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Chess for Tigers book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Tiger is a vicious beast. He doesn't care about the aesthetic s. Download the Book:Chess For Tigers (Batsford Chess Book) By Simon Webb PDF For Free, Preface. One of the most influential books on chess ever published now in digital format. The Tiger is a vicious beast. He doesnt care about the aesthetic side of chess.


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This is easier said than done, and many experienced players, including some grandmasters, seem unable to avoid getting into time-trouble game after game. As a result they regularly throw away good positions, and fail to achieve the results of which they are capable.

If this sound like you, then you have an easy way of improving your results. Stop getting into time-trouble! Forget about openings, tactics, strategy, and all the rest of your game.

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First concentrate on this one aspect of chess, and when you have conquered it your results will improve automatically. Only then should you return to improving the rest of your play.

The rest is just technique. Some impressions from the book: Control of the clock is one of the most important and most neglected aspects of practical play. Hundreds of volumes have been written on openings, and yet hardly anything on how to handle the clock correctly; so I will try to redress the balance to some small extent in this chapter.

Even if you play most of your chess without clocks, you are bound sooner or later to play in a club match or local tournament where clocks are used, and then you will need to make the most of the time available if you are to do yourself justice.

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Ideally you should apportion your time so that the length of time you think over each move is related to the difficulty of the move, and so that you use all the time available without having to rush at the end.

This is easier said than done, and many experienced players, including some grandmasters, seem unable to avoid getting into time-trouble game after game. As a result they regularly throw away good positions, and fail to achieve the results of which they are capable.

If this sound like you, then you have an easy way of improving your results. Stop getting into time-trouble! This book is that one I was missing.

It takes all the memorization and strategy and stretches it out into a way to win games on a consistent basis. Good practical advice Being a scientist by nature I tend to approach chess games and chess positions as problems to be solved and solved scientifically at that. However, in real life you play against humans with nerves and emotions, so a bit of tiger attitude really helps!

After almost three years of tournament play, I'm still only scratching the surface of what's offered in this book: A short and practical book for competitive chess players.

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Simon Webb provides well analyzed examples even if the modern analyst can certainly find some improvements here and there with modern chess engines. The book really is about developing competitive skills, not mastering the arcanes of the game itself.

You can't learn to play chess from this book, but you can learn how to win at chess.

Webb explains how to compete against stronger or weaker players and how to deal with technical wins or time t A short and practical book for competitive chess players. Webb explains how to compete against stronger or weaker players and how to deal with technical wins or time trouble, for example.

I found the chapter about team competitions particularly interesting since I used to play mostly team events for a long time. Given it's age, most of the content was written in and the rest in , there is no advice on the use of computers.

In fact this seems to me the only competitive ingredient missing from this book which I highly recommend to any competitive player. Tim rated it it was amazing Jun 23, Scott D.

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Ideally you should apportion your time so that the length of time you think over each move is related to the difficulty of the move, and so that you use all the time available without having to rush at the end. Chess for Tigers is different in that instead it doesn't really focus on anything but looks at the game from a holistic and psychological viewpoint. Illustrations by Edward McLachlan, 99 pages soft cover Here are some opinions on this book: "Next time you need to beat a player, to get more rating points, think of yourself as a predator, looking for lunch, and see what ideas come to you.

More Details Code: Select all However, there were many games where I was floundering about trying to understand what Dorfman would have played if he was at the board and I don't really think he explained his method well enough so that I could understand it, as Watson and Dvoretsky have touched upon. As a result they regularly throw away good positions, and fail to achieve the results of which they are capable.

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