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eBook Chess Kaleidoscope (Pergamon Russian Chess Series) ePub

by A. Karpov,Y. Gik

  • ISBN: 008026896X
  • Category: Puzzles and Games
  • Subcategory: Entertainment
  • Author: A. Karpov,Y. Gik
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pergamon Pr; 1st edition (September 1, 1981)
  • Pages: 168
  • ePub book: 1205 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1442 kb
  • Other: lrf doc txt mobi
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 618

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Series: Pergamon Russian Chess Series. Paperback: 176 pages. Quite an interesting book. I especially loved the totally outdated section on computer chess. I'm a software engineer and I have been following the development of chess playing software for a few years

Series: Pergamon Russian Chess Series. I'm a software engineer and I have been following the development of chess playing software for a few years. Its rather amusing to read the naive predictions(from the 80s) of how computers will never beat a grandmaster. Now computers are thrashing grandmasters by the dozen and even Kasparov is not spared.

Series: Pergamon Russian Chess. Hardcover: 176 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0080268972.

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by Anatoly Karpov and Y. Gik.

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Items related to Chess kaleidoscope (Pergamon Russian chess series). Book Description Pergamon Press, 1981. Karpov, Anatoly ; Gik, Y. Published by Pergamon Press, Oxford (1981). Karpov, Anatoly Chess kaleidoscope (Pergamon Russian chess series). ISBN 13: 9780080268972. Chess kaleidoscope (Pergamon Russian chess series). This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers. In poor condition, suitable as a reading copy. ISBN 10: 0080268978 ISBN 13: 9780080268972.

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Comments

Nikobar Nikobar
Quite an interesting book. I especially loved the totally outdated section on computer chess. I'm a software engineer and I have been following the development of chess playing software for a few years. Its rather amusing to read the naive predictions(from the 80s) of how computers will never beat a grandmaster. Now computers are thrashing grandmasters by the dozen and even Kasparov is not spared. Well to give Karpov credit at least one of his predictions came true : chess software can now play 5 - 6 piece endgames perfectly.
The first part of this book is just a bunch of chess puzzles(some really interesting ones) with annotations by Karpov (and co-authour Gik). Once in a while Karpov throws in some endgame wisdom such as triangulation(losing the tempo) and the rule of the square which might be of interest to the beginner.
The editon I got was printed in a monotyped font and looks like it came out fresh from a typewriter. But I guess the effect was on purpose because the book is written as a set of letters and Karpov may want the book to look letter-like.
There is a section (letter) about the best games from the World Championships.(from Steinitz until Karpov)There is also a letter on Karpov's best games and a story on how he met his co-author Gik.
Overall an interesting book to read (like a trivia book) but quite useless for serious study. As its title suggest it gives you a kaleidoscopic survey of diferrent areas of chess interest. Three stars because the book suddenly ends went things begin to become interesting. Could be better if there is more content. The book was translated from Russian so I can't comment on Karpov's writing style. If you are looking for a book to improve your chess look somewhere else.
Cala Cala
Plenty of fun material. Can go over it a few times and the fun never ends.