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Author: Tigran Petrosian,Edward Shektman,Rona E Petrosian,Garry Kasparov,Sam Sloan,Arnold Denker,Eduard Gufeld
ISBN: 4871874222
Pages: 144 pages
Publisher: Ishi Press (August 7, 2012)
Language: English
Category: Puzzles & Games
Size ePUB: 1137 kb
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Rating: 4.3
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e-Book Petrosian's Legacy epub download

by Tigran Petrosian,Edward Shektman,Rona E Petrosian,Garry Kasparov,Sam Sloan,Arnold Denker,Eduard Gufeld



ISHI PRESS INTERNATIONAL Petrosian's Legacy by Tigran Petrosian. His widow Rona E. Petrosian went to work with Edward Shektman.

ISHI PRESS INTERNATIONAL Petrosian's Legacy by Tigran Petrosian. Introduction by Garry Kasparov Compiled by Edward Shektman Proofread and Corrections by Arnold Denker Contribution by Eduard Gufeld Foreword by Sam Sloan. recovering tapes and transcripts of these radio and TV broadcasts. With great difficulty, they were able to recover 14 of them. This book was originally published in Russian as Turpau.

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Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian (Russian: Тигран Вартанович Петросян; Armenian: Տիգրան Պետրոսյան; June 17, 1929 – August 13, 1984) was a Soviet Armenian Grandmaster, and World Chess Champion from 1963 to 1969

Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian (Russian: Тигран Вартанович Петросян; Armenian: Տիգրան Պետրոսյան; June 17, 1929 – August 13, 1984) was a Soviet Armenian Grandmaster, and World Chess Champion from 1963 to 1969.

1. c4 g6 2. d4 Bg7 3. .This section contains Books, DVDs and Videos relevant to what has happened in this game. Nc3 Nf6 4. e4 O-O 5. Bg5 d6 6. Qd2 c5 7. d5 Qa5. 8. Bd3 a6 9. Nge2 e5 10. O-O Nbd7 11. a3 Nh5 12. f3 Bf6 13. Bh6 Ng7 14. g3 Rb8 1. by Rustam Kasimdzhanov.

Petrosian-Gufeld 1960. The best games of Tigran V. Petrosian. The Greatest Antagonism: Karpov vs. Kasparov. The rivalry between these two giants is not only a precious gem for the chess world, but also for the whole international sports society. The scarce happening strategy - KING WALK.

Prior his untimely death in Moscow on 13 August 1984.at the age of only 55, Former World Chess Champion Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian had been going over his games and was preparing lectures and notes. He was giving lectures on TV and radio. He was planning to compile them all into a book. However, due to his premature death the book was never published. His widow Rona E. Petrosian went to work with Edward Shektman recovering tapes and transcripts of these radio and TV broadcasts. With great difficulty, they were able to recover 14 of them. They are published here. This book was originally published in Russian as Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian Chess Lectures. The publisher was Soviet Radio. Every chess enthusiast should have this important work in his chess library.
Kulwes
Petrosian's legacy is a very good book, but if you're looking for a more complete study of his games this should not be your first option. It's main appeal comes from the fact that it contains lectures by Petrosian himself, which is not something very common and easy to find. The chapters are short with brief analyses of specific aspects of chess, instead of being a large collection of annotated games.
Sirara
Petrosian's Legacy is a terrific book containing all major articles written by him, a former world champion. It is a book containing lots of lessons from the world champion that should help improve the play of any chess player. Looking forward to using this book to improve my chess play. Lewis R. Brown
Frosha
This book is a translation of a Russian compilation originally titled "Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian Chess Lectures." It's too bad the title was mistranslated, as the English language title hides the fact that the majority of the book is lectures, articles, and/or lessons BY Iron Tigran himself! Each of the chapters authored by Petrosian himself is a gem. I can't give a better description than did Gary Kasparov in his introduction. Usually, Kasparov's bombastic, histrionic writing style turns me off, but I guess he really had something to say here, because he put it perfectly:

"This book is not a traditional textbook or manual which teaches elementary rules. The function and role of this book is of much greater importance: it teaches chess thinking ... .
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Petrosian is a master of the art of creating harmonious, and vivid chess positions, which on occasion lacked an open-to-eye dynamics. But this fact was compensated for by an enormous inner energy. The slightest change was immediately taken into account by his general strategy, which was not always comprehended by his opponent. In addition he has that rare quality of being able to explain his methods to the reader."

The above quote summarizes the book. If you've ever wondered how Petrosian, one of the deepest and most artistic players ever, came by his conceptions, this book is for you. The chapter on "why I like to play Bg5" is alone worth the price of admission -- he starts with how he came by this move as a young player trying to counter masters' extensive opening knowledge, by using an outdated opening he had studied in classic games, and then how it became a part of his repertoire (in many different positions).

As is clear from the language quoted above, the translation is very rough in places. This, however, in no way detracts from the five-star plus quality of this book.