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by Richard James

ePub Move One: A Chess Course for Beginners download
Author:
Richard James
ISBN13:
978-0571140633
ISBN:
0571140637
Language:
Publisher:
Faber & Faber (March 1, 1991)
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Subcategory:
Puzzles & Games
ePub file:
1651 kb
Fb2 file:
1856 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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298

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It should also be noted, that although aimed primarily at children, Move One is also perfect for adults who wish to learn the game. Upon completing the book, I strongly advise the reader to join a chess club, if they haven't already.

I liked this one. Beginners Guide to Winning Chess: Fred Reinfeld. Fischer vs Spassky: Richard Roberts New York Times. Logical Chess Move by Move: Irving Chernev. Mastering Chess in 21 Lessons: Cadogan Chess Books. Modern Chess Strategy: Edward Lasker. Better Chess for Average Players: T. D. Harding. Bobby Fischer Profile of a Prodigy: Frank Brady Excellent material. Capablanca’s Best Chess Endings: Irving Chernev. Chess: Raymond Keene. Chess for Beginners: I. A. Horowitz. Chess for Fun & Chess for Blood: Edward Lasker. Chess Fundamentals: J. R. Capablanca. Good book covering the games. Fischer vs Spassky: Svetozar Gligoric.

This is a child's introduction to chess. Introduces the pieces, rules, opening moves, and strategy of chess, and includes games and chess-related facts.

Hampton Court House chess teacher Richard James is launching a new series of chess courses for beginners and novices in September.

Probably one of the best chess players of the history, and the figure that will never be forgotten wrote many books and left a vulnerable .

Probably one of the best chess players of the history, and the figure that will never be forgotten wrote many books and left a vulnerable heritage to those who are a fan of Bobby and to those who want to learn how to play Chess, the Bobby Fischer way. This book can be listed in the most famous chess books for beginners, it is a chess puzzle book written by Fischer, Stuart Margulies, and Don Mosenfelder. It can be among the best-selling chess book ever published, with over one million copies sold.

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Chess for dummies by James Eade. It may appear that these books are for intermediate. But as a beginner I learnt a lot of logic behind the moves in chess. Chess Tactics for Champions by Susan Polgar and Paul Truong. I also find books by Yasser Sierawan and Jeremy Silman very good for beginners (more)Loading.

Introduces the pieces, rules, opening moves, and strategy of chess, and includes games and chess-related facts