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              Home » Improvement » Learn from the Legends 3rd edition (hardcover) by Mihail Marin

              Learn from the Legends 3rd edition (hardcover) by Mihail Marin

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              Learn from the Legends is a modern classic. ChessCafe chose it as their Book of the Year and IM Jeremy Silman went even further when he wrote: “I can’t recall having seen a better book in the last two decades.” Ten years after the original publication, Quality Chess is proud to offer a revised hardback edition with a new chapter on the latest chess legend, Magnus Carlsen.

              Mihail Marin examines and explains the ideas of the legends who shaped modern chess. The chapters in this book discuss:

              Rubinstein’s excellent rook endgame technique
              Alekhine’s expertise with the heavy pieces
              Botvinnik’s ability for deep analysis
              Tal’s handling of heavy pieces vs. minor pieces
              Petrosian’s positional exchange sacrifices
              Fischer’s strength with the king’s bishop
              Karpov’s handling of bishops of opposite colour
              Korchnoi the rebel
              Carlsen the new king

              Mihail Marin is a grandmaster from Romania. His books for Quality Chess have established him as one of the world's finest chess authors.

              This new edition is available only in hardcover.

              ISBN: 978-1-78483-004-5 - 480 pages - Published 17 June 2015

              Reviews

              "This is the third edition of a book which has won a number of awards, and I can't help but add my praise.

              Tal's Super Rooks vs Two Minor Pieces is an absolute joy to read, but my favourite has to be Alekhine's mastery of positions with Queen and Rook vs Queen and Rook. Marin picks out seven examples of Alekhine's mastery of such positions and does a fantastic job of picking out typical ideas and themes. I've never given such endings much thought so a chapter like this gives you a great feeling of learning something fresh!

              Absolutely recommended - a true 5-star book!"

              GM Matthew Sadler, New in Chess

              Learn from the Legends is a modern classic. ChessCafe chose it as their Book of the Year and IM Jeremy Silman went even further when he wrote: “I can’t recall having seen a better book in the last two decades.” Ten years after the original publication, Quality Chess is proud to offer a revised hardback edition with a new chapter on the latest chess legend, Magnus Carlsen. 

               

              Mihail Marin examines and explains the ideas of the legends who shaped modern chess. The chapters in this book discuss:

               

              Rubinstein’s excellent rook endgame technique

              Alekhine’s expertise with the heavy pieces

              Botvinnik’s ability for deep analysis

              Tal’s handling of heavy pieces vs. minor pieces

              Petrosian’s positional exchange sacrifices

              Fischer’s strength with the king’s bishop

              Karpov’s handling of bishops of opposite colour

              Korchnoi the rebel

              Carlsen the new king

               

              Mihail Marin is a grandmaster from Romania. His books for Quality Chess have established him as one of the world's finest chess authors.

              Learn from the Legends is a modern classic. ChessCafe chose it as their Book of the Year and IM Jeremy Silman went even further when he wrote: “I can’t recall having seen a better book in the last two decades.” Ten years after the original publication, Quality Chess is proud to offer a revised hardback edition with a new chapter on the latest chess legend, Magnus Carlsen.

              Mihail Marin examines and explains the ideas of the legends who shaped modern chess. The chapters in this book discuss:

              Rubinstein’s excellent rook endgame technique
              Alekhine’s expertise with the heavy pieces
              Botvinnik’s ability for deep analysis
              Tal’s handling of heavy pieces vs. minor pieces
              Petrosian’s positional exchange sacrifices
              Fischer’s strength with the king’s bishop
              Karpov’s handling of bishops of opposite colour
              Korchnoi the rebel
              Carlsen the new king

              Mihail Marin is a grandmaster from Romania. His books for Quality Chess have established him as one of the world's finest chess authors.

              This new edition is available only in hardcover.

              ISBN: 978-1-78483-004-5 - 480 pages - Published 17 June 2015

              Reviews

              "This is the third edition of a book which has won a number of awards, and I can't help but add my praise.

              Tal's Super Rooks vs Two Minor Pieces is an absolute joy to read, but my favourite has to be Alekhine's mastery of positions with Queen and Rook vs Queen and Rook. Marin picks out seven examples of Alekhine's mastery of such positions and does a fantastic job of picking out typical ideas and themes. I've never given such endings much thought so a chapter like this gives you a great feeling of learning something fresh!

              Absolutely recommended - a true 5-star book!"

              GM Matthew Sadler, New in Chess

              Learn from the Legends is a modern classic. ChessCafe chose it as their Book of the Year and IM Jeremy Silman went even further when he wrote: “I can’t recall having seen a better book in the last two decades.” Ten years after the original publication, Quality Chess is proud to offer a revised hardback edition with a new chapter on the latest chess legend, Magnus Carlsen. 

               

              Mihail Marin examines and explains the ideas of the legends who shaped modern chess. The chapters in this book discuss:

               

              Rubinstein’s excellent rook endgame technique

              Alekhine’s expertise with the heavy pieces

              Botvinnik’s ability for deep analysis

              Tal’s handling of heavy pieces vs. minor pieces

              Petrosian’s positional exchange sacrifices

              Fischer’s strength with the king’s bishop

              Karpov’s handling of bishops of opposite colour

              Korchnoi the rebel

              Carlsen the new king

               

              Mihail Marin is a grandmaster from Romania. His books for Quality Chess have established him as one of the world's finest chess authors.



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