Beliavsky, Alexander/ Uncompromising chess
(Cadogan, London 1998)
Paperback, 192 Seiten
in englischer Sprache
Enthält 71 ausführlich kommentierte Partien 1972-1997.
Alexander Beliavsky has been among the leading grandmasters for more than two decades. He is a determined fighter at the chessboard, with a direct, aggressive style of play.
Here, for the first time, he has selected and annotated the finest of his chess games. The reader quickly becomes immersed in the fighting spirit and love of attacking play that has made Belyavsky one of the most respected modern grandmasters.
• Games against Kasparov, Karpov and other giants of modern chess
Insights into Belyavsky's training techniques • Shows how to handle critical positions Discusses sharp opening systems
Alexander Belyavsky is a Ukrainian grandmaster, who became World Junior Champion in 1973 and won the USSR Championship on many occasions. He has reached the Candidates' stage of the world championship three times and has competed regularly and successfully in countless super-grandmaster events. In 1993 he acted as a trainer to Garry Kasparov. This is his first book for Cadogan.