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Those who see the need to learn how to play Chess, soon find that as beginners that the game is a lot different from other board games they may be used to. If you are someone who wants to learn how to play chess even as an adult, or a teacher or parent looking for a book that a child can read and understand, then this book is for you.
This book can take you from a position of being ignorant of what the game is all about to a position where after you have first learned what makes up a Chess set to how to arrange them on a chessboard.
In this book, you will learn how to how to set up a board, set up the pieces, move around on the board and the different powers of the pieces. You will then move on to learn why certain playing patterns are considered good practices on the board and others are not. You will also get to learn why certain games are almost won even before they begin.
If you are someone who has already started playing as an amateur and needs a sort of formal introductory training on how to improve in Chess, then you should be clicking the "Order Now" button to get your copy. One thing that many players who start playing Chess find out is that their opponents who is better than them always seems to at least one move ahead that no matter what they do, they are left with very few options to react, well, we have been able to identify what you have been missing in your game and have shown you how to beat it so that on your very next game after reading the book, you would find that you are probably not yet an expert but definitely far better than how you were in the last game before you read this book.
Chess openings are standard and are very numerous which is what confuses a lot of beginners which is why this book selected some of the openings that are suitable for anyone interested in learning the game. Some of these openings, even though simple are still played by a lot of chess experts which means that when you go join a chess club or play in a tournament, your opponent could well be playing those moves.
You would probably not find a better book that has the modern man in mind as you would in this book in the way it explores the options of playing chess in our now digital world.
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