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It's the mental gymnasium where you can do a winning chess workout! Based on the authors' belief that the only way to improve is to study tactics, each intriguing example hones your skills so you can move up to the next level. Organized into Beginners, Intermediate, and Tournament levels of play, each gets 100 puzzles, with additional material on defense and defeating computer chess machines.
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Think of this book as a mental gym where you can do a winning chess workout! Every player can use some "mind stretching" before a game--like the challenging puzzles here that will warm you up and get you sharp. Choose from puzzles for beginner, intermediate, and tournament players, and also get advice on defense, as well as tips on defeating chess-playing computers. The best way to improve is to study tactics, and these puzzles will enable you to improve your skills so that you can move up to the next level.
Fred Wilson is amongst the finest chess teachers and authors. He is the author of A Picture History of Chess and he editied Classical Chess Matches: 1907-1913. His is also the owner of Fred Wilson Chess Books in New York City. Bruce Alberston is a well-known chess trainer and teacher in the New York City area.
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