144 Seiten. Chess is an easy game to learn, but a difficult one to master. A study of tactical play and some practical experience can get a player to a standard where he is skilful enough to prevent both checkmate and material loss. However, to advance from here to a higher level it is necessary to tackle positional play. This can appear daunting: subtleties that seem obvious to strong players can appear impenetrable to those less experienced. However, once the principal strategic ideas are recognised, then everything becomes clearer and the game becomes simpler. In this book Grandmaster and experienced chess writer John Emms provides the improving player with the fundamental knowledge required to enter every game with confidence.
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