CHESS TACTICS

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  1. Remove This Item Year of Publication: 2011 - 1994
  2. Remove This Item Manufacturer: Batsford Chess
  3. Remove This Item Manufacturer: Russell Enterprises
Year of Publication
1964 2014 1994 to 2011
Author(s)
  1. Irving Chernev & Fred Reinfeld (1)
  2. Jon Edwards (1)
  3. Tim Brennan & Anthea Carson (1)
  4. Victor Henkin (1)
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    Sacking the Citadel
    The History, Theory and Practice of the Classic Bishop Sacrifice
    Four hundred years ago, an Italian chess master, Gioachino Greco, discovered an extraordinary bishop sacrifice on h7 that often leads to checkmate or a significant material advantage. More amazing still, he recorded the idea!
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    Sacking the Citadel

    The History, Theory and Practice of the Classic Bishop Sacrifice
    Catalog Code: B0045RE
    Our Price: $19.95

    1000 Checkmate Combinations
    This truly outstanding book, first published in Russian in the 1970s and regarded there as a classic, contains everything you need to know bout how to deliver checkmate. It contains a wealth of elegant and sophisticated chess tactics as well as systematic and effective instruction.
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    1000 Checkmate Combinations

    Catalog Code: B0114BT
    Our Price: $21.95

    Winning Chess
    How to Perfect Your Attacking Play
    Chess is 99% tactics, and this lively self-instructor, tailor-made for improving players, will teach you how to anticipate the possibility of a chess combination, identify the appropriate tactical device, calculate up to 3-4 moves ahead and visualize the final decisive blow. Reading this classic work by Irving Chernev and Fred Reinfeld, who each spent a lifetime writing about chess, will increase your tactical skills and lead you along the path to winning chess.
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    Winning Chess

    How to Perfect Your Attacking Play
    Catalog Code: B0118BT
    Our Price: $22.95

    Tactics Time
    1001 Chess Tactics From The Games of Everyday Chess Players
    The best way to improve at chess is to solve tactics puzzles. But why do regular tactics books make amateurs study master games? Is it useful for beginners to analyze games that are unreal for everyday chess players?
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    Tactics Time

    1001 Chess Tactics From The Games of Everyday Chess Players
    Catalog Code: B0138NIC
    Our Price: $16.95

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