Chess for Children
Sterling Publishing Company, Jun 1, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 126 pages
"Three chess experts explain the history, rules, and strategy behind this ancient game of kings'....The authors introduce each piece from pawn to king separately in practice sessions that demonstrate the piece's strengths and limitations....Several famous matches are explained move by move....Clear black-and-white photographs and drawings illustrate each move....This useful addition for both school and public library collections will be popular with new chess enthusiasts."-- "Booklist
. 128 pages, 179 b/w illus., 8 x 10.
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abcdef abcdefgh 9 abcdefgh abcdefgh abcdefgh abcdefgh abcdefgh EXAMPLE Adolf Anderssen attack back rank Bardeleben black king black pawn black queen black squares Black to move Bobby Fischer Bobby won Bobby's Boris Spassky called Capablanca check to black chess player CHESS REVIEW Chessathon chessboard Cyonite Donald Byrne enemy piece game of chess Game of Kings gh abcdefgh give checkmate international grandmaster James McMahan jump king in check knight moves Knight's Driving Test KNOW Larsen learned to play mad queen match mate Morphy's queen moves two squares opponent Pal Benko Paul Morphy Pawn Game pawn moves pawn two squares Philidor's Defense playing chess queen captures rook rule change Saladin Scholar's Mate side squares diagonally squares forward Susan Polgar take the pawn Tigran Petrosian tournament U.S. Chess White king white pawn white queen white rook white square White to move Wilhelm Steinitz Win Polgar world champion World Championship young