1001 Chess Exercises for Beginners: The Tactics Workbook that Explains the Basic Concepts, Too

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New In Chess #ad - Author: franco Masetti, Roberto Messa. It helps you in identifying weak spots in the position of your opponent, in recognizing patterns of combinations, and in visualizing tricks. Publication Years: 2012. Chess masters franco masetti and roberto Messa have done both: they explain the basic tactical ideas AND provide an enormous amount of exercises for each different theme.

1001 chess exercises for Beginners is a great first tactics book. Solving many tactical puzzles is what makes the difference for beginners and casual players. There are two types of books on tactics, those that introduce the concepts followed by a some examples, and workbooks that contain numerous exercises.

1001 Chess Exercises for Beginners: The Tactics Workbook that Explains the Basic Concepts, Too #ad - Chess is 99% tactics! this well-known maxim may sound strange but is really just an exaggerated basic truth: if you want to win more games, nothing works better than training combinations. Pages: 144 Pages.

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Chess Tactics for Kids

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Gambit Publications #ad - Chess tactics for kids makes improving easy and fun, and is full of helpful explanations on how to approach chess games with confidence - and success. Chess enthusiasts of all ages and levels will find this book an instructive delight. Author: Murray Chandler. One of the fastest and most enjoyable ways to improve at chess is by learning these thematic manoeuvres.

Publication Years: 2005. Pages: 128 Pages. Recognizing frequently-occurring tactical ideas is vital to success in chess. In a simple, easy-to-understand format it explains how to bamboozle your chess opponents using commonly occurring tactical motifs. Advanced players will delight in the many devious middlegame tricks - some classified here for the first time - which can catch out even grandmasters.

Chess Tactics for Kids #ad - Beginners will benefit from the clear explanation of basic concepts, pin, such as how to utilize a fork, or skewer. The illustrative positions, all taken from real games, show the 50 Tricky Tactics that experienced chess masters use to win their games.

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Chess Puzzles for Kids

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Gambit Publications #ad - The more experienced can wrestle with some classic puzzles, whilst at the same time learning of typical themes and killer concepts. Author: Murray Chandler. Author: Murray Chandler. Using an innovative format, every puzzle is preceded by an instructive example, illustrating an important pattern. Publication Years: 2005.

Chess puzzles for kids will quickly enable children to enjoy using their new-found skills to outwit friends and relatives. Pages: 128. Each puzzle has been graded to suit a wide range of chess abilities. Pages: 128 Pages. This chess puzzle super-challenge contains 100 fun positions to solve, ranging from encouragingly easy to mind-numbingly hard.

Chess Puzzles for Kids #ad - Beginners or younger readers will enjoy reading the basic warm-up exercises. Publication Years: 2012. The final challenging chapters – mission impossible – are guaranteed to torment and inspire the most talented of future champions! Chess is recognized in many countries as a useful tool for developing creative thinking in children.

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Tactics Time!: 1001 Chess Tactics from the Games of Everyday Chess Players

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New In Chess,Csi #ad - Tim brennan and andrea carson have assembled thousands of games by everyday players, and selected the most instructive tactical examples. Pages: 128 Pages. But why do tactics books make amateurs study grandmaster or master games? How useful is it to analyze games that are unreal for everyday chess players?In the real world of beginning and casual players openings are dubious, material is uneven, positions are messy, and cheap traps and oversights are occurring constantly.

Tactics Time!: 1001 Chess Tactics from the Games of Everyday Chess Players #ad - Author: Murray Chandler. Publication Years: 2012. Most amateur games are won by rather primitive means, compared to the cool and fancy moves that masters need in order to gain victory. This book only takes positions from amateur games and puts them out there, warts and all. If you have limited time and energy to devote to chess, you want to study positions that are happening in games you yourself might have played! Author: Murray Chandler.

Pages: 142. Author: tim Brennan & Anthea Carson. Everyone knows that the way to improve at chess is to solve tactics puzzles. Publication Years: 2005. Publication Years: 2013.

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Silman's Complete Endgame Course: From Beginner To Master

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Siles Pr #ad - Publication Years: 2012. Publication Years: 2007. Author: tim Brennan & Anthea Carson. For over 100 years, the world's leading chess players and teachers have told their students to study the endgame. This book teaches the students what they need to know at their current rating level, and builds on that knowledge for each subsequent phase of the player's development.

Pages: 142. Author: Murray Chandler. Pages: 530 Pages. Author: Jeremy Silman. Publication Years: 2013. Publication Years: 2005. Pages: 128 Pages. Author: Murray Chandler. Pages: 128.

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Chess: 5334 Problems, Combinations and Games

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Black Dog & Leventhal #ad - Pages: 128 Pages. Pages: 142. Publication Years: 2005. Author: Laszlo Polgar. Publication Years: 2007. More than 6, 000 illustrations make it easy to see the possibilities any position may hold. Author: Murray Chandler. Author: Jeremy Silman. The book also includes the basic rules of the game and an international bibliography.

Chess is the ultimate book on winning the game. Author: Murray Chandler. Pages: 530 Pages. Chapters are organized by problem type. Publication Years: 2012. Publication Years: 2013. Author: tim Brennan & Anthea Carson. Publication Years: 2013. The most complete collection of chess problems ever published, 3, 744 mates in three moves, many taken from real matches, 600 miniature games, presented by the world's leading chess teacherChess analyzes more than 5, including 306 problems for checkmate in one move, 334 instructional situations, 144 simple endgames, 000 unique instructional situations, including 5, 412 mates in two moves, and 128 tournament game combinations.

