Chess: Crash Course to Become a Chess Master! Beginners Guide to The Game of Chess - Master Proven Tactics and Winning Strategies - Chess for Beginners

Chess: Crash Course to Become a Chess Master! Beginners Guide to The Game of Chess - Master Proven Tactics and Winning Strategies - Chess for Beginners

By Nick Gaspovsky

  • Release Date : 2017-01-31
  • Genre : Games
  • FIle Size : 0.79 MB
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Chess: Crash Course to Become a Chess Master! Beginners Guide to The Game of Chess - Master Proven Tactics and Winning Strategies - Chess for Beginners Do you know how to play chess?  If not, do you want to learn how but you aren't sure where to start?  Or, do you already know a little bit about the game of chess but you want to broaden your knowledge and learn some helpful strategies and tips?  If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then this is the perfect book for you!

Chess is a difficult and complicated game.  One that required a lot of thought, deliberation, strategy and skill.  You have to be able to not just think about what's happening in the moment and in the current play but what may or may not happen in the several moves ahead.  Therefore, you have a lot to learn and understand!  At times, or currently, this might leave you feeling a bit overwhelmed or frustrated.  Not to worry!  We understand!  Thankfully, this book is not only written with your intentions for education, knowledge and learning in mind, but also your concerns and worries, too!  With this book, thankfully there are always clear, concise directions and step-by-step processes to follow.  This way, you're never confused or overwhelmed!  To give you a general idea, this book includes:

- An introduction to the game of Chess

- The basic rules and information of Chess

- Ten basic strategies you can use to successfully play Chess

- Four more advanced strategies and theories you should learn to improve your Chess playing

-Common mistake and things to avoid while learning and playing Chess

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