Renowned grandmaster Artur Yusupov completes his course of chess improvement. Volume 1, The Fundamentals, showed club players the. A lot has been discussed on this thread about Artur Yusupov training course. Since this is a great resource and Build Up Your Chess 1. Build Up Your Chess 2. Artur Yusupov was a very strong Grandmaster in his prime. past few years Quality Chess published a three volume series called BUILD UP YOUR CHESS.

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Build up your Chess 1 – Artur Yusupov

I doubt Pachman’s books are strucutred that way. Dec 6, 6.

Yuusupov ask other readers questions about Build Up Your Chess 2please sign up. Jordi Comellas marked it as to-read Apr 30, Laith alwaeli marked it as to-read Dec 04, Yusupov in his introduction says the book is aimed at players below but this needs some fine-tuning. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Dec 5, 1. Mr T Knight rated it it was amazing Nov 12, National ratings very from country to country, but using United States Chess Federation ratings there is plenty of material of interest for those rated up to and in some cases to Soham rated it it was amazing Dec 21, Thanks for telling us about the problem.

The question would be, are you getting the biggest benefit for your money? Those with more than will certainly pick some cchess here and there.

Build up your Chess 1 – Artur Yusupov, Improvement chess book by Quality Chess

The latter may well be where the Russian-German GM makes his most lasting contribution. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Paul Cannon added it May 26, Randy rated it it was amazing Mar 02, Mohammed Asif marked it as to-read Jul 11, They are a tough series of books to work through I think I’ve answered my own question after skimming through the topic linked in the first post.


It really depends on how hard you’re willing to work, I think. I think it will be a good way to find your weaknesses and work on them, and not waste time on things you atur e.

Build Up Your Chess 2: Beyond the Basics by Artur Yusupov

R B rated it it was amazing Sep 10, Trainer of Praggnanandhaa, Aravind and many other promising young Indians. Pedro marked it as to-read Nov 12, I do not really know.

Glenn Mitchell added it Dec 20, He has won everything there is to win in chess except for the World Championship. The common confusion around the study order is due largely to the order in which the publishing house doing the English translation decided to release the books. I’m planning to do them both. In the first part, all kinds of standard themes such as open lines and development of the pieces are naturally raised, but also combinations that lead to promotion, stalemate motifs and the complex theme of the opposition that remains a big mystery for many a club player.

I guess so, but for all of the books it is still a lot, particularly if I end up not using them. So, any idea on who the Fundamental Series is aimed at? Alborz Baghipour rated it really liked it Aug 22, There are some very challenging puzzles in ‘the fundamentals’.


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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The first is for club players. Like the first three volumes in this series, this work is designed for self-study.

I’m reaching the half of the first book and I consider it to be a great complement for the beginner study plan from this site. Build up your Chess with Artur Yusupov qrtur for chess players who want to build their skills on solid foundations.

How to exploit this white opening? Yusupov is trying to teach you to evaluate positions and moves the way that a GM does, not the way that a computer does. Beyond the Basics by Artur Yusupov. The third group this book may appeal to is the one-time player who finds that because of work and or family they simply don t have time to compete in tournaments anymore but still love the game and would like to learn more about it. Sheldon Sequeira marked it as to-read Feb 02, Carsten Hansen marked it as to-read Nov 19, Not enough benefits for World Chess Champion?

This new understanding is then tested by a series of puzzles.