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Chess Master vs. Chess Amateur (Dover Chess) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – März 1994

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Euwe's books are always highly instructive, and this is no exception. Annotated for intermediate level players. As good as this genre gets, which includes Chernev's "Most Instructive Games Ever Played," "Logical Chess," and Pandolfini's "Russian Chess." The Dover edition is a high-quality paperback at great price. Descriptive notation. See also Euwe's "Road to Chess Mastery."
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Euwe shoots for the amateur and is right on target. 'A' players and below find the weak spots in Master strategy and gain confidence in Euwe's text that illustrates that amateurs can defeat stronger opposition by excluding inferior moves from their middle game play. The first in a genre that has been duplicated for twenty years but not exceeded. A current pretender is Jeremy Silman's 'Improve Your Chess'.
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This book,along with its companion `The Road to Chess Mastery ',offers splendid instruction for middle level players.Euwe understands the thinking of both the master and the amateur,and explains them beautifully.The book also gives great insights into different opening strategies.
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I gave this book to my brother as a gift and he says it's the best chess book he's ever read. He has approximately 50 chess books, but he liked this one because it told him not only the best moves, but also why other choices aren't as good.
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HASH(0x920ac378) von 5 Sternen Instructive Games to learn from 2. Oktober 2006
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This is one of the best game collection books for a lower rated chess player. Typical types of mistakes made by weaker players are taken advantage of by stonger players (masters). This is a good way to learn what not to do and how to take advantage of typical mistakes made by the opponents you are likely to play. This is very good instruction by using games (also falling into this catagory are "Unbeatable Chess Lessons" and "Logical Chess" - also recommended reading!). There are some mistakes and typos, but not a lot. And it is not in algebraic chess notation. For these two reasons I give it four instead of five stars.
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HASH(0x920ac468) von 5 Sternen A must for any chess player 11. Dezember 2000
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This book is a must for anyone wanting to improve his/her game. It explains the purpose behind the moves, not just variations. It is a great way to learn the ideas of opening moves. But the middle game is where this book excels. It gets into the mind of the master and goes through his/her thought processes, especially how he/she calculates and decides on a move.
I found the best way to improve your game from this book is to go through the game, covering up the masters' moves, and try to guess his moves. Write down all your thoughts and analyses you can without moving the pieces and do this until you finish the game, without looking at the comments. Only when you are done with the game, look at what Euwe wrote and compare your notes to his. You'll see yourself getting closer and closer to his analyses as you work your way through the book! You can use this method with Irving Chernev's "Logical Chess, Move by Move."
Get these two books and use this method and you will have no excuse not to be at least Expert rated!
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HASH(0x920ac6f0) von 5 Sternen chess mastery 27. Juli 2007
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The book "Chess Master vs. Chess Amateur" is one of the best books I have read on the subject of learning to play chess. The senior author, Max Euwe, was not only a World Champion but was also a scholar and prolific author. He writes very well and with great authority. He, and his coauthor, Walter Meiden show the reader step-by-step the many mistakes amateur players make and the way master players recognize and respond to those mistakes. The book begins with analyses of games in which the amateur player is very weak, moves through games with stronger amateurs, and ends with games against expert or near expert players. Throughout the book the authors show the reader how the amateurs' mistakes were exploited by the master player. This is a very instructive book.
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HASH(0x920ac3cc) von 5 Sternen Good book, but may not benefit your play much. 3. November 2006
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This is a very popular book and a very well written, as is everything my Max Euwe. The average rating I'm giving is based on its impact on my chess playing, which was minimal.

It falls into the category of "Move by move" chess books, and is every bit a well written at Logical Chess. It differs, however, by always have one player rated significantly lower than the other, and points out the ways to exploit poor play.

The problem I have with the book is the same problem I have the Logical Chess, Move by Move. They introduce concepts as they appear in the game, give a brief explanation of the theory behind it, then move on.

For example, at the beginning of each chapter in CM vs CA, Euwe list about 6 concepts that will pop up in the game. At the appropriate point, he will spend a few paragraphs explaining why, for instance, white's bishop is more powerful than black's because of the current pawn structure, then he moves on. The game ends, the next one begins, and the ideas listed are all different. There might be another game in the book that describes good bishops vs bad bishops, but that might be the only time you got to see it. (I don't have the book with me now, so this bishop example might not be perfectly accurate.) Strategic ideas seem to come and go without giving the reader any firm grasp on the concept.

At the level that I am (approx. 1400), I knew the basic ideas for all these strategic elements, I just didn't know how to implement them in my games. This book didn't help me do that. I suppose that were you not familiar with chess strategy, this book would be helpful. With a 314 page book that covers openings, strategy, and endgames, you can't expect anything to be covered very thoroughly.

Again, the book is very well written and deserves the high marks it gets. It just didn't help me very much. I'm 25% through Modern Chess Strategy by Pachman and it has already done so much more for me than CM vs CA.
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HASH(0x920ac390) von 5 Sternen National Master / Professional Chess Teacher's Opinion 25. März 2005
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I think this book is one of the best books for beginner to novice players, or with a rating up to 1600-1700. This book is NOT kid friendly though. I use the games in it to teach classes, but I would never recommend a child buys it. It is great for adults, however keep in mind it uses the old fashion descriptive notation. I wish there were more books out like this. Most books show games between two grandmasters, but it is very useful to watch the way a Master beats a weak player. A 1600 player will learn how a Master easily disposes of 1600 players.
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