303 Tricky Chess Tactics

303 Tricky Chess Tactics

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by Fred Wilson, Bruce Albertson
     
 

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Both a fascinating challenge and a great training tool, these tricky tactical problems are not only fun to solve, but great for advanced beginners, intermediate, and expert players to use as tools to improve their game. Tactics are presented in order of difficulty, so that players can advance from simple to complex positions. Examples from actual games illustrate a

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Both a fascinating challenge and a great training tool, these tricky tactical problems are not only fun to solve, but great for advanced beginners, intermediate, and expert players to use as tools to improve their game. Tactics are presented in order of difficulty, so that players can advance from simple to complex positions. Examples from actual games illustrate a wide range of tactics from the classics right up to the current games. You'll learn to use pins, single and double forks, double attacks, skewers, discovered and double checks, multiple threat tactics-and other crushing tactics as part of their problem-solving challenges. Great stuff and fun too!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015872828
Publisher:
Cardoza Publishing
Publication date:
11/12/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
File size:
13 MB
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303 Tricky Chess Tactics 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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303 Tricky Chess Tactics is an excellent book that mostly presents 'realistic' tactical situations leading to material gains - a pawn,or a piece, the exchange - rather than 'brilliant' queen sacs or winning combinations leading to mate in five. In other words, you'll find positions here that are far more likely to occur in your games. Although not large the diagrams are easy to read and the solutions easy to find without seeing the answer to an unsolved problem. I have many tactics books, from beginner to advanced, and this is one of my favorites for review of basic tactics. The difficultly level is about 'advanced beginner' and the problems arranged thematically (e.g. forks, skewers, discoveries, etc.) You can buy Reinfeld's 1001 books, or advanced works containing 1000+ problems, but more (problems) is not necessarily better.