More Unbeatable Chess Lessons (Chess for Everyone Series)

More Unbeatable Chess Lessons (Chess for Everyone Series)

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by Robert M. Snyder
     
 

In More Unbeatable Chess Lessons, chess coach Robert Snyder takes his Unbeatable Chess Lessons book a step further by covering twenty-four additional games with commentary on every move in each game.

  • Games arranged by opening with original analysis.
  • Detailed analysis of critical lines.
  • Important tactical and positional themes allow players
  • Overview

    In More Unbeatable Chess Lessons, chess coach Robert Snyder takes his Unbeatable Chess Lessons book a step further by covering twenty-four additional games with commentary on every move in each game.

  • Games arranged by opening with original analysis.
  • Detailed analysis of critical lines.
  • Important tactical and positional themes allow players to improve pattern recognition and planning ability.
  • Games played by the author as well as world famous players such as Karpov, Kasparov, Korchnoi and Tal.
  • Challenges at various points to find the best move.
  • Written for intermediate to advanced players.

  • Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9780595453467
    Publisher:
    iUniverse, Incorporated
    Publication date:
    06/01/2007
    Series:
    Chess for Everyone Series
    Pages:
    264
    Sales rank:
    705,337
    Product dimensions:
    5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.60(d)

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    More Unbeatable Chess Lessons (Chess for Everyone Series) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
    Guest More than 1 year ago
    This is no book for the novice! It is designed to be the next book after Unbeatable Chess Lessons has been read. When you put these two books together you have the best collection of a total of 48 games (24 in each book) that uses the approach that Chernev began in his Logical Chess Move by Move book. Except these two 'Unbeatable Lessons' books are better in that they have up to date analysis and provide a more clear and understandable writing style. The main differences between Unbeatable Chess Lessons and More Unbeatable Chess Lessons are that the games have deeper analysis and more opening analysis depth in More Unbeatable Chess Lessons. When you put these two books together you have got some excellent opening analysis. An excellent point to be made is that the transition betweens opening and middlegames are very well covered and there is extensive coverage of important middlegame ideas in both volumes. With the comment on every move approach (as mentioned started by Chernev) the majority of games never reach the endgame. There are several excellent endgames in both volumes. The author uses some of his own games which I have found to be very instructive and of high quality. The understanding of how the amateur's mind thinks and the type of typical questions that would be asked are clearly shown in both volumes (as well as the entire Chess for Everyone series).
    Guest More than 1 year ago
    This book is great for those who are no longer at the beginning level. Works well after reading Unbeatable Chess Lessons, of the same series. I am a fan of the 'Chess for Everyone' series.
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