Artur Yusupov was ranked No. 3 in the world of chess from to , just behind the legendary Karpov and Kasparov. He has won everything there is to win. Chess Evolution 1 has 21 ratings and 0 reviews. Artur Yusupov’s complete course of chess training stretches to nine volumes, guiding the reader towards a.. . Chess Evolution series completes Artur Yusupov’s course of chess improvement. The Fundamentals series showed players the basic ideas they should know.

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Aditya Mookerjee marked it as to-read Jul 18, The present volume covers the following topics. Its also interesting to hear what level of player should be reading a certain book.

Chess evolution 1 — fundamentals U Chess chss 2 — beyond the basics U Chess evolution 3 — mastery U PDF excerpt This award-winning instructional series is at the Fundamentals level, which shows players the basic ideas on the road to mastery, using carefully selected positions and advice, plus test puzzles.

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Chess Evolution 1 by Artur Yusupov

Take silman’s How to Reassess Your Chess for example. Pay by credit card, ratur card or PayPal. Ka rated it it was amazing May 11, Maitreya Gary marked it as to-read May 05, Here are 5 books that would cover a lot. Simon Valles rated it really liked it Nov 13, Yes, the Yusupov books are certaily good for highly motivated people.

Bakr Qutainy marked it as to-read Jan 05, He has worked with players ranging from current World Champion Anand to local amateurs in Germany, where he resides.

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Chess Evolution 1: The Fundamentals by Artur Yusupov

Paperbackpages. Lists with This Book. But yes, these are challenging books and even the orange ones contain exercises that are of interest to players lot stronger than Any my positional play recommendation would be an easy to read primer.

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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Books by Artur Yusupov. Paul Cannon added it May 26, Ashutosh rated it it was amazing Aug 15, For someone rated about here I’d recommend: If you can enjoy a book, and understand enough of it, to get through it, I don’t think it any kind of waste if you didn’t get everything the author covered – at least you get introduced to the concept, and with further reading and additional experience you’ll begin to grasp the idea and it will become part of your play.

And these rating are ELO’s which are different from chess.

The course is structured in three series with three levels. Disagree about My System.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Quang Vu marked it as to-read Aug 25, The lesson is titled ‘mating motifs’.

Randy rated it it was amazing Mar 02, Openings I’ll recommend an old book that I obtained near the beginning of my career in the late ’90s, An Opening Repertoire for the Attacking Playerby Keene and Levy, Refresh and try again. Material on positional play I found I digested it best in chunks: The various topics — Tactics, Strategy, Positional Play, Endgames, Calculating Variations, and Openings — are spread evenly across the nine volumes, giving readers the chance to improve every area as they work through the books.


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Worzel rated it it was amazing Sep 06, Return to Book Page. He has chesss everything there is to win in chess except for the World Championship and is now a chess trainer. Now I can and do use the concept, though certainly not as successfully as say a level player with a better grasp of positional play. It’s interesting to hear so many different perspectives on what books are best. Were the criteria to be 5 books to begin withmy list would be very different as I’d put the emphasis on tactics and recommend only one book for each subject of positional play and the endgame.

Yes, Aagaard thinks this training program can bring someone close to IM level. Also, Silman yusupo the book. Aug 4, Preview — Chess Evolution 1 by Artur Yusupov. An arbitrary limit of 5 books makes it a tough challenge to decide which to recommend: But if you’re thinking of the first 5 books a player should get then it would be something like Seriwan’s winning chess series.

Trivia About Chess Evolution Don’t really suit a beginner I think: GM Rameshprobably the arthr trainer in chesz world.