I reviewed the first edition of Mark Dvoretsky's eponymous Dvoretsky's Analytical Manual when it first came out in 2008 (and I can't believe it came out five years ago!); unfortunately, the blog where I reviewed it is now defunct. Rather than write another full-scale review, I'll offer a very brief description of what the book is about and who it's for. For those of you who are already familiar with the first edition, you need not read beyond this sentence: there are no new articles in the book; only human- and computer-based revisions to the analysis.
The book is a series of 33 stand-alone chapters in five parts, and all of them present games and game fragments with analysis-rich positions. All phases of the game are well represented in this tome with 424 large pages. The material is extremely challenging even by Dvoretsky's standards, and is most suitable for masters and up, though seriously ambitious players a bit below that might want to give it a shot. For such players, the book is highly recommended.
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