1001 Brilliant Ways to Checkmate

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Wilshire Book Company, 1955 - Games - 224 pages
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Offers a comprehensive collection of checkmate combinations.

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I love this book. If you can spot a checkmate path, then it would be long before you spot the path to that path.
What I like is it's not a lot of complicated "and then on move 29..." type books. In
my opinion one will do great in
chess by spotting patterns and this will help you spot a pattern to the final pattern of check mate.

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An excellent tactical training book focused exclusively on checkmate patterns.


Queen Sacrifices
Checkmate without the Queen
Storming the Castled Position

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About the author (1955)

Fred Reinfeld (1910-1964) was for many years among the strongest chess players in the country. Even now as an author, he stands alone, the most successful and prolific chess writer of all time, with over 100 books to his credit.

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