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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So, any idea on who the Fundamental Series is aimed at? Lifetime OTB scores against rating groups: On I was rated But a very strong GM thinks that this position is an excellent demonstration of the virtues of a particular move illustrating some core principle.

Ashvapathi 19 min ago.

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

One might ask why it is necessary to have such a high rated Grandmaster write a book for less-advanced players? Next month I’ll be at least barring a total collapse in my current tournament. Dec 6, 2. Jordi Comellas marked it as to-read Apr 30, I hope that what I’ve said above it’s true for the blue books and the intermediate study plan.

Quality Chess has the release date set for January for the english version. The latter may well be artir the Russian-German GM makes his most lasting contribution.

I have a doubt about this book series that maybe you can solved. Randy rated it it was amazing Mar 02, Dec 13, 9.


Build Up Your Chess 2: Beyond the Basics

Build Up Your Chess 2: 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 Syed Tariq rated it really liked it Sep 12, GM Rameshprobably the best trainer in the world. Such an approach has been seen before but never done as well.

I hit in the last 6 months. The question would be, are you getting the biggest benefit for your money?

There are some very challenging puzzles in ‘the fundamentals’. They are a tough series of books to work through Dec 13, 8. I’m planning to do them both.

Build up your Chess 1 – Artur Yusupov

Each chapter starts with the introduction of a theme followed by progressively more difficult examples and finally exercises to solve with detailed solutions. I guess they wanted the 1st book for each of the different levels out at roughly the same time, and thus the publising order has been to do each of the “Build Up” books, then each of the “Boost” books then lastly each of the “Evolve” books in English.

But I don’t like to be awarded no points when my move is as good as the solution without a reason. I see three target audiences for this book. Like the first three volumes in this series, this work is designed for self-study.


Heto added it Jan 29, Chiknagandu marked it as to-read Sep 30, For example Aagaard in his first book on attacking chess readily admits that we may find something better.

Those with more than will certainly pick some things here and there. Also it is a lot of money for the nine books.

Hi Gollum, thanks for you review. I’ve trained with a I searched it with the final test of the first book of ‘the fundamentals’ and he did not pass it. He has won everything there is to win in chess except for the World Championship.

Dec 6, 6. Ka rated it it was amazing May 11, I like it more when I can trust the author has pondered all the options and acknowledges that his move may be the ‘subjective best’. Yusupov in his introduction says the book is aimed at players below but this needs some fine-tuning.

Farbror the Guru added it Jul 22, Carsten Hansen marked it as to-read Nov 19, Laith alwaeli marked it as to-read Dec 04, Khiem Nguyen Huu rated it it was amazing Sep 28, Richard Fried marked it as to-read Feb 28, Gollum 8 de abril de ,