Unbeatable Chess Lessons

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iUniverse, 2007 - Games - 232 pages
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In "Unbeatable Chess Lessons," chess coach Robert Snyder takes his "Chess for Everyone" book a step further by covering twenty-four games with commentary on every move in each game.

Games arranged by opening to help students improve their knowledge of important openings.
Games and analysis contain important tactical and positional themes to improve pattern recognition and planning ability.
Games played by the author and world famous players such as Fischer, Spassky, Alekhine and Capablanca.
Challenges at various points to find the best move.
Written for the beginner to intermediate player.

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Planning Ahead
Opening Up Lines Against the Castled King
Building Up a Kingside Attack

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About the author (2007)

Snyder, National Chess Master, is a highly regarded chess educator whose teams have won 10 National Scholastic Championships.

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