The Complete Idiot's Guide to Chess

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Alpha Books, 1997 - Chess - 348 pages
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Patrick Wolff, the current US Chess Champion and International Grandmaster, teaches readers quick and easy strategies for learning chess basics. From essential information on basic openings and basic endgames to tips on reading your rival's moves, readers will be armed and ready to take on their next opponents.

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User Review  - AlbinoRhino - LibraryThing

This book has several easy to follow diagrams and explains everything thoroughly. I easily learned several chess techniques from this book in a short period of time. Read full review

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User Review  - PaulMysterioso - LibraryThing

Whether you're a beginner or need to refresh your neglected chess skills, Patrick Wolff's guide book on chess is excellent. Clearly written, filled diagrams and extremely informative. There are many how-to-play-chess books out there, but this is the one to have. Read full review

Contents

Lets Play Oms
1
Drawing the Battlelines
11
Rules of Engagement
31
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