Most Instructive Games of Young Grandmasters
Paul Motwani has selected the finest games of the brightest young stars of the 1990s-including Kramnik, Anand, Adams and Judit Polgar-and annotated them in his own inimitable style. Readers will be both inspired and delighted by the games and notes, which both impart instruction in painless fashion and shed light on the factors that have made these players such world-beaters. Written by a former World Under-17 Champion, this book features brilliant games by the greatest talents of modern chess and highlights instructive points from each game. Paul Motwani is a chess journalist, coach and teacher. He won the World Under-17 Championship in 1978, ahead of Short, Hjartarson and many other famous players. In the same year he became the youngest ever Scotish Champion-a title he has won on four subsequent occasions. He became Scotland's first grandmaster in 1992.