Von John Nunn und William Cozens
160 Seiten, kartoniert, 1996
The king-hunt is the most thrilling aspect of chess. Other players gather round, a buzz goes round the tournament hall or club room, and the victorious player is left with a persistent warm glow. This book contains the most exciting king-hunts from the last 150 years. It has been converted to algebraic and brought fully up-to-date by John Nunn, a renowned king-hunter in his own right.
Sharpens your attacking instincts
Practical tips on how to conduct king-hunts
Surveys how attacking technique has developed
Pinnacles of attacking genius from Morphy, Fischer, Tal and Kasparov