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This book is the second volume out of five dedicated to analysis of chess tactics. The book is written in Russian but one need not understand Russian to find it useful. This book contains over 4,000 training problems for quick development of tactical vision. All five volumes present over 20,000 diagrams for analysis and training purposes. In the same way that molecules consist of atoms, chess combinations consist of elementary tactical methods. Developed by the author, these classifications of elements of chess tactics and analysis of their specific properties allow the lover of this complicated game to move from analysis to synthesis. In other words, readers who study Renko’s new order of tactical methods, developed over a 30 year period, will discover they are able to visualize during a chess competition unexpected and complex combinatorial ideas.
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George Renko finished his post-graduate studies in applied mathematics and physical chemistry in the Soviet Union. In 1984 he emigrated to Germany and three years later moved to the U.S.A. He has worked in the field of finance, developing mathematical and statistical models for risk management and forecasting financial flow, profitability and loss. He recently retired and now spends his time developing training programs for chess players and for chess education purposes.
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