Generally recognised as one of the best chess trainers in the world, Mark Dvoretsky's second edition Dvoretsky's Analytical Manual contains a wealth of training material designed to improve a player's knowledge and analytical skills.
The material is organised into five chapters, (1) immersion in the position, (2) analysing the endgame, (3) games for training positions, (4) practical psychology and (5) Lasker the Great, and sets out to provide players with general guidelines and investigates psychological aspects in depth.
It is very important for the practical player to train his or her ability, understand when to rely on intuition, rules of thumb or when to try to solve problems by calculating variations. With these goals in mind, this book delivers excellent, high-quality training materials and many exercises.
Who should read this book?
This book is for the serious student, with a rating of 2000 and higher, looking to take his understanding of complex middlegame ideas to the next level.