Recently I finished going through selected games by Mikhail Botvinnik. It’s a collection of his best games up until he won the world championship for the first. Botvinnik: Selected Games explains Botvinnik’s theories, the development of Russian chess and six end game studies. The outstanding games in this volume are Mikhail Botvinnik’s own choices as the best games he played before becoming World Champion in
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One Hundred Selected Games
If you have any interest in the grandmasters and want to learn from them, you may want to start with this book. The chess notation used has nothing to do with the quality or usefulness of the book’s content. Recently I finished going through selected games by Mikhail Botvinnik. The book ends with a series of six studies, as well as his thesis on what a “combination” actually is.
Good for beginners to experts. Got one book on each of the facets of chess along with related softwares and then to link all of it together got this book to study master games.
One Hundred Selected Games by Mikhail Botvinnik
Books by Mikhail Botvinnik. Indigo Blue rated it it was amazing Mar 27, Even more so than Fischer and that’s saying a LOT for me. Certainly most individual games collections I’ve seen are database dumps with variation trees after every move, making them next to useless for a class player like me who thrives on repeated verbal explanations.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It’s a collection of his best games up until he won the world championship for the first time. Also his endgame botvinnok are something to be admired. In a foreword, he discusses his career, his method of play, and the system of training he has adopted for tournament play.
My review of “100 selected games” by Mikhail Botvinnik
I would say he is one of those universal players in that he can accumulate small advantages and crush his opponent positionally or he can sacrifice material and blow the guy out of the water with a flashy combination. Robert Walter rated it it was amazing Jan 17, Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
I was expecting a book like this to be mostly variations, with little to no verbal explanations of the moves and plans. Ben D rated it liked it Aug 28, Young rated it it was amazing Apr 03, A careful study of these games sflected prove rewarding to anyone interested in modern chess.
The outstanding games in this volume are Mikhail Botvinnik’s own choices as the best games he played before becoming World Champion in A careful study of these games should prove rewarding to anyone interested in modern chess. Angela Maloney rated vames really liked it Jan 26, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. This is an outstanding chess book, game collection, by one of the greatest World Champions in history. I like Botvinnik’s style of play.
Brian rated it liked it Sep 17, Aug 02, Puneet Gurnani rated it really liked it Shelves: Detalhes do produto Formato: No trivia or quizzes yet. There is a certain “forwardness” to his play that I really liked while going through his games. Kevin rated it really liked it Nov 16, bovinnik Of course the verbal explanations Botvinnik gives are not botvinnok the depth of something like “logical chess: Botvinnik, an expert analyst as well as a champion, had annotated these games himself, giving a complete exposition of his strategy and techniques against such leading chess players as Alekhine, Capablanca, Euwe, Keres, Reshevsky, Smyslov, Tartakower, Vidmar, and many others.
Tim rated it it was amazing Oct 10, Mikhail Botvinnik was certainly one of the half-dozen best chess players of all time. This volume also includes a long article on the development of chess in Russia, in which Botvinnik discusses Tchigorin, Alekhine, and their influence on the Soviet school of chess; the author’s six studies of endgame positions; and Botvinnik’s record in tournament and match play through