How to Play the Chess Openings

ISBN: 1901983021

Category: Entertainment

Tag: Game


Posted on 2007-07-09, updated at 2007-09-22. By anonymous.

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How to Play the Chess Openings
Gambit Publications | ISBN 1901983021 | 1998-03-01 | PDF |1 28 pages | 6.31 MB

An excellent book which is not out-dated and for the price an absolute steal. Though some older opening books can be criticized as a tad bit out-date most can still be used today to learn the basics structures of different openings. Besides, the actual variations used in a game works better if it is your own creation rather than a memorized version and this applies to beginners as well as the experts. Excellent for intermediate players, but can also be used by all. If you are not comfortable with descriptive notations, GET COMFORTABLE! You will be missing out on a lot of excellent books (which are usually half the price). Being comfortable with descriptive as well as algabraic gives you the option and the flexibility to buy whatever chess books are out there, especially the best!



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