Building on the ideas introduced in his ground-breaking work "Foundations of Chess Strategy", Lars Bo Hansen provides a thought-provoking and convincing treatise on how players can maximize practical problems for their opponents, while emphasizing the strengths of their own position. Under his guidance, chess-players will more easily focus on key elements in the position, devise plans for exploiting them to the full, and develop a better understanding of which pieces need to be exchanged and which weaknesses really matter.
Lars Bo Hansen is a well-known grandmaster from Denmark. He has won the Danish Championship on two occasions and represented his country in four Olympiads, winning a bronze medal for his individual performance in 1990. His many tournament victories include first prize in the strong Copenhagen Open in both 1997 and 2000.