Chess: From First Moves to Checkmate

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Kingfisher, Aug 12, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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With clear, engaging text written by an International Grandmaster, simple instruc-tions, and stunning illustrations, this new flexi edition of an inspiring title is aimed at the beginner as well as the more experienced player. Players are encouraged to improve their skills with graded puzzles. A comprehensive reference section includes a full glossary and website details. With features on the great personalities of chess and awe-inspiring matches, this title will appeal not only to those new to the game but to the legions of chess players already out there.

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This is one the great books from my collection.
Highly recommended.
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About the author (2004)

Daniel King is a professional chess player who has achieved the highest chess title -- International Grandmaster. He has written eleven books about chess and has done live television commentary of the World Chess Championship.

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