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Encyclopedia of Chess Wisdom

Published by Cardoza
Distributed by Simon & Schuster



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About The Book

The most important concepts, strategies, tactics, wisdom, and thinking that every chess player must know, plus the gold nuggets of knowledge behind every attack and defense, is collected together in this updated book.

This new edition, revised and updated, takes chess players from opening, middlegame, and endgame strategy, all the way to psychological warfare and tournament tactics. The reader is taken through the thinking behind each essential concept, and through examples, discussions, and diagrams, shown the full impact on the game’s direction. Loaded with diagrams, examples, sidebars, and sample games illustrating the concepts, plus plenty of plain English, make this book easy-to-read and a joy for players looking to delve deeper into the mysteries of chess and become a better player. Called one of the 10 best chess books ever written, step-by-step, readers will learn the thinking and concepts behind every aspect of a chess game. An absolute must for players who love the game of chess!

About The Author

Eric Schiller, author of more than 150 chess books, is widely considered one of the foremost chess analysts, writers and teachers.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Cardoza (December 5, 2017)
  • Length: 416 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781580423441

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