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CLEARANCE - Chess Cafe Puzzle Book 2

As most chess instructors and players know, it is much more difficult to teach and learn strategic concepts than tactics. In this program, German grandmaster Dr. Karsten Mueller will help you develop your strategic chessplaying skills.

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Description / CLEARANCE - Chess Cafe Puzzle Book 2


Publisher: Russell
Author: Karsten Muller
Year of Publication: 2008

Pages: 275
Notation Type: Figurine (FAN)


Book Description

As most chess instructors and players know, it is much more difficult to teach and learn strategic concepts than tactics. In this program, German grandmaster Dr. Karsten Mueller will help you develop your strategic chessplaying skills.

Topics include: Good and Bad Bishops; Domination; Outposts; Undermining; Opening the Position; Blockade; Improving Piece Placement; Prophylaxis; A Second Front and The Principle of Two Weaknesses; Counterplay; Positional Exchange Sacrifice; Simplification; and Weak Color Complex along with exercises to test your knowledge.

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ISBN 1888690437
Author/s Karsten Muller
Pages 275 Pages
Publication Date May 31, 2008
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Book Binding Type Paperback

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