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Do you love tactics and strategy? Are you fascinated by chess? Do you want to win big and improve your rating?
If so, this Expanded 2nd Edition of Brett Alexander’s Chess: The Right Way to Play Chess and Win – Chess Tactics, Chess Openings and Chess Strategies is the book for you. No matter what your opponent does, you’ll be ready. This book helps you correctly identify and play the different types of chess scenarios you will encounter:

Open Games

Semi-Open Games

and Closed Games


What is the difference between strategy and tactics? How should you plan your attacks and defenses?

In Chess: The Right Way to Play Chess and Win – Chess Tactics, Chess Openings and Chess Strategies, Brett Alexander explains how you can formulate strategies and employ tactics. You’ll have a thorough understanding of all facets of the game after absorbing his game-winning advice!

How do you strengthen your gameplay once you learn the basics? What can you do to beat even the toughest opponents?

If you’re an advanced player (or aspire to become one), this Special 2nd Edition of Chess: The Right Way to Play Chess and Win – Chess Tactics, Chess Openings and Chess Strategies is the book you’ve been looking for. Brett shares his wisdom on a number of advanced chess concepts:

Pawn Majorities

Converting Advantages into Wins

Mating Motifs

Defensive Thinking

Product details

Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 3166 KB
Print Length: 114 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
Language: English
ASIN: B013AR15MQ
Text-to-Speech: Enabled



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You are talking to the grandmaster

ROOK to G9

You sunk my battleship
I do like chess, but it's way beyond me. Maybe I need this book. Maybe I need a guide to a game more of my calibre, like Ludo, Snakes and Ladders or Snap.
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I do like chess, but it's way beyond me. Maybe I need this book. Maybe I need a guide to a game more of my calibre, like Ludo, Snakes and Ladders or Snap.
I need to CHECK this out.
Thanks Boz..
Thank You.
Pualle23/02/2020 20:47

I do like chess, but it's way beyond me. Maybe I need this book. Maybe I …I do like chess, but it's way beyond me. Maybe I need this book. Maybe I need a guide to a game more of my calibre, like Ludo, Snakes and Ladders or Snap.


Glad you got that off your chess
Skimmed through it - it's definitely geared towards players who are already familiar with the game. Oddly, the book then goes on to cover concepts which would be too basic for advanced players like forks and pins without going through the more advanced concepts like x-rays.

Looks good for advanced players or even stronger players looking for another point-of-view with regards to chess game analysis. I know I rarely tire of reading them myself
You are talking to the grandmaster

ROOK to G9

You sunk my battleship
I'm getting board of all these comments
I like chess.
I know him, so well
Great book, but I got board with it.
just want to get their queen to bash my bishop
Thanks Boz, heat given
Like my chess, and I like this chess joke

“So I was having dinner with Garry Kasporov – Problem was, we had a checkered tablecloth and it took him two hours to pass the salt!”
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