By Artur Yusupov Chess Evolution 3: Mastery is the final book in a nine volume series designed to take club players to a 3 The comparison method 1-artur yusupov the fundamentals series Build up your chess 3 – mastery ( U) or Chess evolution 3 – mastery (U). jlfeliu. Chess Evolution 3: Mastery. Artur Yusupov. Secrets of Creative Thinking. Mark Dvoretsky, Artur Yusupov. Secrets of Endgame Technique: 3. Artur Yusupov.

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Yusupov has also been a frequent contributor to Dvoretsky’s books and has been a second and advisor to both Viswanathan Anand and Peter Leko during their world championship campaigns. His f4-Knight has enough squares to prevent Black forcing it into zugzwang. The Fundamentals level is the easiest one, Beyond the Basics is more challenging, and Mastery is quite difficult, even for stronger players. The answer is that he offers the rare combination of tremendous chess knowledge and the ability and desire to share it.

Kasparov White in fact constructs a fortress.

Chess Evolution 3 – Mastery by Artur Yusupov

I immediately understood that it wasn’t going to be a walk in the park Desafinado evolutionn it Dec 23, Dayanand Sindhu marked it as to-read Mar 22, No trivia or quizzes yet. This page was last edited on 15 Novemberat Mark all topics as READ. The lesson is titled ‘mating motifs’.

I would recommend them to a highly motivated student who has already hit at least OTB.

The Fundamentals series showed players the basic ideas they should know. Yusupov is especially good at explaining complicated subject matter in a clear fashion that makes the material accessible without dumbing it down.


Chess Evolution 3 Artur Yusupov

By analyzing this game at several levels of complexity Yusupov makes his annotations interesting for a wide audience of players.

Boost arturr chess 1 — fundamentals U Boost your chess 2 chdss beyond the basics U Boost your chess 3 — mastery U or Chess evolution 1 — fundamentals U Chess evolution 2 — beyond the basics U Chess evolution 3 — mastery U Any my positional play recommendation would be an easy to read primer. Adult newcomers to the game and players who have passed their peak will invariably find themselves frustrated at some point if they define their relationship to the game solely by their chese.

But yes, these are challenging books and even the orange ones contain exercises that are of interest to players lot stronger than Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Chess Evolution 3

It’s hard if not impossible to list 5 books covering “every aspect of the game” for anyone, at least for me. Least of all does he rely on inspiration; his every move is based on industrious study.

The first, or one of the first, books I read on positional play was “Best Lessons of a Chess Coach” and I was completely lost on his treatment of colour complexes. This book is the third volume at the Mastery level. Material on positional play I found I digested it best in chunks: Donald is currently reading it Feb 27, I’m pretty sure no player knows everything in the ‘mastery’ books anyway.

It may not be suitable as a first book, or primer, on positional play but it yuaupov not be put off that long.

In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Ran Shay marked it as to-read Feb 03, Mastery and the entire series is not a random collection of positions tossed together but carefully chosen arutr that methodically build the student’s knowledge from exercise to exercise.

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Perhaps Winter wanted to swap off a potential weakness, the h3-pawn. Chess Evolution 3 completes Artur Yusupov’s course of chess improvement. Worzel marked it as to-read Sep 06, Views Read Edit View history. My emphasis is on tactics simply because, in the past when I was active and had put a lot of time into studyit was a study of tactics and mating patterns that was the easiest to grasp and which produced the quickest results.


RyChessMaster1 vs captainmatein7 Cough Cough captaintugwash rychessmaster1 29 min ago. Logan marked it as to-read May 06, Want to Read saving….

While Yusupov modestly cautions in his introduction that ches series is not a substitute for a trainer, there can be no question that the motivated student working alone can glean much knowledge. But if you’re thinking of the first 5 yusuov a player should get then it would be something like Seriwan’s winning chess series.

Arko marked it as to-read Aug 14, As an amateur I am always looking as to what people think are the best and surprisingly you could ask 10 people and they could potentially give you 10 different answers. This would also really depend on your current skill. He went on to share first place at the World Open and won at the Basel Rapid and at Altenkirchenmaking him the German Champion.

Syed Tariq marked it as to-read Sep 12, Tactics Khenkin’s Checkmate Combinations, as mentioned on Page 1, is excellent.

Chit Maung marked it as to-read Feb 05,