Players can use this book to determine if they are realising their chess potential and performing to the best of their capabilities. With instructive chess games, International Master Graeme Buckley repeatedly poses the question 'What would you do here?' Readers are invited to step into a grandmaster's shoes; work out all the relevant tactics and strategies of the game; and select a move out of a possible four choices. A scoring system has been devised which can assess playing strength according to the answers provided. It's as simple as that!
*Written by an experienced chess teacher
*Each instructive game carefully selected
*A sure way to increase playing strength
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.28(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.47(d)|
About the Author
English International Master Graeme Buckley is an experienced tournament player and a well-respected chess teacher and writer. He resides in the United Kingdom. This book is his follow-up to the successful Multiple Choice Chess. Graeme Buckley caused quite a stir in his first year as a professional player, securing his International Master title in a matter of months, quickly followed by his first grandmaster norm. More recently he has also been involved in some major coaching projects. In 1996 he was manager of the English youth team, who achieved the impressive double of winning both the Glorney and Faber Cups.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: How to use this Book||7|
|2||Attack is the Best form of Defence||35|
|3||A Crossfire of Bishops||76|
|4||Rooks and Pawns versus Minor Pieces||111|
|5||Endings Made to look Easy||139|
Using instructive chess games, International Master Graeme Buckley repeatedly poses the question 'What would you do here?' The reader is invited to step into a grandmaster's shoes, work out all the relevant tactics and strategies of the game and select a move out of a possible four choices.