100 Awesome Chess Moves
This collection of brilliant ideas from real tournaments are not just regular combinations or tactical swindles, but moves of stunning originality. Schiller has selected 100 awesome moves, and through game positions, examples, and clearly explained concepts, shows players how to improve their grasp of deep positional understandings and swashbuckling tactics. Readers learn to reinforce their gut instincts to not just reach for the best move, but the inspired move.
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