Chess Tactics for Kids


Gambit Publications - Author: Murray Chandler. The illustrative positions, all taken from real games, show the 50 Tricky Tactics that experienced chess masters use to win their games. Beginners will benefit from the clear explanation of basic concepts, such as how to utilize a fork, pin, or skewer. One of the fastest and most enjoyable ways to improve at chess is by learning these thematic manoeuvres.

In a simple, easy-to-understand format it explains how to bamboozle your chess opponents using commonly occurring tactical motifs. Pages: 128 Pages. Chess tactics for kids makes improving easy and fun, and is full of helpful explanations on how to approach chess games with confidence - and success. Publication Years: 2005.

Chess Tactics for Kids - Recognizing frequently-occurring tactical ideas is vital to success in chess. Chess enthusiasts of all ages and levels will find this book an instructive delight. Advanced players will delight in the many devious middlegame tricks - some classified here for the first time - which can catch out even grandmasters.

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How to Beat Your Dad at Chess Gambit Chess


Gambit Publications 1-901983-05-6 - Pages: 127 Pages. Publication Years: 1998. How to beat your dad at chess makes improving easy and fun, and is full of helpful explanations and practical advice on how to approach chess games with confidence - and success. This is a chess book for everyone, from eight to eighty, beginner to master. In a clear, easy-to-follow format it explains how the best way to beat a stronger opponent be it a friend, clubmate - or Dad! is by cleverly forcing checkmate.

For the advanced player, many of these checkmating ideas will come as a revelation, having never been categorized before. Author: Murray Chandler. For the beginner, simply learning the checkmating ideas and enjoying the examples will help develop the tactical skills needed to carry out attacks, combinations and sacrifices.

How to Beat Your Dad at Chess Gambit Chess - . Experts agree that pattern-recognition is vital to success in chess, and this book provides a wealth of valuable patterns. Delightful and instructive positions from real games are used to show the 50 Deadly Checkmates that chess masters use to win their games.

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Chess Endgames for Kids


Gambit Publications - Whenever an interesting endgame occurs in a high-level game, the chessworld knows that it will soon be dissected and explained by Müller. Author: Karsten Muller. Pages: 128. Author: Murray Chandler. Whether writing fora low-level or high-level audience, his infectious zeal for the endgame shines through. His ‘masterwork’, fundamental chess endings co-authored with Frank Lamprecht, and also published by Gambit is a modern endgame ‘bible’ and was studiedintensively in his youth by current World Champion Magnus Carlsen.

You will have funspringing them on friends, family – or your opponents in serious tournaments. Chess endgames for Kids makes learning chess endgames fun. Most chess games are decided in the endgame. Publication Years: 1998. Publication Years: 2015. It is here where you reap the rewardfor your good play, or else use all your cunning to deny the opponent victory.

Chess Endgames for Kids - Knowingjust a few key endgame techniques will dramatically increase your confidence, as youwill understand what positions to aim for and which to avoid. Starting with the basic mates and the simplest pawn endings, this book provides all theendgame knowledge that players need to take them through to club level and beyond.

Müller carefully guides us step-by-step through a fascinating range of endgame tacticsand manoeuvres, helping us understand the underlying logic.

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Chess Openings for Kids


Gambit Publications - Pages: 128. That's because these 50 mighty Openings are the very ones used by chess masters and grandmasters to outwit opponents time and again. Author: Karsten Muller. For chess-players of all ages and abilities, it is vital to get off to a good start. You will have fun posing difficult problems for your opponent - whether a friend, a chess-club rival or your Dad! Chess Openings for Kids makes learning the chess openings fun.

Author: Murray Chandler. Pages: 127 Pages. Publication Years: 2011. Playing these powerful openings helps develop an understanding of how the pieces work together. Publication Years: 2015. Author: graham Burgess, John Watson. Throughout the book, numerous devastating opening traps are highlighted. Publication Years: 1998.

