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Chess Tactics Workbook

Learn to Command Your Chess Army!
What makes this book different from the many other tactics books on the market is that it was written by a classroom teacher for other teachers. All the pages are formatted with a heading and perforated for easy use.
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Publisher: Chess In Education
Author: Al Woolum
Year of Publication: 2008

Pages: 166
Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)


Book Description

What makes this book different from the many other tactics books on the market is that it was written by a classroom teacher for other teachers. All the pages are formatted with a heading and perforated for easy use. Materials in this book have been arranged to teach chess tactics in a progressive fashion (How often do your students overlook simple mates?) and the ability to search for good moves. Young students need to learn how to add layers to the depth and width of their search, hence the orderly increase in difficulty of the problems presented.

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ISBN 9780965906708
Pages 162 Pages
Publication Date Dec 31, 1999
Notation Type AN - Algebraic
Book Binding Type Paperback

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