More Simple Chess Moving on from the basics by John Emms

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ISBN 101857443438
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Price New from Used from Paperback, June 7, "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $ 1 Used from Author: John Emms. Written by a young Grand Master, this introduction to chess strategy is aimed primarily at players for whom a game plan is utterly enigmatic.

By isolating the basic elements and illustrating them through a selection of Master and Grand Master games, Simple Chess breaks down the mystique of strategy into plain, easy-to-understand ideas — only a knowledge of basic chess terminology is /5().

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SimpleBoard is your chess study companion. It's minimalistic, intuitive and simple. It's intended to be the closest digital representation of the physical chess board with a just a few "digital" extras like infinite undo, castling etc.

Show More/5(). Similar in concept to Stean's book, and which I recommend as a supplement, are Simple Chess and More Simple Chess, both by John Emms (also together in a single volume). After gaining a foundation in basic positional chess concepts and their application, I strongly recommend to begin working with "The Amateur's Mind " by Jeremy Silman.

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Chess Book: Simple Chess (New Algebraic Edition) Print version record Written by a Grand Master, this guide isolates basic elements and illustrates them through Master and Grand Master games, breaking down the mystique of strategy into easy-to-understand ideas.

More Simple Chess John Emms. Grandmaster John Emms gives the reader a thorough grooming on all the crucial aspects of chess strategy. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and. More Simple Chess: Moving on F by John Emms,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.2/5(2).

Chess, as this La´szl´o Polga´r volume is titled, is perhaps the most comprehensive book ever conceived on the art of checkmate. It contains some examples, primarily dealing with mate, mating attacks.

Or forced endgame wins. Polgar. the father and personal chess trainer of the renowned Polgar sisters of Hungary, hjs prosided over. Simple and More Simple Chess Two books by Grandmaster John Emms in one volume: It's been said many times before that chess is an easy game to learn, but a difficult one to master.

The game is full of difficult questions such as, 'What do you More Simple Chess book when your. Simple and More Simple Chess by John Emms,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.2/5(1).

The Chess Cafe review above says that the book is suitable for players ratedbut players towards the lower end of that range would probably be better off with books like Jeff Coakley’s Winning Chess Strategy for Kids.

Overall, Simple Chess is an excellent book and deserves its mini-classic status, and I highly recommend : Bright Knight. Opening book: An easy-to-learn opening repertoire. A precise and systematic look at how White can topple each of Black's defences/5().

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Every chess player, from near-beginner to experienced tournament player, needs to learn the openings and keep on top of current theory.

An opening repertoire that is easy to learn, to remember and to maintain. After the success of his award-winning book Keep it Simple 1.e4 International Master Christof Sielecki is back. His new repertoire based on 1.d4 has a similar profile: variations that are straightforward and easy to remember, and require little or no maintenance.

Moving on from the basic principles, Emms draws upon both his own experiences and those of other international players to unravel the mystery surrounding positional chess. This book will be particularly helpful for those who have previously honed their chess skills with the highly popular Simple Chess.

The simple answer is “Yes”. The more nuanced answer is that a) we all learn in our unique ways, and you might learn better from on-line sources, training videos, personal instruction b) if you use a book then: * You need something appropriate for. I would put three books together for beginners and first time players 1.

Chess Tactics for Students by John Bain 2. Logical Chess Move by Move by Irving Chernev 3. Silman’s Complete Endgame Course: From Beginner to Master (a beginner could go over.

I'd recommend Logical Chess Move By Move (Algebraic edition!) to anyone beginning and trying to improve their chess. My first chess book was a Dover paperback copy of Irving Chernev's "The Most Instructive Games Ever Played".

Unfortunately it was written in the archaic Descriptive (lol) chess notation which was basically unreadable/5. In one turn, you move both your king and your rook. First move the king, two squares toward the rook, and then place the rook in the square adjacent to the king on the other side.

If you castle on the Kingside, the rook moves a total of two squares. If you castle on the Queenside, the rook moves a total of three squares%(77). Simple and More Simple Chess Grandmaster by John Emms Two books by Grandmaster John Emms in one volume: It's been said many times before that chess is an easy game to learn, but a.

Apart from the very clear pictures and simple text, Michael Basman uses his teaching experience to let kids gain a clearer understanding of chess pieces through the ''Check it out!'' section of the book and this section offers a brief explanation of the piece in 5/5(5). Keep It Simple: 1.e4 by IM Christof Sielecki was the ChessPub Book of the Year for and the first course published on Chessable that was then released in print.

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In this book Grandmaster and experienced chess writer John Emms provides the improving player with the fundamental knowledge required to enter very game with confidence.

This book offers a complete introduction to chess strategy, important positional ideas and is ideal for club and tournament players. (6 x 9, pages, diagrams).

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It begins with more simple motifs and proceeds to the more complex in a logicall progression. There are detailed explanations for each type of tactic with good examples and descriptive high quality analysis. This book is organized by tactical motif and is probably the only tactics book that most beginners and intermediates will ever need.5/5(4).

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