Hansen, Lars Bo

Hansen, Foundations of Chess Strategy
Chess is a game where profound strategic thinking must be allied with clever short-term tactics. Most previous works on strategy focus on specific aspects of chess strategy, but Hansen's aims here are different. He creates a framework in which the various elements can be systematically included and organized - a framework that will help chess-palyers <i>how to think</i> about chess strategy during practical play. The theory of business strategy is extensively developed, and Hansen adopts the novel approach of investigating whether any of the vast amounts of research and modelling done for business purposes can be applied in chess. he finds that there are indeed many useful parallels, and focuses on how these ideas can be used to ggod effect by chess-palyers both in their preparation and when making over-the-board decisions
176 S., kart.,  Gambit Publications 2005
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Hansen, How Chess Games are Won and Lost
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Hansen, Secrets of Chess Endgame Strategy
How to marshall your forces in the decisive phase of the game.
Partn1 of the book discusses the basic principles of endgame strategy and the thinking methods associated with them
In Part 2 we see these principles in action inspecific types of endings
In Part 3, Hansen investigates the impact of style on the handling of endgame strategy.
223 S., kart., Gambit Publications 2006
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