Understanding Pawn Play in Chess: A Grandmaster Shows How to Make the Most of Your Pawns. 10 August by Drazen Marovic. In this book, experienced grandmaster and trainer Drazen Marovic elucidates the pawn’s multi-faceted nature. By investigating high-quality games from. Chess games of Drazen Marovic, career statistics, famous victories, opening repertoire, PGN download, discussion, and more.

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Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item? Chess Structure Fundamentals for Post-beginners. During the s, 80s and 90s he followed the boom in opening theory, authoring popular texts on mainstream openings, such as the King’s Indian Defence and Queen’s Gambit. The game is characterized by the clever use of bishops on the diagonals and the coordinated activity of knights.

Get to Know Us. Not Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Chess Drazeh Fundamentals for Post-beginners. They felt that the fixed centre limited the scope for imaginative play, directing plans towards well-trodden paths.

It meant completely new pawn-structures in the centre, flexible use of pawns in the early phase of the game and maximum cooperation of pawns and pieces.

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Drazen Marovic

He walks through the thought process and discusses the various pawn patterns successfully used against opponents by grand masters. The s and s saw continued investigations in the field of bold play based on mobile, aggressive pawn-structures. A regular contributor to various chess newspapers and periodicals. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter. Secrets Of Chess Transformations. Please try again later.


With the White pieces: It is like having a greatly expanded and better organized version of the essay “Various Pawn Positions in the Center” by Alexander Kotov in the collection of papers titled “The Art of the Middlegame” by Kotov and Keres.

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Drazen Marovic chess games and profile –

It seems from the small excerpts I’ve seen that Soltis’ book concentrates more on the typical structures seen from various openings, while Marovic’s books seem to be more concerned with various aspects of pawn structures eg. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Like this author’s “Understanding Drazfn Play in Chess”, this book is a great addition to the library of drasen serious player wanting to improve his or her game.

Today is his 72nd Birthday. He advocates that dazen shouldn’t try to set out learning the orthodox defense, tarrasch defense, slav defense, QGA, etc. These two books left an indelible trace in the decades to come. No posting personal information of members. He mixes games from the classics Capablanca, Alekhine, Rubinstein and others with present days great players, like Kramnik, Shirov, Fischer, Karpov and Kasparov.

This saves time for the development of pieces, which exercise their power on some of the central squares. The Shereshevsky Method to Improve in Chess: D Ciric vs D Marovic. Despite learning the game at the relatively late age of sixteen, he made remarkable progress to finish second in the Yugoslav Junior Championship, just two years later. Amazon Prime Music Stream millions of songs, ad-free. Opening Repertoire for Black Drazen Marovic.


E67 King’s Indian, Fianchetto. Comprender el juego de peones en ajedrez Drazen Marovic. The author discusses games where the pawns are used successfully by mafovic GM’s like Alekhine, Kasparov to defeat the opponent. When the maroviv has been set, the pawns can be engaged to open the position and seize the maovic.

In other projects Wikimedia Commons. C97 Ruy Lopez, Closed, Chigorin. Udovcic vs D Marovic. They also rejected the emphasis placed on ‘rules’ in previous teachings. Considering it a principle of opening strategy, they supported the view that the centre should neither be occupied by pawns nor left to disintegrate. Drazen Marovic is a grandmaster from Croatia, who has won medals as both player and trainer for various national teams. As a chess instructor, I have found this book very useful because of the clarity with which Marovic presents his material.