Brilliant Chess Studies

Brilliant Chess Studies By Anatoly Kuznetsov, Brilliant Chess Studies Leading chess master Anatoly Kuznetsov presents some of the greatest endgames in chess history This pocket sized book will quickly become essential for any player who is really serious about improving
  • Title: Brilliant Chess Studies
  • Author: Anatoly Kuznetsov
  • ISBN: 9789984922942
  • Page: 418
  • Format: None
  • Brilliant Chess Studies By Anatoly Kuznetsov, Leading chess master Anatoly Kuznetsov presents some of the greatest endgames in chess history This pocket sized book will quickly become essential for any player who is really serious about improving their game.There are 150 masterpieces presented here, and each one is supplemented by two additional gems where the concept is similar but applied differently This makesLeading chess master Anatoly Kuznetsov presents some of the greatest endgames in chess history This pocket sized book will quickly become essential for any player who is really serious about improving their game.There are 150 masterpieces presented here, and each one is supplemented by two additional gems where the concept is similar but applied differently This makes for a total of 450 studies Solutions are separated from the diagrams, so you can try and find solutions by yourself If you couldn t figure it out, just turn the page.Whether you are a beginner or a grandmaster, there are many instructive concepts in this book.Text in English, German, Russian and Spanish.
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    1. Anatoly Kuznetsov

      Biography taken from THE DEFECTION OF ANATOLY KUZNETSOV By Prof Yury SHAPOVAL, Ph.D In the 1960s the writer Anatoly V Kuznetsov was touted as the Soviet Union s most brilliant, talented, and progressive writers, the founding father of so called confessional prose His novella, The Mime Actor, published in a 1968 issue of the magazine Novy Mir New World , was equated with Gogol s The Overcoat and Dostoyevsky s Poor Folk Kuznetsov s books had huge press runs they were translated into many languages and adapted for theater and television.All this ended abruptly when politics, which Kuznetsov hated so much, intruded into his life His decision not to return from abroad for political considerations was the main reason why he never returned to the literary space of contemporary Russia Unfortunately, few remember Kuznetsov in modern day Ukraine Born in Kyiv on August 18, 1929, Anatoly Kuznetsov grew up in the district of Kurenivka, a stone s throw from a vast ravine, whose name in Ukrainian , Babyn Yar, was once known only to locals, he recalled later Kuznetsov had a Russian father and a Ukrainian mother, and his passport stated that he was of Russian nationality This apparent trifle eventually proved to be tremendously significant.Kuznetsov spent his early teens in Nazi occupied Kyiv and witnessed the massacre in Babyn Yar, i.e the mass execution of Kyiv s Jews and people of other ethnic groups Russians, Ukrainians, and Gypsies Kuznetsov decided that all of this had to be recorded from the very beginning, how it really happened, without omitting or adding anything At age fourteen, Kuznetsov began recording everything he saw and heard about Babyn Yar in a thick makeshift notebook One day his mother discovered it and read his notes She cried and advised him to save them for a book he might write someday The boy grew up to become a writer and wrote a book.Before that, after the war, Kuznetsov studied ballet and acting, tried painting and music, worked as a carpenter, road builder, concrete worker, helped build the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant on the Dnipro, and worked on the Irkutsk and Bratsk hydroelectric power plants in Siberia Eventually, Kuznetsov began studying to become a writer He enrolled at the Moscow Gorky Literary Institute and graduated in 1960 Before that, in 1955, he joined the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, and gained renown while still a student In 1957 the magazine Yunost Youth featured his novella entitled Continuation of a Legend The novel Babi Yar, published in Yunost in 1966, cemented Anatoly Kuznetsov s fame The novel included the previously unknown materials about the execution of 33,771 Jews in the course of two days, September 29 30, 1941, in the Kiev ravine Babi Yar The uncensored work included materials highly critical of the Soviet regime In 1969, Kuznetzov defected from the Soviet Union to the United Kingdom.Kuznetzov died in London in 1979 from his third heart attack.

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