Beginning Chess

Beginning Chess

Book - 1993
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Presents three hundred chess problems for beginners, each of which requires no more than ten pieces on the board and can be solved in one move, covering eleven tactical themes including forks, pins, traps, and direct checkmates.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, ©1993
ISBN: 9780671795016
0671795015
Characteristics: 270 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm

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Charlie68
Sep 19, 2009

I thought for a beginner's chess book it would be a little more detailed. The first third of the book explains the pieces and the moves and the rest of the book are exercises, which for someone whose played chess awhile is helpful but for a newcomer might be the cart before the horse.

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