Much can be learned from these sparkling miniatures. John Nunn examines both how the loser might have avoided disaster, and explains how the winner. Author: John Nunn Title: Brilliant Chess Miniatures Released: Format: pdf Size: 9 Mb Download book. A collection of games of 25 moves or fewer by a grandmaster. The accent is on instruction, discussing both how the loser could have avoided disaster and how.

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Be the first to review this item Would you like to billiant us about a lower price? Abolaji Sulaiman marked it as to-read May 27, Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. One of the world’s finest writers on chess presents his selection of brilliant modern games of 25 moves or fewer.

Be the first to ask a question about Brilliant Chess Miniatures. But much of this is really a matter of taste too.

Amazon Prime Music Brrilliant millions of songs, ad-free. Early on the book intermixes 1 and 2 page games. The choice of Figurine notation worsens the problem described in 1a. Igor marked it as to-read Jan 26, How many times did Tal score a touchdown?


Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Mostly they came from the Informants, I imagine. To get the miniattures app, enter mobile phone number. Superb is not enough! No trivia or quizzes yet. To see what your friends thought of this book, minixtures sign up. So I was very happy to see that a player of Nunn’s stature do a book on this fun and instructive topic. See our Returns Policy.


Chess is a primarily about tactics. John Nunn examines both how the loser might brillian avoided disaster, and explains how the winner managed to punch home his advantage so effectively. JimGeary added it Jun 09, The unpleasant and unsurprising result is that around game 12 we encounter a game that can be viewed only by flipping back and forth between pages, a hassle. Buy this book now! As mentioned in other reviews the formatting could have been better by arranging 2 page games on facing pages chess of having to turn a page to finish a game.

It often matters a whole lot from which square the moved piece originated. Four times out of the first ten. Took 8 weeks to arrive, but worth the wait. And to be really successful, your chess study should also be fun, and I think this book meets this criterion as well.

And the emphasis here is definitely on the “hand-to-hand” aspect of chess. Ryan miyu marked it as to-read Jun 11, Birlliant rated it liked it Aug 24, Much can be learned from these miniahures miniatures. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Great buy in good condition. Fischer, Timman, Kramnik and Shirov all have wins. Some of these are true masterpieces, I doubt very much that the average nunnn has seen more than a handful of these games prior to studying this volume.


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I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Its fun and it is filled with really scintillating tactics.

Nabau Moreng rated it it was amazing Oct 06, nnunn In order to get this down to a more manageable number, he decided to further limit the games to those where both players were rated at least Elo or better. Doron Yam rated briliant liked it Jan 07, The format with three diagrams per page, and up to six per game enables the book to be enjoyed even if a chess set is not handy. It would have also been nice to see a list of groupings like: It would have been nice to know what the sources were for some of the annotations.

But in the end, we are presented with great nnunn of chess. Download a pdf file with a sample from the book.

Three times, that I can see. His first book for Gambit, “Secrets of Practical Chess,” was an instant bestseller.

Refresh and try again. John rated it really liked it Jul 14, John Nunn at his best is better than most chess writers at their best. He is one of England’s strongest chess players and once was in the world’s top ten.