A good start on beauty in chess

On beauty in chess problems.
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Ian Shanahan
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A good start on beauty in chess

Postby Ian Shanahan » 21 December 2006, 7:34 pm

For those interested in this topic - and what problem composer is not? - there is a marvellous book by Jonathan Levitt and David Friedgood called "Secrets of Spectacular Chess". As far as I know, this is the only published book on the subject (although I think Hans Gruber wrote his PhD thesis on this topic). :)

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Euréka
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Re: A good start on beauty in chess

Postby Euréka » 12 November 2010, 11:55 pm

Hi !

Ian Shanahan wrote:For those interested in this topic - and what problem composer is not? - there is a marvellous book by Jonathan Levitt and David Friedgood called "Secrets of Spectacular Chess". As far as I know, this is the only published book on the subject (although I think Hans Gruber wrote his PhD thesis on this topic). :)


I will get this one, thx.

May I had that novice to expert on studies have to look at the classic ''The chess Endgame Study'', a comprehensive introduction by Sir Roycroft.

By the way, I am listening to you all about 'obligatory' reading (please keep within the subject).

:!:


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