Catalogue » Books » Computers & Technology » Product details
Price comparison product image Chess: Master the Ancient Game of Chess! Learn Basic Tactics, Openings & Essential Chess Strategies.

Chess: Master the Ancient Game of Chess! Learn Basic Tactics, Openings & Essential Chess Strategies.

New from:
US $21.63
Used from:
US $208.50
see website
Prices may incl. VAT *
Last refresh Aug/07/2018 02:33 AM

For hundreds of years, people have taken their armies to battle on a checkered battlefield, employing skill and patience to capture their opponent’s forces.

Chess is an ancient game that allows players to exercise their minds. With this guide, you will learn the rules of the game, and how to identify and utilize each chess piece.

Whether you want to draw the game out to expand your technique or rapidly conquer your opponent to a swift defeat, this book will teach you how to understand and plan your next move. It will teach you how to anticipate and counter the moves of your opponent.

It all begins with the opening game – deciding whether to begin with a Ruy Lopez opening, Slav Defense, or many more. There are multiple options to consider. Foreseeing the opening moves of your opponent helps to setup a counter play and stop them in there tracks. With the dozens of popular methods described in this book, you will have no trouble making your first move. And as you turn the pages, it will guide you through to the end-game.

From pawns to kings, explore the ancient world of chess with this beginner's guide to tactics and strategies, and become a master of the board.

Here Is A Preview Of What Is Included… The Chessboard The Chessmen The Rules of Chess Popular Chess Openings Chess Tactics & Strategies Playing The End Game Common Mistakes Made In Chess And Much, Much More!

Get your copy today!

Latest products for Price Comparison

* The prices and shipping costs may have changed since the last update. It is technically not possible to update the prices in real time. The time of purchase on the Website of the seller is used as the reference.