LUDEK PACHMAN MODERN CHESS STRATEGY PDF

I studied that book the single volume one in descriptive notation I think that is a great book, a classic, and one of the very best books on the middlegame ever. I wish someone would reprint it in algebraic. I think the two books work well together. Hearing what is essentially the same thing, twice, in slightly different ways with different emphasis and examples, I found to be clarifying and illuminating. The third book is very hard to come by nowadays.

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The first break in his chess career came in , when he was invited to an international tournament in Prague. World Champion Alekhine dominated the event, with Keres taking second place. Pachman finished ninth in the nineteen-player tournament. Alekhine paid him a compliment in an article in the Frankfurter Zeitung and from the fifth round on, invited him every evening to analyze games and opening variations.

He was awarded the International Master title in and the Grandmaster title in He won fifteen international tournaments, [5] but considered sharing second place in Havana , with Mikhail Tal and Efim Geller , behind Viktor Korchnoi , his best tournament result.

Pachman won the Czechoslovak championship seven times between and He became the champion of West Germany in He represented Czechoslovakia in eight consecutive Chess Olympiads from through , usually playing. Pachman before The most successful year of his career was Politics[ edit ] Pachman was politically active throughout his life, first as a Communist and later as a staunch anti-Communist.

Upon his return to Prague, the authorities arrested, imprisoned, and tortured him for months. He soon became known as a strongly anti-Communist political activist, and his eloquence made him a regular guest on political talk shows.

Author[ edit ] Pachman was also a prolific author, [3] publishing eighty books in five languages. Pachman considered Modern Chess Strategy, published in , to be his best book.

His book Checkmate in Prague recounts his treatment at the hands of the Communist authorities. Notable games[ edit ] This section uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves.

Ludek Pachman vs. His opponent declines the second bishop, and could have continued the game with Pachman was a good practical player and knew well where it pays to take a risk in the game.

See also this account of a swindle by Pachman, who deliberately wasted almost an hour on his clock in order to get into.

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The first break in his chess career came in , when he was invited to an international tournament in Prague. World Champion Alekhine dominated the event, with Keres taking second place. Pachman finished ninth in the nineteen-player tournament. Alekhine paid him a compliment in an article in the Frankfurter Zeitung and from the fifth round on, invited him every evening to analyze games and opening variations. He was awarded the International Master title in and the Grandmaster title in He won fifteen international tournaments, [5] but considered sharing second place in Havana , with Mikhail Tal and Efim Geller , behind Viktor Korchnoi , his best tournament result.

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