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Almost 10 years ago I asked Danny Miller to tell me a good book to read. I got the book, toyed with it off and on and I really liked the format. Why was checkmate the focus of the 1st problems? Why had no other book broken down the squares to attack around the king?

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Win at chess with practical instruction from one of the world's leading teachers! With clever strategies for more than situations and clear diagrams, Chess is for the enthusiastic novice as well as the competitor taking the game to the next level. Chess takes you through more than 5, unique instructional situations, many taken from actual matches, including prob Win at chess with practical instruction from one of the world's leading teachers!

Chess takes you through more than 5, unique instructional situations, many taken from actual matches, including problems for checkmate in one move, 3, mates in two moves, mates in three moves, simple endgames, and tournament game combinations. Organized by problem type, each combination, or game is keyed to an easy-to-follow solution at the back of the book..

More than 6, illustrations make it easy to see the possibilities regardless of where your pieces are on the board. The book also includes the basic rules of the game and an international bibliography. Chess is the ultimate book on winning the game.

Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 9. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Chess , please sign up. I am on my second go around of the first something problems.

Question I find that part of the time ,we won't say how often, I have to look up the answer and work backwards ,am I wasting my time? IWB Your goal here is to learn the tactical pattern. If you have to look it up that just means that you do not yet recognize the pattern--so look at the p …more Your goal here is to learn the tactical pattern.

If you have to look it up that just means that you do not yet recognize the pattern--so look at the pattern, even if that means looking it up. Eventually you will see more and more patterns faster and faster. Try the following: Be consistent in the frequency of your study and go through the entire book and note how many days or weeks it takes you.

For each individual problem give yourself a time limit of 5 minutes. Once you've completed this task cycle through it again but do it faster and for each individual problem give yourself 3 minutes and compare your results. Ultimately, you do not want to waste valuable time pulling your hair out trying to solve one of these problems--after the time limit just look up the answer and learn the pattern.

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Nov 20, Maritess rated it it was amazing. It is especially extraordinary because there are no words, only pictures, lots of fun looking at the combinations because it's very visual, and you can look at it at your own pace.

Ah, memories. Let's just say you haven't lived until you've beaten a chess master and then had your ass kicked by a 3rd grader. I'll always remember her last words before she killed me, "Wait Dad, I'm almost done.

View all 3 comments. Jun 06, Jason rated it really liked it. Another daily devotional thanks to smartphone tech. Problems of every variety and with the intention of drilling past mastery. Which is why it often is accused of being a little monotonous in problem selections. Polgar was aiming to instill secondhand reflex.

Jun 25, Daahoud Asante rated it it was amazing. Sep 30, Mark rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Intermediate Players with understanding of principles. This book is a must have for any player trying to increase his level of play. Im still working at it. Again this is a must have weapon in your chess arsenal. Sep 17, Serge Pierro rated it liked it Shelves: chess.

Literally thousands upon thousands of problems to solve. A great one volume collection of tactical studies. There are better books on the market for studying tactics, however there is nothing that matches it in sheer numbers.

Sidenote: some of the problems are composed. Apr 29, IWB rated it really liked it Shelves: chess. This book, the "bible of tactics," is the best bang for your training bucks. The publisher description is good but let me elaborate a bit on a few things. Firstly, there are no explanations for any of the problems, combos, or games; in fact, if I recall, the only actual sentences that occur, other than Laszlo's forward and Pandolfini's intro, are brief remarks about the rules of the game and the properties of the pieces.

So, while This book, the "bible of tactics," is the best bang for your training bucks. So, while a total beginner can learn to play chess from this book, this is not a beginner's course book--this book would supplement such a course. Because there are no explanations, one cannot get a deep understanding of why some of the tactics work as they do, or why certain moves in the miniatures occurred.

The closest thing to an explanation in the games is the occasional Informant-style annotation variation of a few moves. Informant annotations are symbolic annotations not ordinary language annotations. Secondly, there is a section of simple endgames diagrams, I think, of which some are far more important to know than others; and by " important to know" I mean some are theoretical endgames that must be memorized and whose winning and drawing methods learned by heart. Such important theoretical endgames need explanation because just knowing the pattern is not sufficient at certain levels.

Regardless, these simple endgame positions are worth going over again and again and again. Thirdly, the miniature games 25 moves or fewer are organized by tactical focal point; i. This is very useful for quickly developing pattern recognition--and that's really what this book is good for: building a memory bank of tactical patterns.

If you are rated under you should be devouring this material, and not just once. Just do the work, the good chess will eventually follow. Here are two personal stories about this book that you might find helpful or interesting. A few years ago a family, who knew virtually nothing about chess, except that they wanted their little girl to be the next Humpty Koneru, contacted me about coaching their 6 year old daughter.

They had mentioned that previously she had been studying with a certain IM but that they thought he was not a good fit. Okay, so I meet with the family and the kid and find out that the only study material the IM had provided other than the weekly one hour in-person meeting was this Polgar book, and it was the hardcover edition, to boot. The hardcover, I believe, is what the young 4 year old Capablanca sat on to see the board when he was beating up on his father in that photo.

I mean, this 6 year old girl was barely bigger than the book. You don't hand a monstrosity like this to a 6 year old and expect them to start using it for their own edification. This kind of thoughtless, I'm-collecting-an-easy-paycheck approach to coaching is, unfortunately, far more common than you might think among titled players who have to coach. In I had the opportunity to meet Susan Polgar one of Laszlo's prodigy daughters and discuss training materials with her. One thing she said to me about this book by her father is that it consists of some of the type of training material her father used for training her and Judit and Sofia, but that she didn't necessarily think it was organized as well as it could be; hence, the Susan Polgar series Learn Chess The Right Way, which she thinks is a better approach to chess pedagogy.

One final thought about a couple of criticisms of this book that are either just empirically false, misguided, or the sort of stuff the lazy repeat mindlessly.

Some complain that this book is all checkmates and thus is not all that helpful, especially with other kinds of tactics. This is false. Those with this complaint must have mastered all the mates and can solve all these problems in 3 seconds or fewer with no problems, right?

Some complain that this book is not so great because some of the diagrams are artificially constructed mates. The idea here is that because the position is not from a real over-the-board game that the position has no practical value to players.

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The most complete collection of chess problems ever published, including 5, instructional situations, presented by the world's leading chess teacher. Chess analyzes more than 5, unique instructional situations, many taken from real matches, including problems for checkmate in one move, 3, mates in two moves, mates in three moves, miniature games, simple endgames, and tournament game combinations. Chapters are organized by problem type. Each problem, combination, and game is keyed to an easy-to-follow solution at the back of the book, so readers can learn as they go. More than 6, illustrations make it easy to see the possibilities any position may hold.

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