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    10 Great Ways To Get Better At Chess

    Product Code: B0305EM

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    Publisher: Everyman Chess
    Author: Nigel Davies
    Year of Publication: 2010

    Pages: 160
    Notation Type: Figurine (FAN)


    Book DescriptionHow can you improve at chess?

    This is the eternal question asked by players of all levels. Which part of the game should you focus on? How often should you play? Should you change your opening repertoire? What's the best way to learn from your defeats? So many questions ... and yet direct answers are hard to find. It's no wonder aspiring players are left bewildered and in need of direction.

    In this book grandmaster Nigel Davies provides that direction. He examines the methods used by a number of players who were looking to improve their game, and how they went about achieving their goal. He has drawn heavily on the games and thoughts of players who have been his students over the years and experienced a clear improvement in their play.

    Nigel Davies is a Grandmaster with more than 35 years of tournament experience. He is a highly regarded chess teacher and the author of many successful chess books.

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    Product Details

    ISBN 9781857446333
    Manufacturer Everyman Chess
    Author(s) Nigel Davies
    Pages 160 Pages
    Publication Date Aug 17, 2010
    Notation Type FAN - Figurine

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