Chess Tips for the Improving Player by Amatzia Avni

Wersja językowa książki - angielska. Chess Tips for the Improving Player gives practical advice for club players who want to take the next step towards chess mastery. Amatzia Avni looks at life from an unusual angle. His approach is far more creative than merely offering the usual tips such as develop your pieces and control the centre. Instead of repeating clichés seen before in countless books, the author scrutinized a huge number of chess positions, asking himself, What can be learned from them? The reader can now benefit from Avnis painstaking efforts. Amatzia Avni is an Israeli psychologist who is a FIDE Master both over-the-board and of composition. He has written several original and critically acclaimed books. This is his first book for Quality Chess. ISBN: 978-9185779031 - 240 pages - Published 12 February 2008

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Chess Tips for the Improving Player by Amatzia Avni

Wersja językowa książki - angielska. Chess Tips for the Improving Playergives practical advice for club players who want to take the next step towards chess mastery. Amatzia Avni looks at life from an unusual angle. His approach is far more creative than

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The Amazing Chess Adventures of Baron Munchausen

The legendary Baron Munchausen was famous for telling incredible stories about his astounding happenings and astonishing feats. Munchausen was both a fearless, bold adventurer and a fun, inspiring companion. Now, imagine the Baron playing chess! This

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The Amazing Chess Adventures of Baron Munchausen

The legendary Baron Munchausen was famous for telling incredible stories about his astounding happenings and astonishing feats. Munchausen was both a fearless, bold adventurer and a fun, inspiring companion. Now, imagine the Baron playing chess! This

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The Improving Annotator: From Beginner to Master

Annotating your own games can help you to play better chess. By examining the choices you made during the game – and how they turned out – you can pinpoint the flaws in your thinking process so that you can work on them. Chess master, author, and ren

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The Improving Annotator: From Beginner to Master

Annotating your own games can help you to play better chess. By examining the choices you made during the game and how they turned out you can pinpoint the flaws in your thinking process so that you can work on them. Chess master, author, and renow

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