Most people claim to know how to play chess, yet all they do is move around a few pieces on the board with no strategy in mind.... This is where my book comes in handy. Without any complex terminology that other self-proclaimed chess experts preach, I´m going to show you how I annihilate my opponents 99 percent of the time. Whether you´re looking to play some casual games with your friends or you´re looking to step things up a notch and compete in a local league, these chess tactics, openers, and strategies will give you the competitive advantage you need to win. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jason Lovett. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/044837/bk_acx0_044837_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book contains essential information, strategies, and tactics to help you start playing chess on a competitive level. It will help you learn how to evaluate board position and formulate game plans based on a systematic assessment of the game. It will teach you how to play the different types of opening and gain insight on their strengths and weaknesses. You will learn about different tactical motifs to attack and defeat your opponent. In addition, this book contains proven strategies in the opening, middlegame, and endgames that you can use instantly to start winning competitive games. Finally, for absolute beginners or chess hobbyists, this book will help you learn or revisit the basic rules of chess, algebraic notation, and the functions of each chess piece. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Phillips. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/096269/bk_acx0_096269_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Winning in the Chess Opening:700 Ways to Ambush Your Opponent New in Chess Nikolai Kalinichenko
Strategic Chess Exercises:Find the Right Way to Outplay Your Opponent Emmanuel Bricard
Modern Chess Preparation:Getting Ready for Your Opponent in the Information Age Vladimir Tukmakov
Attacking Chess for Club Players:Improve Your Skills to Overpower Your Opponent Herman Grooten
When Mikhail Botvinnik lost the world championship in 1960 to the dazzling attacking player from Riga, Mikhail Tal, there seemed little chance of him regaining his title. Yet in the Return Match a year later, with a surprising demonstration of aggressive chess, Botvinnik completely outplayed his young opponent and ran out the easy winner. All 21 games of the match are deeply annotated.
Opening Traps Made Easy Part 2 Playing through opening tactics can be a lot of fun. Also learning them gives you the opportunity to try them on your opponents. Studying them also helps prevent you from falling into them. A chess coach I knew recommended studying opening traps as the best way for new players to learn openings. Not only does studying opening traps develop familiarity with openings in general, it can also help develop your tactical skill in the middlegame and endgame. This book uses hundreds of large clear color chess diagrams. You do not need a chess set to read this book. It is presumed the reader has familiarity with chess rules and Algebraic notation. How this book is written This book consists of a collection of hundreds of short games with brief notes. I have used many of these games during coaching sessions. Most of these games I have either played or watched while they were being played. In some cases the games have been repeated. In other cases the games are unlikely to be repeated. Some games include well known opening traps, some with names, others without. Games are in approximate alphabetical order of their moves. This book complements Opening Traps Made Easy Part 1 which explains the basics of opening tactics.
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