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One and Two Move Checkmates to Test Your Skills!
Perfect for beginning players--including children--100 Easy Checkmates offers an accessible, fun guide to winning at chess. Designed to help players learn without frustration or tedious chess notation, 100 Easy Checkmates presents easy one- and two-move checkmates that everyone can understand.
100 Easy Checkmates
Find the Decisive Winning Moves!
303 Tricky Chess Puzzles
200 Instructive and Challenging Mates for Beginners!
This great book for beginning players covers the most basic of all mates - the one move mate! Schiller presents different game positions where you must find the move that instantly wins the game. You'll learn how to make the final move with all the pieces - knights, bishops, rooks, pawns, queens and even the king. This great training tool is perfect for players new to the game of chess!
1 Move Checkmates
A Fun and Instructive Workbook for Childred Serious about Chess!
Veteran chess teachers and authors, Wilson and Alberston, who specialize in teaching chess to children, present 202 fascinating puzzles that are both instructional and fun. Large diagrams and clearly explained solutions will thrill kids as they work their way through the concepts while they have fun with chess. This book is perfect for kids!
202 Checkmates For Children
The Brilliant and Instructive Masterpieces of the World's Greatest Chessplayer
Before his recent retirement, Garry Kasparov held the number one position in chess for nearly twenty years. He is considered the greatest player of all time. Now, beginning and intermediate players, ninety percent of the chess playing audience, can benefit from his wisdom.
Learn From Garry Kasparov's Greatest Games
A Quick and Easy Guide to Chess!
Take large diagrams, straightforward instruction and helpful tips and quizzesand what do you have? The winning formula for a quick and easy way to play chess today. Perfect for players new to the game, the author explains the basics of chess and each piece's characteristics how they move, their relative value and how they can be used to checkmate opponents.
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