Chess Openings for Kids - Beginners will learn how to position their pieces for maximum impact. More experienced players will discover some remarkable tactical and strategic themes that are vital for chess mastery. Soon you will be able to play strong moves in any opening position, and approach every game with confidence - and success.

This book teaches the names and starting moves of all the main chess openings, and explains the basic ideas.

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Chess Puzzles for Kids


Gambit Publications - Publication Years: 2015. Pages: 128. Author: Karsten Muller. Pages: 127 Pages. Pages: 128. Each puzzle has been graded to suit a wide range of chess abilities. The more experienced can wrestle with some classic puzzles, whilst at the same time learning of typical themes and killer concepts. This chess puzzle super-challenge contains 100 fun positions to solve, ranging from encouragingly easy to mind-numbingly hard.

Beginners or younger readers will enjoy reading the basic warm-up exercises. Author: graham Burgess, John Watson. Using an innovative format, every puzzle is preceded by an instructive example, illustrating an important pattern. Chess puzzles for kids will quickly enable children to enjoy using their new-found skills to outwit friends and relatives.

Chess Puzzles for Kids - Author: Murray Chandler. Pages: 128 Pages. Publication Years: 2011. The final challenging chapters – mission impossible – are guaranteed to torment and inspire the most talented of future champions! Chess is recognized in many countries as a useful tool for developing creative thinking in children. Publication Years: 2012.

Author: Murray Chandler. Publication Years: 1998.

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Power Chess for Kids: Learn How to Think Ahead and Become One of the Best Players in Your School


New In Chess,Csi - Publication Years: 2012. Author: Karsten Muller. Pages: 128. Pages: 128 Pages. Pages: 128. You will learn how to weed out silly moves and just consider a few important ones. Author: graham Burgess, John Watson. Pages: 127 Pages. A power move, explains experienced chess teacher Charles Hertan, is a winning master tactic that requires thinking ahead.

Pages: 144 Pages. Charles hertan introduces the four main characters who will help you to learn these basic skills: Zort a teenaged computer from the planet Zugszwang, the Dinosaurs, Power Chess Kid and the Chess Professor. Author: Murray Chandler. Publication Years: 2011. Publication Years: 2011. Author: Charles Hertan.

Power Chess for Kids: Learn How to Think Ahead and Become One of the Best Players in Your School - To become one of the best chess players in your school you need to be able to think just 1, 5 moves ahead, and this book teaches the four basic tricks do so. Publication Years: 2015. The most complete and fun kids book ever on learning how to win games! Author: Murray Chandler. Forget about learning openings and endgames, power moves will help you win in all stages of the game.

Publication Years: 1998.

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Chess Strategy for Kids


Gambit Publications - Pages: 127 Pages. Publication Years: 2012. Author: Charles Hertan. Pages: 128 pages. Author: graham Burgess, John Watson. Engqvist is editor of the website schacksnack. Se and teaches at a school in the Stockholm area. Pages: 144 Pages. Publication Years: 2015. Publication Years: 1998. Author: Thomas Engqvist. Chess will stop feeling like a series of random events as you take command of your forces and direct them like a general in charge of an army.

With his guidance, you will soon be finding good plans on your own – and then it will be time to demonstrate your tactical mastery! He first teaches the importance of the central squares and the basics of pawn-play, before examining the role of each of the pieces and how they are affected by the pawn-structure.

Chess Strategy for Kids - Publication Years: 2011. Pages: 128. Author: Murray Chandler. He explains how to identify the right strategy in a wide range of typical situations. Experienced player and teacher Thomas Engqvist shows that it all depends on logic that can be grasped by players of any age. Finally we see how to use them together to launch attacks of many different types.

He is a successful chess trainer and has also made notable contributions to chess theory.

