an equal position maneuvering in equal position
Transition to the ending transition to the endgame
Endgame strategy endgame strategy
Activity of the king King Activity
Role of pawns role of pawns
Principle of the two weaknesses Principle 2 weaknesses
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