By Jose R. Capablanca

A simple handbook of chess through the grasp José Raul Capablanca, considered as one of many part dozen maximum avid gamers ever. Capablanca was once famous specially for his technical mastery, and during this e-book he explains the basics as nobody else may. Diagrams.

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Nxd8 h5 ½– ½, Rey Ardid,R-Almirall Castell,V Zaragoza 1935. Qxe8+ Qf8 0-1, Selensky,A-Chekhov,V Orel 1998. a3 White has an isolated d-pawn, but this weakness is of no consequence, as all his pieces are active. w)PD} {DwDw$wIw} vllllllllV Kramnik’s draw offer was accepted. Kramnik started very well in the match and was leading 3-1, but he suffered two defeats because of the machines tactical power. So man and machine have completely different strengths and weaknesses in chess, which makes these matches all the more fascinating.

Rxc3 e5 This solves the problem of Black’s c8-bishop. Nxd8 h5 ½– ½, Rey Ardid,R-Almirall Castell,V Zaragoza 1935. Qxe8+ Qf8 0-1, Selensky,A-Chekhov,V Orel 1998. a3 White has an isolated d-pawn, but this weakness is of no consequence, as all his pieces are active. w)PD} {DwDw$wIw} vllllllllV Kramnik’s draw offer was accepted. Kramnik started very well in the match and was leading 3-1, but he suffered two defeats because of the machines tactical power. So man and machine have completely different strengths and weaknesses in chess, which makes these matches all the more fascinating.

Nxd8 h5 ½– ½, Rey Ardid,R-Almirall Castell,V Zaragoza 1935. Qxe8+ Qf8 0-1, Selensky,A-Chekhov,V Orel 1998. a3 White has an isolated d-pawn, but this weakness is of no consequence, as all his pieces are active. w)PD} {DwDw$wIw} vllllllllV Kramnik’s draw offer was accepted. Kramnik started very well in the match and was leading 3-1, but he suffered two defeats because of the machines tactical power. So man and machine have completely different strengths and weaknesses in chess, which makes these matches all the more fascinating.

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