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How to Beat Your Dad at Chess — pdf download book

Each mating motif is carefully and simply explained, and several illustrative examples are given. Download a pdf file with a sample from the book. It also would be very beneficial in the instruction of young players, as hoa examples given in the test positions would probably keep most youngsters engaged for a couple of hours at least” – Bill Whited, Chessville. I would finally note that this is a hardcover book with nice paper, printing, and supporting cuess.

Downloae from light reading, it’s a focused, intensive how-to book, and some readers including many adults will find the masses of diagrams and move-notation daunting. I found the book to be extremely well written and a useful addition to my collection.

Sprinkled with pictures this is a very fun book and would be a great addition to any strong beginner or intermediate player!

Chandler has a very clear idea of his audience and I think that almost anybody who downloax this book closely would improve his or her tactical vision. Other books by Chandler: In this way, the reader begins to understand how complicated positions can be distilled into their more basic components.

Don’t let the title fool you, overall this is a great book that will teach many important winning patterns. Younger players will also likely find it enjoyable. A final test enables the reader to grade his pattern recognition abilities, and the last chapter explains what to do if your Yyour is Garry Kasparov.

I found several positions of interest as I worked through the book, and I think it will be of particular value to players up dosnload class C. Great fun” – Bernard Hannison, Chess Post.

This is hoe fun book that will help many players, either as a basic starting point in the study of checkmate tactics or as a refresher. However, the writing itself is informative without being dry, and there’s enough chess history included to keep things from getting boring.

This book teaches the 50 Deadly Checkmates – basic attacking patterns that occur repeatedly in games between players of all standards. Fun, instructive – and guaranteed to improve your game.

For those who understand the jargon, our chess expert tells us this book is most appropriate for beginner-intermediate players looking to strengthen their middle game, as there is no opening theory in the book. For a certain sort of determined young player, this could be the perfect tool to help them achieve their dreams of ylur.