Aug 30, 15 ThrillerFan wrote: Chess Evolution had a book similar to informant that lasted a whopping 9 issues and failed miserably. Quality Chess tried working together with Chess Evolution and I think 2 of the 9 volumes were published by Quality Chess, something like the 4th and 5th or 5th and 6th. As for the Yusupov series, you should wait until you are about Study endgames and go thru a bunch of GM games from or earlier, like Alekhine, Capablanca, Reti, etc. When you reach about , the Yusupov books should be read Orange first all 3 of them , then Blue, then Green. Why should the GM games I go through be from or earlier, and did you have any specific books in mind with recommendations?

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Artur Jussupow

He won the World Junior Championship in , which then automatically qualified for the International Master title, qualification as a grandmaster following in International tournament results in the next decade included first place at Esbjerg , first at Yerevan , equal fourth at Linares , first at the Tunis Interzonal , equal first at Montpellier Candidates , and third at Linares He also won the Canadian Open Chess Championship. By this time Yusupov was also chasing World Championship qualification, reaching the semi-final of the Candidates Tournament on three occasions: in defeated by Andrei Sokolov , defeated by Anatoly Karpov and defeated by Jan Timman. In the early s, he returned to his Moscow apartment one day and came upon burglars.


Artur Yusupov



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