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Chess for Children: How to Play the World's Most Popular Board Game


Gambit Publications - Publication Years: 2012. Publication Years: 1998. Chess is recognized in many countries as a useful tool for developing creative thinking in children. Pages: 128. Publication Years: 2011. Pages: 128 pages. Author: Thomas Engqvist. Author: Charles Hertan. Author: Murray Chandler. Author: Karsten Muller. With this charming book, children will delight in learning the basic moves of chess - the most popular and challenging strategy game of all.

Publication Years: 2015. Pages: 127 Pages. The lessons are reinforced by the inventive tales that George is told by his pet alligator Kirsty, self-proclaimed Grand Alligator of chess. Pages: 128. It doesn't take long to learn how the pieces move, and even children as young as five can enjoy exciting games. Pages: 128 Pages.

Chess for Children: How to Play the World's Most Popular Board Game - All the rules of chess are clearly explained, step by step, assuming no prior knowledge. Although chess can be regarded as a rather complex and mysterious game, the rules themselves are straightforward. Author: Murray Chandler.

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Chess for Kids


DK Children 9780756618070 - Author: graham Burgess, John Watson. Publication Years: 2016. Author: Murray Chandler. Author: Murray Chandler. Publication Years: 1998. Pages: 128. Author: Karsten Muller. Publication Years: 2015. Pages: 112 Pages. Pages: 128 pages. Dk publishing Dorling Kindersley. Publication Years: 2012. Author: Charles Hertan. Before explaining techniques, the book details each piece—pawns, bishops, the king, and more—to ensure kids have a comprehensive understanding before they begin to play.

. Pages: 128. Chess board graphics illustrate different scenarios and support the text explanations so readers can visualize different moves and their potential outcomes as they go. Let chess for kids and international Master Michael Basman teach you how to play chess and turn you into a champion chess player.

Chess for Kids - Publication Years: 2004. Pages: 128 Pages. Publication Years: 2011. Pages: 144 Pages. Author: Murray Chandler.

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Chess Opening Traps for Kids


Gambit Publications - Publication Years: 2011. Pages: 128. Some of the traps have claimed grandmaster victims, while others are more likely to arise in junior chess. Chess becomes fun when we learn how to survive the opening and stop falling into our opponents’ cheap tactical tricks. And that’s what this book is about! By understanding opening play and how to exploit tactical ideas, we turn the tables on our opponents.

Author: Murray Chandler. Publication Years: 1998. Now they will be the ones getting outmanoeuvred, tricked, trapped and pushed off the board!Chess Opening Traps for Kids is a serious course on how to play the opening, illustrated with memorable and entertaining examples. Publication Years: 2004. Either way, the aim is to learn the theme so well that you can use it when similar opportunities arise in your own games.

Chess Opening Traps for Kids - By focusing on 100 key themes, Graham Burgess explains how to use opening tricks to our advantage. Author: Karsten Muller. Pages: 112 Pages. Author: Murray Chandler. Pages: 144 Pages. Throughout the book there are tips on how to spot tactics in advance and advice on opening strategy.

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Winning Chess Strategy for Kids


Chess'n Math Association - Parents and teachers are sure to like it too. Author: Murray Chandler. Publication Years: 2012. Pages: 128. Publication Years: 2011. Author: Charles Hertan. Author: Karsten Muller. Publication Year: 2000 It then leads the student through a whole range of advanced strategies, pawn structure, including piece development, and attacking the castled king.

Pages: 128 pages. The book begins on square one: covering the rules, basic mates, and elementary tactics. Full of original material and entertaining artwork, it's a perfect guide for learning the royal game. Opening principles, middlegame plans, and endgames techniques are all explained in clear and simple language.

Winning Chess Strategy for Kids - . Publication Years: 2004. Author: graham Burgess, John Watson. Publication Years: 2011. Pages: 240 Pages. Separate sections throughout the book are devoted to combinations and terminology. Pages: 127 Pages. Whether kids are learning chess for recreation or are interested in playing competitively, Winning Chess Strategy for Kids will help them understand the game better and enjoy it more.

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