Chess: 5334 Problems, Combinations and Games #ad - Pages: 1104 Pages. Each problem, combination, and game is keyed to an easy-to-follow solution at the back of the book, so readers can learn as they go. Pages: 128.

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Chess Openings for Beginners: A Comprehensive and Simplified Guide to Chess Openings

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Learn from games played by chess grandmasters This book will also show you examples of opening theory put in practice by chess grandmasters throughout history which will help you understand the reasoning and analysis behind each move. As a result, you will learn to predict probable future moves based on what has been done in the past by the best to ever play the game.

Centuries worth of opening Theory and Analysis The topic of chess openings is very theoretical. Pages: 142. If you want to learn to win chess games from the opening, now is the time. Publication Years: 2007. Pages: 530 Pages. Just scroll up and grab your copy now! Author: Murray Chandler. So don't hesitate. Pages: 128.

Chess Openings for Beginners: A Comprehensive and Simplified Guide to Chess Openings #ad - Publication Years: 2013. Author: Murray Chandler. Publication Years: 2012. Author: Laszlo Polgar. Furthermore, it will help you develop your own playing style based on sound openings that have been analyzed and tested for centuries by the brightest minds to ever play the game. Learn to win games from the opening this book is the perfect guide for chess beginners wanting to learn about opening theory and improve the quality of their openings when playing the game.

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Logical Chess: Move By Move: Every Move Explained New Algebraic Edition

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Batsford #ad - Pages: 256 Pages. Author: Laszlo Polgar. Ask any strong chess player what book helped them the most when they were a beginner and 9 out of 10 will answer Logical Chess Move by Move. Author: Jeremy Silman. Pages: 1104 Pages. When you play through these games and explanations you will get a real insight into the power of the pieces and how to post them most effectively.

Publication Years: 2013. Author: Murray Chandler. Once you have learned the basic moves, how exactly should you improve? In this much loved classic, Irving Chernev explains 33 complete games in detail, telling the reader the reason for every single move. Author: Murray Chandler. Pages: 530 Pages. A strong player in his own right, he had a unique gift to explain chess in a lucid and entertaining style.

Logical Chess: Move By Move: Every Move Explained New Algebraic Edition #ad - Publication Years: 2007. Publication Years: 2012. Pages: 128 Pages. Pages: 142. Publication Years: 2005. Publication Year: 2003.

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The Chess Tactics Workbook

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Albert E. Woolum #ad - Publication Years: 2013. Pages: 128. Author: Murray Chandler. Author: Jeremy Silman. Pages: 142. Publication Years: 2005. Pages: 530 Pages. Publication Years: 2013. Paperback: 160 pages publisher: albert e woolum; 4th edition 2000 isbn-10: 0965906701 ISBN-13: 978-0965906708 Package Dimensions: 109 x 8. 4 x 05 inches Shipping Weight: 1.

The Chess Tactics Workbook #ad - 4 pounds Author: Murray Chandler. Publication Year: 2003. Publication Years: 2007. Publication Years: 2012. Pages: 128 Pages. Author: Laszlo Polgar. Author: Irving Chernev. Pages: 1104 Pages. Author: tim Brennan & Anthea Carson. Pages: 256 Pages.

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How to Beat Your Dad at Chess Gambit Chess

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Gambit Publications 1-901983-05-6 #ad - Publication Years: 1998. Experts agree that pattern-recognition is vital to success in chess, and this book provides a wealth of valuable patterns. In a clear, easy-to-follow format it explains how the best way to beat a stronger opponent be it a friend, clubmate - or Dad! is by cleverly forcing checkmate.

How to Beat Your Dad at Chess Gambit Chess #ad - Author: Irving Chernev. Publication Years: 2013. Pages: 128. Publication Years: 2012. How to beat your dad at chess makes improving easy and fun, and is full of helpful explanations and practical advice on how to approach chess games with confidence - and success. Publication Year: 2003. Publication Years: 2007. Publication Years: 2005.

Pages: 128 Pages. Delightful and instructive positions from real games are used to show the 50 Deadly Checkmates that chess masters use to win their games. Author: tim Brennan & Anthea Carson. Author: Laszlo Polgar. Author: Murray Chandler. Author: Murray Chandler. Pages: 142.

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The Amateur's Mind: Turning Chess Misconceptions into Chess Mastery

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Siles Pr #ad - Pages: 1104 Pages. Author: Murray Chandler. Author: Murray Chandler. Publication Years: 2012. Publication Years: 1999. Pages: 530 Pages. Publication Years: 1998. Publication Year: 2003. Author: Laszlo Polgar. Publication Years: 2013. This second edition greatly expands on the information contained in the popular first edition.

The Amateur's Mind: Turning Chess Misconceptions into Chess Mastery #ad - . Publication Years: 2013. Author: Irving Chernev. These flaws in their mental armour result in stinging defeats and painful reversals. Author: Jeremy Silman. Pages: 441 Pages. Author: Murray Chandler. Pages: 128 Pages. Seeking a solution to this dilemma, the author wrote down the thoughts of his students while they played actual games, analysed them, and catalogued the most common misconceptions that arose.

Pages: 127 Pages. Pages: 256 Pages. Pages: 128. Most amateurs possess erroneous thinking processes that remain with them throughout their chess lives. Publication Years: 2005.

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