The Reassess Your Chess Workbook: How to Master Chess Imbalances

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Siles Press, Nov 1, 2000 - Games - 423 pages
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International Chess Master Jeremy Silman tests a player's strengths and weaknesses with 131 problems that cover openings, middlegames (both positional and tactical), and endgames. As a player completes a problem, he or she may then turn to consult Silman's lengthy answer to the problem, which is always detailed yet never dry. Through this process of problem solving, analysis and advice, a player is led to discover the major flaws imbedded in his or her play. Through this same process, a player is also led to an understanding of Silman's system of thinking about the game, and how it differs from many other systems of chess thinking.

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Review: The Reassess Your Chess Workbook: How to Master Chess Imbalances

User Review  - Bruce Rice - Goodreads

I have several of Jeremy Silman's books and have found each of the to be well organized and clearly written. In my prior experience, chess books fell into one of two categories; those designed for ... Read full review

Review: The Reassess Your Chess Workbook: How to Master Chess Imbalances

User Review  - Dogday - Goodreads

A little too advanced for me. I couldn't understand the rationale behind some of the decisions that were too obvious for him to explain. Read full review

About the author (2000)

Silman, International Chess Master, is a world-class teacher, writer and player who has won the American Open, the National Open and the U.S. Open. He is the author of 32 highly popular chess books. He has also written dozens of articles that have appeared in chess magazines published throughout the world.

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