Secrets Of Spectacular Chess by Jonathan LevittSecrets Of Spectacular Chess by Jonathan Levitt

Secrets Of Spectacular Chess

byJonathan Levitt, David Friedgood

Paperback | May 22, 2008

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In the modern classic Secrets of Spectacular Chess, Jonathan Levitt and David Friedgood shared their joy and appreciation of chess beauty, engulfing readers with a wealth of amazing and magnificent examples from the aesthetic side of the game. What is more, they also showed how this fascinating subject could actually be analysed, and how this could help players of all levels to improve the practical side of their game.

Now the authors have produced a much awaited and largely expanded second edition, in which they present further ideas and opinions, provide many new mesmerizing examples of games, studies and problems, and revisit previous material to explain how the theory has developed over recent years. This book really captures the imagination; read it and become hypnotized by the power and beauty of chess!

Jonathan Levitt is an experienced Grandmaster who has numerous tournament successes to his name. A renowned chess teacher, he has been involved in coaching some of the UK's top young players. He is resident in the UK.David Friedgood is a former South African Champion who is now settled in the UK. He's a FIDE Master, an International Ma...
Title:Secrets Of Spectacular ChessFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:192 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inShipping dimensions:9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:May 22, 2008Publisher:Everyman ChessLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1857445511

ISBN - 13:9781857445510


Editorial Reviews

'A treasure not to be missed'

British Chess Magazine on the first edition.


Bill Hartston, The Independent, on the first edition.

'It certainly makes spectacular bedtime reading'

Dominic Lawson, The Spectator, on the first edition.