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Starting out: Chess Tactics and Checkmates

Ward Chris

Once you have figured out how all the chess pieces move, what is the next step up the chess ladder? This helpful and entertaining book provides you with the complete answer. In this easy-to-follow guide, renowned chess teacher Chris Ward explains all the crucial checkmating patterns, plus how to catch out your opponents with an assortment of tricks and traps, commonly known as chess tactics.

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Descrizione
Once you have figured out how all the chess pieces move, what is the next step up the chess ladder? This helpful and entertaining book provides you with the complete answer. In this easy-to-follow guide, renowned chess teacher Chris Ward explains all the crucial checkmating patterns, plus how to catch out your opponents with an assortment of tricks and traps, commonly known as chess tactics.
There is something for everyone in this book: improving players can benefit from learning the basic checkmates and the key tactics such as attacking and defending pieces, forks, pins and skewers, while more experienced players can discover the delights of advanced checkmates and sneaky tricks, ones that can flummox even the world`s best players!

Learning chess tactics is fun and one of the quickest ways of improving your chess, and it`s even more enjoyable when your opponents begin falling for your tricks! Read this book and, with the help of a Grandmaster, you will be ready to unleash your weapons in your chess battles, whoever your opponent may be.

An ideal chess tactics and checkmates guide for the improving player

Written by a distinguished chess author

Full of notes, tips and warnings to help the reader.

Informazioni
  • Casa editrice Everyman Chess
  • Codice 5621
  • Anno 2006
  • Pagine p. 172
  • Isbn 9781857444186

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