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CHESS. FUNDAMENTALS ву. JOSÉ R. CAPABLANCA. CHESS CHAMPION OF THE WORLD Chess Fundamentals was first published thirteen years ago. ‘Chess Fundamentals’ by Jose Raul Capablanca. Algebraic edition. Game 1. Capablanca vs R B Estera, (C10) French Capablanca vs Janowski, Jose Capablanca’s classic instructional manual – Chess Fundamentals – first appeared in , the year he defeated Emanuel Lasker for the world.

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Mike Redman rated it it was amazing Jun 16, Obtaining a passed pawn No trivia or quizzes yet.

1. Some Simple Mates

In terms of distillation of fundamental ches, this is the best book on chess I’ve ever read. Howard Osterman rated it it was amazing Sep 28, There were perhaps a few more positions than needed to really be considered as concise as possible without lacking information, but that extra practice does help.

Capablanca’s commentary is crystal clear and insightful. I just recently started reading Fnudamentals Fundamentals by Capablanca. This page was last edited on 30 Septemberat Some winning positions in the middle-game 5. In order to force a mate without the aid of the King, at least two Rooks are required.

Using this Wikibook This Wikibook assumes that the reader understands the rules of chess and algebraic notation. I recommend this book to everyone.

Moreover, some of the lines given in the analyzed games are not accurate when assessed by the last version of Stockfish.

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At the time of writing the book was revolutionary. Mar 11, Drew rated it it was amazing Shelves: If one piece is badly placed, your whole game is bad. In an equal position, the opponents should maneuver, trying to achieve a position in which they have an advantage.

A quote from the second World Champion, Emmanuel Laskergoes, fundamenta,s bad plan is better than no plan at all. Yes, the algebraic edition is the best. dundamentals


Vasil Krstevski rated it really liked it Oct 24, The great guide to master the fundamentals of chess, simple to follow and a very wide variety of principles, from game openings to middle games to end games plus some illustrated games of the greatest players there ever was.

Written by Jose Raul Capablanca, one of the greatest chess players in the history, almost years ago, it remains a classic that every chess player should read.

The principle is to drive the opposing King to the last line on any side of the board. Capablanca seemed to be aware of this, so in those cases he did not include redundant text. A well-written, very useful guide accessibly for a beginner.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. General strategy of the opening 7. I own all and use all three. This method of evaluating a position, and then making a plan based on this evaluation, was developed in the 19th century.

Minor pieces These elements were further developed by later thinkers like Nimzowitsch, Capablanca and Alekhine, who all made their own contribution to the strategy of the game. Feb 14, Nathan rated it really liked it Shelves: Of course, we can not judge a chess book written a century ago by the contemporary standards because chess progressed a lot meanwhile.

Today is no longer so because Capablanca’s ideas are now incorporated in all good chess books. The goal of the stronger side is to store up the advantages, and then to convert temporary advantages into permanent ones. The first thing a student should do, is to familiarise himself with the power of the pieces.

It is the reader’s responsibility to study on his own, as the author has not written a page book doing it for us. Relative value of the pieces 6. I feel times smarter after doing each set of exercises. Fundamenttals Simple Mates The first thing a student should do, is to familiarise himself with the power fyndamentals the pieces.


Chess Fundamentals, Revised

Feb 9, 1. I own all and us all three. Feb 8, 6. In fundamentsls ending, as in the case of the Rook, the Black King must be forced to the edge of the board; only the Queen being so much more powerful than the Rook, the process is far easier and shorter.

To see how ridiculous such a judgment is, imagine assessing Newton’s Principia by the contemporary knowledge in physics. Apr 6, 3. Instead, he gave dapablanca a few words and moves with the implied idea being “the rest that can be said about this position is as I have already described. Chess Fundamentals, Revised The other algebraic edition, which simply replaces the descriptive notation but does not change any of the text.

Capabpanca I forget to pick up the book for a few weeks and realize I forgot all those awesome lessons I just learned. Sep 16, Serge Pierro rated it liked it Shelves: A classic, but what I remember is a long combination nobody would be able to repeat.

It notably differs from the verbosity of the commentaries found in today’s chess magazines like “New in Chess” where the annotators flood the reader with a cwpablanca of secondary lines. Return to Book Page.

Chess Fundamentals (Capablanca)

As the Queen combines the power of the Rook and the Bishop, it is the easiest mate of all and should always be accomplished in under ten moves. This can best be done by learning how to accomplish quickly some of the simple mates. Take the following position:.