Lessons with a Grandmaster III aims to “bridge the gap between GM Boris Gulko shares his insights while professor of psychology, Dr. Joel. Lessons with a Grandmaster bridges this gap between grandmaster and amateur through a series of conversations between teacher, the renowned Grandmaster Boris Gulko, and student Dr. Joel R. Sneed, a professor of psychology and amateur chess player. Lessons with a Grandmaster has 31 ratings and 3 reviews. Psycroptic said: A very well written book. It features 25 games of GM Boris Gulko. Each game is.
|Published:||25 August 2014|
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Sneed is no chess slouch himself and strives to answers Gulko's key questions at various times during the game. The reader is of course expected to try and solve these puzzles too.
Sneed usually fails to find the perfect move they are not easy! Lessons with a grandmaster gulko Gulko then A very well written book. The themes and topics covered centre on attack: This must, however, be allied with accurate calculation. Can White take the initiative with Boris explains a key principle to obtaining the initiative: Your opponent has to have done something wrong.
In the game, Boris actually played Ba3, developing a piece in preparation.
Eventually, Browne, who Boris admits is a strong grandmaster, makes a mistake. Improve your understanding of chess strategy and psychology. Since working on this book Dr.
Sneed has gained rating points and tied for 1st place in the Marshall Chess Club Under tournament with lessons with a grandmaster gulko out of 5 and a performance rating of !
All of the games are well-annotated, but what sets this book apart are the questions and comments that Snead makes which draw Gulko out.