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Mensaje por nikisharma el Vie Sep 19, 2014 8:33 pm

The Chess Cafe Archives: Mark Dvoretsky - The Instructor:-

The Instructor
by Mark Dvoretsky


"You may have some of his books. Titles such as Secrets of Chess Training, Secrets of Chess Tactics or Training for the Tournament Player, to name just three. Books recognized throughout the chess world for their excellence and depth.

You may have heard his name mentioned as chess trainer extraordinaire. Among his students are included Yusupov, Dolmatov and Dreev. It is almost superfluous to mention that he won the Moscow Championship in 1973, finished fifth in the USSR Championship in 1974 and was awarded the title of International Master in 1975. The second issue of the American Chess Journal (1992) featured an in-depth look at this modest Moscow master. It was entitled The World's Best Chess Trainer. There is not much to say after that.

We sincerely hope you enjoy his new column at The Chess Cafe. Mark Dvoretsky is... The Instructor"


Columns 1-159 (end of 2013) merged into one eBook, with column titles as bookmarks and display "Bookmarks Panel and Page" on open

PDF 39.4 MB (1608 pages)

Bookmark List

Código:
1 Candidate Moves
2 Battle of the Heavy Pieces
3 Dvoretsky on Berliner
4 Irrational Complications
5 Averbakh
6 The Value of "Elementary" Endgame Knowledge
7 Blockading Passed Pawns
8 Passivity in the Opening
9 A Battle of Equals
10 Discoveries in Minor-piece Endgames
11 Discoveries in Rook Endgames
12 Tragicomedies in Pawn Endgames
13 A Chessplayer and How He Grows
14 The True Meaning of "Quality"
15 Anthony Miles' Endgame Technique
16 Training with Grandmasters
17 The Positional Exchange Sacrifice
18 Should He Have Sacrificed?
19 Active Defense!
20 In Search of Chess Truth
21 Non-Standard Combinations
22 Pawns Arranged against the Rules: On the Same Color Squares as the Bishop
23 An "Easy" Win
24 Some Réti Studies
25 The Usefulness of the "Bad" Bishop
26 Endgame Training: Expert Use of the Rooks
27 Opening Catastrophes
28 Supreme Technique
29 Active Rooks
30 Attack Training
31 Mate on the Back Rank
32 Standard and Non-Standard Combinations
33 Pay Attention to Details
34 Studies for Grandmasters
35 Classical Immersion
36 An Historical Serial 1
37 An Historical Serial 2
38 Theoretical Discoveries 1
39 Theoretical Discoveries 2
40 Ripples in the Water1
41 Ripples in the Water2
42 Lilienthal's Strategic Victories 1
43 Lilienthal's Strategic Victories 2
44 Lessons from Lilienthal
45 Going for the Throat
46 The Two Weaknesses Principle
47 Bavarian Impressions
48 The Effects of Replaying
49 Working on your Mistakes
50 Going Deep Into Analysis
51 The Advance of the Rook Pawns
52 Paradox
53 A Battle of Opposites
54 The Test of Objectivity
55 Combinative Discoveries
56 A Game with Questions
57 Castling on Opposite Sides
58 Reverberating "Quiet" Moves
59 Sending the Rook to the Opposite Wing
60 Barcza Rampant
61 Saving Combinations 1
62 Saving Combinations 2
63 Grandmaster Technique 1
64 Grandmaster Technique 2
65 Grandmaster Technique 3
66 Grandmaster Technique 4
67 An Invitation to Analysis
68 Surprises in Calculating Variations
69 Patient Defense
70 Study Composing Tourney
71 An Ideal Game
72 To Take a Pawn or Attack?
73 Simagin's Exchange Sacrifices
74 Chaos on Board
75 The Power of Subtle, Quiet Moves
76 New Surprises in Calculating Variations
77 A Trainer's First Steps
78 Control Work
79 Intermediate Moves in the Endgame
80 Chess Botany - The "Trunk"
81 Chess Botany - The "Shrub"
82 Chess Botany - "Variational Debris" 1
83 Chess Botany - "Variational Debris" 2
84 Studies for Practical Players
85 A Lotta Wotawa 1
86 A Lotta Wotawa 2
87 Polemic Thinking 1
88 Polemic Thinking 2
89 Greed is Good
90 Unjustified Greed
91 Swimming in Theory
92 When Technique Fails
93 Rook and Bishop vs. Rook
94 Critical Moments 1
95 Critical Moments 2
96 Critical Moments 3
97 Two Misfortunes
98 When to Trade
99 Extra Pawn on the Side
100 Wing Attack with an Open Center 1
101 Wing Attack with an Open Center 2
102 A Battle of Equals
103 The Worst-Piece Principle 1
104 The Worst-Piece Principle 2
105 Solid Endgame Knowledge
106 A Lesson in Positional Play
107 Enriching Your Strategic Arsenal
108 The Superfluous Piece
109 Enlarging your Strategic Arsenal
110 The Logic of a Grandmaster
111 "Tasty" Tactics
112 Emotions and Playing Strength
113 All that Glitters is not Gold
114 There's Always a Defense!
115 Determine the Best Defense
116 Destroying the Material Balance
117 Practicing Positional Sacrifices
118 Pay Attention to your Opponent's Resources 1
119 Pay Attention to your Opponent's Resources 2
120 Pay Attention to your Opponent's Resources 3
121 The Transit Square
122 A Poor Queen Position
123 Lessons from a Loss
124 First Steps
125 My Last Game
126 The Queen Exchange 1
127 The Queen Exchange 2
128 The Queen Exchange 3
129 The Queen Exchange 4
130 Mikhail Tal's "Unknown" Game
131 The Process of Elimination 1
132 The Process of Elimination 2
133 The Process of Elimination 3
134 Recent Analytical Finds
135 An Absence of Deep Ideas
136 The Problem is Not the Time Control
137 Strategy Lessons
138 Traps 1
139 Traps 2
140 Traps 3
141 Traps 4
142 Lessons Learned 1
143 Lessons Learned 2
144 Prophylactic Thinking 1
145 Prophylactic Thinking 2
146 Prophylactic Thinking 3
147 From the World of "The Matrix" and "Terminator" 1
148 From the World of "The Matrix" and "Terminator" 2
149 Accidental Tactics
150 Exercises To Solve On Your Own
151 Training Your Creativity
152 Requirements for Training Exercises
153 The Rational Technique of Decision-making
154 Practical Positions for Training
155 Strong Growth in a Player's Mastery
156 Who is Attacking?
157 The Specifics of Exploiting an Advantage
158 How to Study Openings
159 Surprises in Sidelines

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The Instructor is a current column which first appeared in the Cafe in October, 2000.

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Re: The Chess Cafe Archives: Mark Dvoretsky - The Instructor

Mensaje por caspita el Mar Dic 30, 2014 4:57 am

Muchas gracias. Estupendo trabajo. Yo me había quedado en el 157. Ahora hay que abonar una pequeña cuota en chesscafe.com para verlos.

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Mensaje por jukelele el Dom Nov 15, 2015 3:45 am

Muchas gracias. Muy bueno.

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Mensaje por TUCULITOSAKAYAMA el Lun Nov 16, 2015 12:56 am

cha gracias

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Mensaje por reychess64 el Mar Nov 22, 2016 6:44 pm

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Mensaje por prokeus03 el Mar Nov 22, 2016 11:28 pm

Gracias Razz drunken geek

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