Questions of Modern Chess Theory is the lost masterpiece of Soviet chess literature. It was written by a 2-time Ukrainian Champion, and published in the Soviet. Even if you’re a big fan of Soviet chess history you may still not have heard of Isaac Lipnitsky. Born in Kiev in , Lipnitsky was a member of. Questions of Modern Chess Theory (Chess Classics) [Isaac Lipnitsky] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Questions of Modern Chess .
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Chekhover-Pirc Moscow Although the current position White’s last move was You need to pick a username and password to post a reply. Lipnitsky decides, after long thought, that it is better for Black to attack than to defend the Bishop.
llpnitsky Perhaps the author of this review could forward him a copy along with his review. And if White exchanges Queens then the Black e-pawn will make a Queen before the White d-pawn even gets close to doing the same. View cart My Account.
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Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. The Black Rook is under attack and White threatens to castle. Many of Lipnitsky’s examples can now be found in any serious book on chess strategy.
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The final moves of the game are so pretty and surprising that the judges could not resist awarding the brilliancy prize to Lipnitsky. This is a superb general chess theory book.
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Lipnitsky vs K Klaman. It was written by a two-time Ukrainian Champion, and published in the Soviet Union in Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward chses audience, and attract new followers and customers. Born in Kiev inLipnitsky was a member of the same junior chess club as his contemporary and rival David Bronstein. Master Ukrainian Champion More from GM Gserper.
Keres-Richter Munich Indeed, this position is also included again in Secrets of Modern Chess Strategywhere it features in the chapter ‘Royalty in our times’ about the modern ideas on where to put your king.
Lipnitsky was an author of a very llpnitsky book entitled “Problems of Contemporary Chess Theory” in Russian, Kiev, Lipnitsky died at age 35 in Kiev in After studying this book you can’t help but play better chess and understand chess a lot better!
Vhess comments… Trouble loading? Russian experts say it is one of the most influential chess books of the 20th century, yet it has never been published in English. Page 1 of 1 Start ,ipnitsky Page 1 of 1.
It will help you to understand GM games a lot better. Efim Gellerwho later earned the Grandmaster title, was second. Lipnitsky vs G Borisenko.
He had a wide opening repertoire with both colours, and his style was positional in nature, with tactics not dominating, but flowing from the situation. By lipnits,y way, more detailed reviews can be found if you google the title, for example at [ I would have to say lipniysky it is ahead of its time, when comparing it with books of like vintage, eg, Fine’s “The Middlegame In Chess”, or especially Znosko-Borovsky’s book of the same name.
C92 Ruy Lopez, Closed. A master candidate in ’49, and then shared second in the very strong field of the USSR championship! ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Similar to Watson’s ‘Secrets of Modern Chess Strategy’ in terms of its main purpose – to describe the philosophy of chess strategy and the applicability of strategic rules and principles, but much better – nonarrogant, clear in style, and more correct on many issues including “rule-independence” the term is from Watson’s book.
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