How to Reassess Your Chess has long been considered a modern classic. Now, this fourth and final edition – COMPLETELY REWRITTEN. How to Reassess Your Chess has ratings and 42 reviews. Steve said: If you can Paperback, Expanded, Third Edition, pages. Published January 1st. 1 e4 Nf6 2 e5 Nd5 3 d4 d6 4 c4 Nb6 5 f4 dxe5 6 fxe5 Nc6 7 Be3 Bf5 8 Nc3 e6 9 Nf3 Be7 10 d5 Be2 O-O O-O f6 exf6 Bxf6 10 exd5 11 cxd5 Nb4.

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This book is huge, but it is worthful to be read from cover to cover, specially with the very easy to read often humo Amazing book. Silman took his time choosing the exercises that fit very well the material covered in the chapters.

Akshi 11 min ago. As Fischer said, “to gain squares you need to leave squares”. That’s an interesting data point. Silman has split this particular edition that I have into sixteen parts, each of which is thematically connected.

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This is my second favourite chess book, the other being Recognizing Your Opponent’s Resources: Many consider this to be the chess player’s bible.

View all 5 comments. One of the best and most instructive chess books ever written for the amateur player.


I don’t what I’d have done without this book. Play where your pawn chain points.

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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Like Morphy and Fischer Alpha Zero is done. Mar 30, Vlad rated it it was amazing. Examples and exercises that cover ALL phases of the game, and even if you don’t buy into Silman’s “thinking technique” this book will introduce you to many advanced concepts knights vs. To howw what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

If you have an isolated pawn, without compensation, try to exchange all the rooks and queens. Embrace the “inner” square. Once again, I think we get lost in tactics, when the focus of the book is strategy at least in my understanding. The guy teaches you how to state the situation in any moment of a deition. A very good read. Is the “Sicilian french variation” the best variation in the Sicilian defence?

And there is no better example than static vs dynamics. Jul 11, globulon rated it did not like it Shelves: The only one that I like better is another chezs by this same author, The Amateur’s Mind: Rooks like open files.

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This book is more about the im One of the best chess books out there. By explaining the thought processes that go into a master’s choice of mov How to Reassess Your Chess chrss the popular step-by-step course that will create a marked improvement in anyone’s game.


Bishops of opposite colours tend to be drawn positions, cness which pawn structure and king safety are much more important than material one tends to sacrifice material in such positions.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. After reading this book, you should be able to assess a big number of positions, by identifying all the described imbalances, which helps a lot when finding plans for the position.

If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you. It gets longer every time he releases it. Open Preview See a Problem? In general you need to cash in your dynamic plus to a static and durable one.

The first part covers endgames, the second part covers Reassdss Thinking Technique and the list of Imbalances, the third covers Calculation and Combinations, the Fourth covers Minor Pieces in the middle game and so on. And if you’ve read the deservedly famous 3rd edition you know that there were typesetting issues and other minor things that didn’t detract from the quality of the instruction but kept you or at least me from thinking the thing had been meticulously proofed.