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CLEARANCE - Chess: Improving and Staying Sharp

This book emphasizes topics that strong players need to study in order to improve and stay sharp. Contents: Lesson 1:Attack and Counterattack, Lesson 2:Tactical Exercises I, Lesson 3:Art of Strategy, Lesson 4: Tactical Exercises II, Lesson 5:Art of the Endgame, Lesson 6:Tactical Exercises III, Epilogue: Odds and Ends.
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Description / CLEARANCE - Chess: Improving and Staying Sharp


Publisher: Chess Digest
Author: Eric Tangborn
Year of Publication: 1996

Pages: 78
Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)


Book Description

This book emphasizes topics that strong players need to study in order to improve and stay sharp. Contents: Lesson 1:Attack and Counterattack, Lesson 2:Tactical Exercises I, Lesson 3:Art of Strategy, Lesson 4: Tactical Exercises II, Lesson 5:Art of the Endgame, Lesson 6:Tactical Exercises III, Epilogue: Odds and Ends.

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ISBN 9780875682846
Pages 78 Pages
Publication Date Dec 31, 1995
Notation Type AN - Algebraic
Book Binding Type Paperback

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