Covering every aspect of rooks and minor pieces in strategic end game play, Nunn clearly and deftly identifies motifs often encountered in over-the-board play; thematically relevant tactical elements; and articulate commentary on the ideas that serve as the foundation for complex analysis of end game tactics and strategies, making this 336-page compendium a highly prized, 'player friendly', instructional reference with enormous and enduring practical value for novice and experienced players alike.
What does OTB stand for?
OTB stands for Over-The-Board
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We have 34 other meanings of OTB in our Acronym Attic
- Organisasi Tanpa Bentuk (Indonesian: formless organization)
- Outside the Beltway
- Outside the Box (various companies)
- Outside the Brick (Lego forums)
- Over Target Baseline (budgeting)
- Over the Bars (mountain bikes)
- Over the Beach
- Over the Boards (hockey website)
- Over the Bridge
- Owning the Technical Baseline
- Optimum Tailbiting A Posteriori Probability
- Observe The Book: It Fornicates (alt.fan.cecil-adams)
- Old Town Business Association (Maryland)
- Oldham-Trimble Baptist Association (Kentucky)
- Ontario Tenpin Bowling Association (Ontario, Canada)
- Open Text Based Assessment
- Old Town Business Art Development Association (Michigan)
- Occasional Thursday Bridge Club
- Ocean Terrace Beach Club, Inc. (Palm Beach, Florida)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Given so much time for consideration, surely it should be possible not to play those rash moves prevalent in my over-the-board play where pieces are suddenly lost or positions crumble because of one careless move?
The Greater Manchester player Phil Adams is a strong over-the-board and correspondence player.
Mike Donnelly feels that his over-the-board grade is on hold at the moment as he is devoting more time to an international correspondence match in which he is competing.
It might be thought that there is less chance of going wrong in correspondence chess than the over-the-board game.
WHITE: JANOS WAGENBACH BLACK: PHIL ADAMSNimzo-Indian Defence 1d4 2c4 3 Nc3 4e6 Nf6 Bb4 Qd3 Janos is a dangerous over-the-board player but at postal chess his experiments are less successful 4 .
here is an over-the-board win of his from a New York Individual Tournament.