100 Awesome Chess Moves

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Cardoza, Mar 1, 2000 - Games - 224 pages
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A collection of ideas from tournament games that show the reader game positions, examples and clear explanations of the concepts, how to improve his or her game through deep positional understandings and swashbuckling tactics.

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Contents

Introduction
6
The Positions
8
A Shocking Knight Sacrifice Fox vs Bauer
10
Copyright

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Considered one of the world's foremost chess analysts, writers, and teachers, Schiller is internationally recognized for his works on chess. He is a National and Life Master of the United States Chess Federation and holds titles of FIDE Master, International Arbiter and International Organizer from the World Chess Federation.

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