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Master Checkmate Strategy - OLD EDITION

The Winner's Guide to Essential Checkmates & Attacks

Product Code: B0049CZ

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Publisher: Cardoza
Author: Bill Robertie
Year of Publication: 1997

Pages: 144
Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)


Book Description

Learn the basic combinations as well as the advanced, surprising and unconventional mates, the most effective pieces needed to win, and how to mate opponents with just a pawn advantage. Also, how to work two rooks into an unstoppable attack, wield a queen advantage with deadly intent, coordinate pieces of differing strengths into indefensible mating attacks, and when it's best to have a knight or a bishop to win.

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Author: Bill Robertie
Publication Date: January 1, 1997
Notation Type: AN - Algebraic
Page Count: 152 Pages

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