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About The Book

The perfect book for the everyday player looking to improve their skills, I.A. Horowitz and Fred Reinfeld pen “an excellent introduction to a few of the mysteries and pleasures” within the game of chess (Chicago Sunday Tribute).

How to Improve Your Chess is a book devoted to the player who already knows the rudiments of the game but strives to improve their skills and become more efficient. Designed specifically to help the average player tighten their game so they can take genuine pride and pleasure in their talent.

Written by two great chess authorities, readers can expect to find pointers on what objects to pursue and how to respond to specific kinds of attacks, as well as advice on openings and strategies.

About The Author

I.A. Horowitz was the chess editor of The New York Times and three times United States Open Chess Champion. He was the author of Collier Books’ All About Chess and (with P.L. Rothenberg) The Complete Book of Chess.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Touchstone (March 1, 1972)
  • Length: 208 pages
  • ISBN13: 9780020288909

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