Publisher:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Author:Henry Abbot

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Chess Description

Master the Game of Chess and Defeat Your Opponents! What is chess? Where did it come from? How do you learn to play? Chess: Dominate Chess Openings, Closings, Chess Strategies and Tactics Like a Pro makes it easy to understand the history, rules, and terminology of chess. You'll learn about the origin of chess in India, and how it spread to Persia, Europe, and across the globe. You'll discover the basic rules of chess, how to set up the board, and how the different pieces move. This book also explains concepts like promotion, castling, check, and checkmate. Do you want to be a better chess player? Do you wish you didn't lose as many games? Are you interested in making more out of this fun hobby? You'll learn strategies for each of the 3 Phases of a Chess Game. You'll be proud of your new rankings and increase your enjoyment of the game! You Will learn many opening strategies: • Knights Pawn Opening • Indian Game • Ruy Lopez • Sicilian Defense • Hungarian Opening/Kings Indian Attack • Italian Game • French Defense • Caro-Kann Defense • Pirc Defense • Queen’s Gambit • English Opening • Alekhine’s Defense • Modern Defense • Dutch Defense • Stonewall Attack You'll even learn about the famous "Fools Mate" trap! To be great at anything takes practice, and with the right book, it is plausible. Start as a beginner and after reading, and much practice, become a Chess Master!

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