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Nov 14, 2012
| ISBN 9780307828286
Nov 14, 2012 | ISBN 9780307828286
A beginner-friendly study of chess openings and how you can use your first moves to your advantage Are you feeling frustrated that you’re losing your chess game in the first few moves? Do you want to learn the best strategies for a checkmate? In this accessible book, chess master I. A. Horowitz details how to step up your chess game. He outlines the principles and concepts of opening play, discussing the popular attack and defense openings—including the queen’s gambit, the Sicilian defense, the French defense, and many more— and breaks down their individual moves and grand plans. He also shows the tactical forte of each move and how it ties up with the overall strategical idea. Perfect for people who just learned the rules of chess or more advanced players who want to gain some strategy, How to Win in the Chess Openings will give you the tools you need to win your next game.
I. A. Horowitz was a Jewish-American international master of chess. He is most remembered today for the books he wrote about chess, many of which are still highly recommended for students of the game.
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