Bxh7+ Master Both Sides of Chess' Most Useful Piece Sacrifice by David Rudel
Publisher: Thinkers' Press, 2009
Edition: Paperback medium
Bxh7+: Master both sides of chess' most important piece sacrifice in 5 easy lessons with 116 exercises.
David Rudel’s debut book, Zuke ‘Em —the Colle-Zukertort Revolutionized, brought a fresh voice to chess in the summer of 2008.
His clarity convinced thousands of class players while stronger readers applauded his creativity and determination in finding new tries for an advantage in lines long thought dead.
Rudel now presents a work aimed at all chess players. Bxh7+ is not so much a book but a training kit demystifying Greco’s sacrifice. Any serious player can now attain a fluency with this tactic exceeding that held by most masters.
Five easy lessons present essential guidelines, tools, and tips for both attackers and defenders.
IM Andrew Martin: " I have looked over David Rudel's new books ' Bxh7+' and 'The moment of Zuke' , published by Thinkers Press. These are excellent training tools for the improving chessplayer.
Both books are well-written, logically structured and most instructive. Rudel presents his work in such a way that you cannot fail to learn and to be entertained at the same time.
Both books are highly recommended!"
Note: Bxh7+ and The Moment of Zuke share a great deal of material, and Colle System players are urged to buy the latter instead.