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Chess The Easy Way

Chess The Easy Way This is the book most recommended by chess coaches for their students It can perhaps be said that there are primarily four kinds of chess books Beginner s Books Advance Strategy Books Opening Book

  • Title: Chess The Easy Way
  • Author: Reuben Fine
  • ISBN: 9780671624279
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the book most recommended by chess coaches for their students.It can perhaps be said that there are primarily four kinds of chess books.1 Beginner s Books2 Advance Strategy Books3 Opening Books4 Books of Historical InterestWhat makes Chess the Easy Way almost unique is that it spans the first two and touches on the third It can be said that this book startsThis is the book most recommended by chess coaches for their students.It can perhaps be said that there are primarily four kinds of chess books.1 Beginner s Books2 Advance Strategy Books3 Opening Books4 Books of Historical InterestWhat makes Chess the Easy Way almost unique is that it spans the first two and touches on the third It can be said that this book starts off the player at the beginning level and rapidly accelerates, reaching almost the expert level by the end.As a re printer of out of print chess books, I have been absolutely bombarded by chess coaches with requests for a reprinting of this book I get not only requests for this book than any other book, but I get requests for this book than ALL OTHER CHESS BOOKS COMBINED.

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    1. This is one of the books that I used in the mid 1960s and early 1970s when I was interested in improving my chess game. Looking at it from several decades later, I can see why I found this useful. It is a bit more advanced than some of the beginner books that I referred to, but it is still accessible to those who are not yet mastering the game.The author's view is upbeat (Page vi): ". . is possible to improve at chess and the effort required is by no means exorbitant." At the outset, the reader [...]

    2. My father is a master at the game of Chess. So when he said this is the best Chess book, the book that got him on the road to being a master Chess player, I listened. There are thirty rules in this book, for each section of the game (The Beginning, Middle and End) and if you memorize them, practice them (which means a lot of losing) and instinctively use them (better than the person you're playing against anyway) you WILL win. Chess is a hard game, it is not for weak souls. It is violent, crushi [...]

    3. First read in the 1970's in an attempt to improve my game and I go back to it from time to time. It's an excellent introduction to the most complex, challenging, frustrating and addictive of all board games, and a good resource for players at all levels.

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