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by Fiona Watt,Judy Tatchell,Verinder Bhachu,Adam Constantine,Leonard Le Rolland

  • ISBN: 0794503713
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Fiona Watt,Judy Tatchell,Verinder Bhachu,Adam Constantine,Leonard Le Rolland
  • Subcategory: Activities Crafts & Games
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Usborne Pub Ltd (June 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 96 pages
  • FB2 size: 1376 kb
  • EPUB size: 1632 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 429
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by Fiona Watt (Author), Judy Tatchell (Author), Verinder Bhachu (Illustrator), Adam Constantine (Illustrator), Le. .

by Fiona Watt (Author), Judy Tatchell (Author), Verinder Bhachu (Illustrator), Adam Constantine (Illustrator), Le Rolland, Leonard (Illustrator) & 2 more. I must admit I have learnt quite a bit from the book myself and it is a very suitable guide also for adults from beginner to imtermediate and perhaps even to the threshold of advanced. In case you were wondering I like this book.

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Verinder Bhachu; Adam Constantine; Leonard Le Rolland (illustrator). Seller Inventory M0794503713.

Introduces the game of chess, pieces and how they move, and classic strategies and tactics from each stage of the game, and offers a series of related puzzles. Verinder Bhachu; Adam Constantine; Leonard Le Rolland (illustrator). More information about this seller Contact this seller.

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A complete guide to the history, techniques and tactics of chess, written in conjunction with Grand Master Jonathan Rowson. Includes advice on how to lay deadly traps, plan cunning moves, launch effective attacks and defend pieces to ensure a winning result.

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The laws of Chess and the movement of the traditional Chess pieces have been the same since the sixth century of the second millennium. The changes that took place have quickened up the rate of play, such as allowing the Pawns to move two cells on the first move option (FMO). The origins of Chess are obscure. Some evidence presented by David Li in Genealogy of Chess quite clearly shows it was developed in China in the 2nd century . but it is not until the 7th century that there is a reference to the game in literature

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The following work is designed for those who are learning the noble game of Chess. Many persons have been confused and discouraged at the very outset of the study by t.e great variety and the delicate distinctions of the openings: and this has constituted a fault in many otherwise excellent manuals for the learner.

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Introduces the game of chess, pieces and how they move, and classic strategies and tactics from each stage of the game, and offers a series of related puzzles.
Reviews about The Usborne Internet-Linked Complete Book of Chess (Chess Guides) (2):
Feri
It got here quick and is perfect for what I wanted!
Thordira
Superbly illustrated including lots more chess board diagrams than other childrens guide. It has much more "beyond the basics" content than any of the other usually classic illustrated children's guides from Dorling Kindersley, Kingfisher, and even the others from Usborne itself.

Most of the other childrens guides merely show what the pieces look like (a pawn is a pawn is a pawn)and how they move with a teensy bit of strategy very reluctantly put in so as not to frighten the horses. This seems to be the one illustrated childrens book which not only simply explains but also graphically SHOWS the strategy in much much much more detail with copious illustrations. If a picure is worth a thousand words then this book is worth millions and is a quantum leap above the others. If you want science fantasy 3D abstract illustrations which are beautiful for adults to look at (but either confusing as hell or simply irrelevant in learning chess) then the Kingfisher guide is superb. But if you want your kid ( and maybe yourself) to really understand what the pieces are actually doing and the finer points of strategy involved, then the many many more colour (usually) 2D pictures in this book can't be beat.

It packs more content which is easy to understand in a 108 page beginners guide than some of the 3oo plus pages pot boilers written for adults by some grandmaster players who can't teach for nuts. This Usborne guide has quite comprehensive sections on the opening, middle game and end game with lots of examples and board shots. It also has quick internet chess links on the Usborne site which are aimed at helping kids and beginners understand. I must admit I have learnt quite a bit from the book myself and it is a very suitable guide also for adults from beginner to imtermediate and perhaps even to the threshold of advanced.

In case you were wondering I like this book. Much more importantly my kids ( 5 years) love it too and beg me to get the set out and try the early things in this book. If you can only buy one book to help your kids ( or even yourself) with chess you won't be disappointed with this. My only caveat is that if your kids are really young then the amount of illustrated info on each page may be a bit daunting and for pre- readers one of the more basic guides from Usborne, DK or kingfisher may be an easier (but more limited) starting point.

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