Aggressive chess wins games. Players like Garry Kasparov and Mikhail Tal were renowned for winning with attacks so powerful that their opponents would be shell-shocked when they finally knocked over their King.
The aggression doesn’t begin with the attack on the King, however. This style of chess is about playing moves that force your opponent on to the back foot right from the opening, demanding their utmost concentration not to get blown off the board. As you keep pushing them back their pieces become passive, you begin an attack and they just about counter your threats until you pick up a piece and exchange it for a pawn in front of their King. Check. And it slowly sinks in that your sacrifice forces a mate in 3.
Aggressive chess produces some of the most memorable games in history and you can play this way too, creating your own brilliancies on the board. GM Damian Lemos presents “Aggressive Chess Domination”, a detailed analysis of awesome attacking GM games that will elevate your understanding of forcing moves and winning with the initiative to a whole new level.
You will learn how to keep moving forward even when attacked, how to deny your opponent any counterplay and how to hunt the King like the bloodthirstiest Grandmaster.
Study “Aggressive Chess Domination” and win every game in style.
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- Zakharevich – Lastin, 1996
- Vallejo Pons – van der Stricht, 2005
- Naiditsch – van Wely, 2008