1001 Chess Exercises for Beginners: The Tactics Workbook that Explains the Basic Concepts, Too

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1001 Chess Exercises for Beginners: The Tactics Workbook that Explains the Basic Concepts, Too

1001 Chess Exercises for Beginners: The Tactics Workbook that Explains the Basic Concepts, Too

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n\nThis one is similar in both concept and appearance to Frank Erwich’s "},{"attributes":{"italic":true,"bold":true,"link":"https://www. He explains all the basic concepts, and provides you with a huge amount of exercises for each theme and each chess piece. The most frequent opportunities to give perpetual check are based on sacrifices that smash open the protection of the castled king. We have thus consulted leading teachers and masters with extensive training experience working in chess academies and club courses so as to best identify the most productive positions and exercises to use. The diagrams have all been redrawn, which is good since it allows the ebook to flow, but unfortunately they have been redrawn using low resolution, blocky images.

As mentioned before, our enthusiasm for a possible tactical opportunity can blind us to a possible defence by our adversary. It's also very nice to have the chapters on "Mixed Motifs" where each problem can have several tactical ideas and you don't have a hint like "look for a skewer. Not that they necessarily needed their own dedicated chapters, but I think they should've been included in the glossary at least.com/news/1001-chess-exercises-for-advanced-club-players/"},"insert":"1001 Chess Exercises for Advanced Club Players"},{"insert":" (reviewed July 2019 and February 2023 respectively). There are some odd quality assurance slip-ups like erratic capitalization, spaces before exclamation points (Like This ! The positions feel better than the computer-discovered puzzles on some of the online sites I use, like Chess Tempo or Lichess. The other day, I was listening to a Perpetual Chess Episode starring legendary adult improver Neal Bruce, who famously spent four years on tactics and tactics only before switching to the realm of strategy books, which he intends to study for three whole years.

This example teaches us that before making a double attack we have to make sure that our opponent does not have tactical resources of his own. After halfheartedly considering a few possible other candidate moves, I had to give up because I hadn't the faintest idea what it could possibly be. It just seems strange to me that there's some problems with relatively forcing lines or obvious motifs that I could figure out within a few minutes, and there's others with very quiet moves or sacs that require deep (for me) calculation right next to each other, especially since the problems are supposed to be sorted according to difficulty.This well-known maxim may sound strange but is really just an exaggerated basic if you want to win more games, nothing works better than training combinations. I'll post a few books that I've collected on my wish list that seem to be advised at least once on this site. com) and unsurprisingly, it improved my chess a ton – especially compared to the random bs I had been doing before.



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