CHESS PUZZLE BOOKS
Chess Puzzles for Students
Another 1200 Puzzles to Train Your Brain
All top chess players agree that to keep your tactical muscles in shape it’s imperative to continue training, and the easiest and most fun way to do this is by performing tactical exercises
The Complete Chess Workout II
100 Puzzles to Torment Your Brain Cells
Chess Puzzles for Kids
Mastering The Positional Principles
The Chess Puzzle Book 4
New Algebraic Edition
Win at Chess
Improve Your Chess with These 300 Carefully Selected Puzzles
The Gambit Book of Instructive Chess Puzzles
Find the Winning Combination
212 Surprising Checkmates
And How to Avoid Them!
10 Most Common Chess Mistakes
Solve the Puzzles and Measure Your Skill!
1001 Deadly Checkmates
Test and Improve Your Defensive Skill
The ChessCafe Puzzle Book 3
Winning Chess Puzzles for Kids - VOLUME 2
Comprehensive Chess Course - VOLUME 6
Chess Training Pocket Book
1001 Brand New Chess Puzzles to Challenge and Entertain Players from Novices to Grandmasters
The best way to develop tactical skills is to practice them by tackling new and challenging positions. This book provides a wealth of chess puzzles to test just about every facet of your tactical ability. It is very unlikely that even those who have read many other chess puzzle books will recognize more than a handful of these positions. Franco has searched recent events and used powerful computers to seek out previously unpublished puzzles, and has also drawn extensively upon Latin American sources that he has been scouring for brilliant examples over the last three decades.
Following the pattern of Gambit's hugely successful Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book (by John Emms), the book begins with 100 relatively easy positions suitable for novices, and ends with 100 extremely tough puzzles, which provide a mind-bending challenge even for grandmasters. There are 1001 puzzles in all, including themed sections and graded tests, all with detailed computer-verified solutions and verbal explanations of the main instructive points.
The Giant Chess Puzzle Book
The Quality Chess Puzzle Book
Match Your Wits Against the Greatest Chess Masters
Test and Improve your Over-the-Board Decision Making
John Nunn's Chess Puzzle Book
The Addictive New Puzzle ANYONE Can Solve
Publisher: Ashley Parr, LLC
Author: Maurice Ashley
Year of Publication: 2009 Pages: 128
Notation Type: Figurine (FN)
Book Description The Addictive New Puzzle Anyone Can Solve! Pawn Mower's Inaugural edition. Volume 1 begins with a series of easy puzzles for newbies and progresses gradually to mind benders brain buster puzzles that will challenge even the most seasoned puzzle veteran. About the Author(s) Maurice Ashley is known as the Tiger Woods of Chess. He made history when he became the first African-American to attain the coveted title of International Grandmaster of Chess in 1999. He has been an ardent spokesman and advocate of the intellectual and character building effects of chess in young people for over 15 years. GM Ashley is the world's premier and live chess commentator for ESPN. He is a renowned speaker and consultant who has spoken to several universities and professional organizations nationally.
Pawn Mower - VOLUME 1
Official MENSAﾬ Puzzle Book
606 Puzzles for Chess Nuts
320 Key Positions for Players of All Levels
Chess Training Pocket Book II
Chess Cafe Puzzle Book 2
Jon Speelman's Chess Puzzle Book
600 Lessons from Tactics to Strategy
Practical Chess Exercises
111 Winning Endgames
Pandolfini's Chess Challenges
Train Your Brain with 1200 Puzzles!
The Complete Chess Workout
303 More Challenging Puzzles to Take On!
303 More Tricky Chess Puzzles
Winning Chess Puzzles for Kids
200 Instructive and Challenging Mates for Beginners!
1 Move Checkmates
Test your Chess with Daniel King
Find the Decisive Winning Moves!
303 Tricky Chess Puzzles
Can you Rise to the Challenge?
Beat the Grandmasters
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Assess and Improve Your Chess Strength
A Fun and Instructive Workbook for Childred Serious about Chess!
202 Checkmates For Children
Chess Cafe Puzzle Book
Rate Yourself in 100 Positions
How Good Is Your Chess?