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Certainly no man has ever held the world championship longer — 28 years — or kept his powers so long. The Elements of Chess opens with a description of the chess board, the various rules of chess, and the relative values of the pieces. The book is one of the most thorough studies ever written, and though its main appeal is to the intermediate to skilled player, it begins its explanations at a level that can be understood by the beginner.
Lasker’s Manual of Chess
Position Play is prefaced with an exposition on the difference between positional play and combinational play, and Lasker eanuel their diametrical opposition. The book is divided into six laskeg The Combination covers combinational play also called “tactical play” or “tactics”beginning with explanations of some basic combinations, and moving on to detail a number of games meant to exemplify combinational style.
The rest of the section is concerned with identifying and describing the various “features” and “advantages” of a position, such as its pawn structure and potential for piece cooperation. Product Description Product Details Emanuel Lasker was probably the greatest chess player of modern times. Examples and Models lakser, the book’s final section, consists entirely of a number of illustrative games, each with a thorough analysis.
He also explains how to read descriptive chess notationwhich is used throughout the book. Lasker analyzes basic methods of gaining advantages, exchange value of pieces, combinations, position play, the aesthetics of chess, and almost every other important aspect of the game. He explains the importance of having a clear “plan” of the game, and provides a number of example games.
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He constantly illustrates his discussions with games played by the great modern masters. Lasker goes on to explain how combinations can be most effectively countered, and what common “motifs” emerge oasker combinational play.
The Aesthetic Effect in Chess finds Lasker expounding ekanuel the ways that the subjective “aesthetic valuations” of a “spectator” cause him or her to have vastly different opinions of the same game.
In his sixties, Lasker began what amounted to a fresh career in chess by playing his first serious game in ten years, and defeating Max Euwe, the man who was the following year to become world champion.
Lasker’s Manual of Chess By: Lasker’s Manual of Chess German: This page was last edited on 23 Juneat From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This section ends by detailing the increasing value of pawns as they advance in rankin contrast to their value in the opening.
Lasker quickly moves on to the fundamentals of chess strategy and tactics emmanuel, and ends the section with examples of some of the basic mates. The Theory of the Openings begins with an explanation of the general principles of opening play and how openings affect the course of the middlegame and endgame.
An interesting sidelight is that although Lasker always thought of himself as a disciple of Steinitz, he was actually an original, more versatile player, inclined to take calculated risks. Emanuel Lasker was probably the greatest chess player of modern times.
Lasker’s Manual of Chess – Wikipedia
Lehrbuch des Schachspiels is a book on the game of chess written in by former World Chess Champion Emanuel Lasker. This knowledge is reflected in the Manuual of Chess, making it one of the great studies of the game, acclaimed by the chess world almost from the day it appeared.
Lasker is always delightful reading, revealing a mind as quick to entertain and philosophize as it is to explain. The Life of a Chess Master. He also spends considerable time on the subject of piece sacrifices and passed pawns.
The rest of the section attempts to cover many of the major openings, providing example games and analyses of each. Lasker also goes lf to speculate about the mathematics of chessthe “physics of contest”, and the correctness of Steinitz’s theories.
The content of the book, as Lasker himself writes, is most influenced by the theories put forth by Steinitzas well as Staunton ‘s The Chess-Player’s Handbook. In the closing pages of this section Lasker criticizes the e,anuel school of chess for disregarding many accepted principles of positional play.
Reprint of the revised, W. The rest of this section comprises various famously uncanny games, such as the Immortal game and the Evergreen odwith some analysis from Lasker. Views Read Edit View history.