Chess: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners

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Chess: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners

English | July 11, 2017 | ISBN: 1977895794 | 100 Pages | Rar (PDF, AZW3) | 16 MB

The Truth About Chess
From the outside, chess seems like a complicated and esoteric game that only a few people with special abilities can play. This is not true. In fact, chess is accessible and can be played by anyone with a brain, a pair of eyes, and imagination.

The Ultimate Illustrated Guide for Beginners
If you have never played the game of chess or are stilldiscovering it, this book is for you. It is a basic and comprehensive guide that will introduce you to the game and teach you everything you need to know, from the setup of a chess board to the delivery of checkmate. It is filled with advice for beginners, basic tactics, strategies, and diagrams to help you visualize every step of your progress.

The Start of a Lifelong King’s Hunt
The objective of this book is not to make you a chess master. That is an accomplishment that takes decades of research, regular practice, and an enormous amount of talent. The goal here is for you to become a decent chess player. After reading this book, you will be able to play games with anyone, practice regularly, and sharpen your chess muscles until you reach a decent level of play. The more you play, the better you will get. But it all starts with the basics which you will acquire in this book.

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