are seldom short.
Yet Reinfeld wrote in the introduction he wanted "short, sharp, witty encounters which make their point in an unforgettably drastic manner." He mainly avoids the games in My System
revelations of positional chess as inititally "discovered" and expounded by the father of hypermodern chess - Aron Nimzowitsch.
This book is easier to read, and more fun than "My System" or "Chess Praxis
"Chess Praxis" was Nimzowitsch's follow-up to his classic "My System" which introduced Nimzowitsch's 'hypermodern' theories about how chess should be played. This book shows how these ideas work
intention. Not to have read "My System" is regarded as a shocking gap in a chess player's education, but English speakers had only poor translations that toned down or even deleted many passages because
"First restrain, then blockade, finally destroy!" was the war cry of the celebrated 1920s writer and World Chess Championship aspirant Aron Nimzowitsch. Subsequently eclipsed by his classic My System
CRM/SFA systems effectively.
This indispensable sales tool shows you the ropes of lead qualification, the RFP process, and needs analysis and discovery, and explains how your technical know
why so few can get there. Does this help me, as an intermediate player, to learn though?
5. Is Nimzovich a decent starting point anyway? Some GM's are very dismissive of "My System" - have