Published November 1986
by Lev Alburt .
Written in English
|Contributions||Jonathan Berry (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
Study Plan For Intermediate Players: The Opening! 1. Extend your base knowledge of "tournament openings." An intermediate player should be able to recognize most "main line" chess openings, even 2. Aim for consistency. 3. Learn the concept of transposition. 4. Learn these critical pawn. Top 5 Chess Books for Intermediate Players The Amateur’s Mind by Jeremy Silman. This book is great for intermediate level strategies, Win at Chess! A Comprehensive Guide to Winning Chess for the Intermediate Player by Ron Curry. Logical Chess: Move by Move by Irving Chernev. Chess for Tigers. This is a great book for the intermediate player. It takes the form of a series of lessons given by master chess coach Weeramantry. Each chapter looks at a complete game and by using an interactive teacher-student dialogue it's almost as if you are sitting in on the lessons. This is one chess book I couldn't put down. Chess is a two-player strategy game between two armies with 16 pieces for each player. The objective of the game is to place the opponent's King into checkmate, which means the King is trapped. Chess is easy to learn, but can take a lifetime to master. The Pieces and their Basic Moves In most chess books and on computers you will see the pieces.
Books for intermediate player to reach next level. I am hovering around USCF and I wanted to improve my game by reading some chess books this summer. I have never really studied chess or read any chess books but want to take my game to the next level. If you have any suggestions that would be great. The 4th edition of How To Reassess Your Chess by Silman. It's a bit of a controversial book, most people either love it or hate it. People believe his way of teaching chess players how to think (logically, looking for 'imbalances' and making a plan) is inconsistent with how you actually play chess (intuitively and based on specific lines rather than broad plans). The books I choose were books that I wish I had access to or outright owned when I was a young player. For me game collections were corner stones for my development as a chess player. For openings I strongly recommend Chess Structures: A Grandmast. As some background, I started playing chess two years ago. I read a book or two and am rated at about ~ on this site. My first question is about psychology. I've always had the problem of being over-competitive in sports and games. When I play chess, I lose many more games than I win, and each loss gets me incredibly frustrated.
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