The Chess Kid's Book of Tactics

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Random House Puzzles & Games, 2003 - Games - 165 pages
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In chess, tactics are the tricks and techniques players use to get a quick advantage over their opponents. David MacEnulty, a former director of program development in New York City's award-winning Chess-in-the-Schools program, teaches students how to develop a tactical mindset. In The Chess Kid's Book of Tactics, he instructs 6-10-year-old players in how to recognize the basic chess patterns and how to apply those patterns to understand-and win-the game.

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DAVID MACENULTY is the Director of Program Development at New York City's Chess-in-the-Schools program. Children on his teams have won over 200 individual and team trophies a year for six straight years. MacEnulty is also author of the Chess Workout Series for the Chess Club Manager software.

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