Killer Chess Tactics

Killer Chess Tactics

Book - 2003
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This is a book for players who want to play killer chess using the insights, concepts and moves of the greatest tactics and combinations ever by the greatest players who ever lived. This fascinating book teaches you how to learn from the incredible combinations and brilliant sacrifices of 14 World Champions, how the champions used these brilliant stratagems to bring opponents to their knees, and how they themselves fell prey to these deadly surprise attacks. Packed with fascinating ideas, two hundred fully annotated games, one thousand diagrams, and great practical advice for any player's own games, you'll not only learn how to use these powerful weapons, but also learn, in easy-to-understand language and game situations from the champions themselves, the thinking and game plan behind the moves. This brilliant book will take any player's game up several notches. Players learn how to formulate brilliant attacks and improve their chess game using the insights and concepts of the greatest players who ever lived - the world champions
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Cardoza Pub., c2003
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781580421119
Branch Call Number: 794.12 K26k 2003
Characteristics: 416 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


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