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By Byron Jacobs

ISBN-10: 0713478047

ISBN-13: 9780713478044

Inspired through Alexander Kotov's Think Like a Grandmaster, chess columnist and overseas grasp Byron Jacobs has created a procedure that trains gamers to imagine methodically in ordinary over-the-board events. He focuses particularly on supporting them to investigate adequately and make experience of complicated positions--precisely these points of chess the place video games are received or lost.

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D6. What­ ever Michael knew in advance, it is clear that I was flounder­ ing; for I now took twenty seven minutes for my next move. Obviously, I was already regretting my seduction by the Romanishin game - I've never been particularly comfortable with the responsibility engen­ dered by a bad pawn structure at such an early stage. �b4 14 'i'c2 'i'e7 when I S a3 would lose a valu­ able tempo, while IS cS lLlb4 exchanges the bishop and I S fIIa 4 �b4 only repeats. But pre­ sumably Michael was already going for more.

ES (if 27 ... gS! is winning, viz. 32 . . d7 [if 32 ... IxeS+ 1:xe8 34 d7; or 32 . faS (28 . xg2?! ff7) 29 Wh2 b4 30 lIxeS ! dxeS 3 1 �xeS and in bad time trouble Black quickly succumbed: 3 l . f7 3S d6 1 -0 Speel­ man-D. Wright, Oxford Univer­ sity-Cavendish 1 977. 6 ...

D2 49 tt::ld5 e2 50 lie 1 d3 5 1 tt::lf4 ! and wins. llh2 48 tt::lc4 llh8 49 b6 50 b7 2:49 �b8 2:32 51 tt::l d6 Here my scoresheet went to pieces as I left out 5 1 tt::ld6, skipping to Black's next move in my column - the clock times also disappeared. Nine rounds after my previous win, I must have been excessively tense and it is not so surprising that after Black's next move I lost the thread. f5! 51 ... 5 1 . e3? 52 \t;>c3 d2 53 \t;>d3 is simple. al?? After 52 �c3! the pawns are stopped and the threat of llb 1 a i -aS is decisive: 52 ...

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