303 Tricky Checkmates

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Cardoza Pub., 1998 - Checkmate (Chess) - 192 pages
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Both a fascinating challenge for chess players and a great training tool, "301 Tricky Checkmates" is a fun and entertaining compendium of two- and three-move checkmates for the advanced beginner, intermediate, and expert player. The examples provided, drawn from actual games, illustrate a wide range of chess tactics.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
7
BLACK TO MOVE MATE IN TWO
67
BLACK TO MOVE MATE IN THREE
145
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FRED WILSON is a professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Toronto.

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