Mastering Chess Tactics

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Pavilion Books, Mar 1, 2003 - Games - 192 pages
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A chessplayer must continually be alert to tactics, which effectively decide the outcome of all chess games. This text introduces the various tactical themes such as forks, double attacks and destroying the guard, explaining them with practical examples from modern chess play.

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User Review  - reverend.baron - LibraryThing

I like Neil McDonald. He's written some really great books. This isn't one of them. Read full review

About the author (2003)

English Grandmaster Neil McDonald is an experienced player on the international chess circuit, with a string of tournament successes. He is a respected chess coach, who has trained many of England's strongest junior players. McDonald is also a talented chess writer and has many outstanding works to his name. Earlier Everyman books include "Concise Chess Endings" and "Concise Chess Openings,"

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