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    Why You Lose at Chess

    Product Code: B0015DV

    Publisher: Dover
    Author: Tim Harding
    Year of Publication: 2001

    Pages: 130
    Notation Type: Figurine (FAN)

    Book DescriptionThis newly updated chess classic shows players how to learn from their losses by recognizing the warning signals in time and by analyzing what went wrong in losing games. Expert analysis covers each stage of the game and examines why players lose from good positions as well as difficult ones. Revised chapters focus on the shift from correspondence chess to forms of play based on e-mail and the internet, and new material highlights the benefits of computer chess. Also included is a fascinating analysis of the 1997 face-off between Gary Kasparov and Deep Blue.

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    ISBN 9780486413723
    Manufacturer Dover Chess
    Author(s) Tim Harding
    Pages 130 Pages
    Publication Date Jan 1, 2001
    Notation Type FAN - Figurine
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