Do you want to see the entire book and my Spot the Power Move Training videos for free? Call or send an email to the author. firstname.lastname@example.org or call (415) 670-9635 San Francisco. The Six Power Moves of Chess could be called "The Missing Chess Lesson," because "The Six Power Move Thinking Process" is what is needed most by most players and what is missing from the chess books on your bookshelf. Nothing will improve your game faster than this revolutionary insight into chess which shows the unifying force to both strategy and tactics. Many players don't need to "get better" or learn more per se, what they need is a different model for choosing the best moves. The Six Power Moves are the key to the skillful jousting and maneuvering of the chess pieces in unknown and random positions to gain both tactical and strategic advantages, the skill which separates all players. Suitable for players of all levels from amateur to tournament chess players below expert level. Includes a mini beginner primer. Includes sample Spot the Power Move training videos!
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About the Author
Bill Karneges is a chess teacher who has taught for the Berkeley Chess School's, "Chess in the Schools" program. In the "Six Power Moves of Chess" he shares the discovery he made while analyzing the games of world chess champion, Viswanathan Anand, which enabled him, to go from being an average chess player to beating chess experts in tournament play. (View some of these games at www.thesixpowermovesofchess.com)