CLEARANCE - Learn From Your Chess Mistakes

This is a chess bible for the average club player; it identifies and addresses typical failings such as poor opening preparation, inappropriate choice of openings, being tricked, losing the thread of the position, miscalculation, lack of confidence, faulty judgment, time trouble, missing opportunities, confusion, failure to adjust, and losing the initiative.

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Publisher: Batsford
Author: Chris Baker
Year of Publication: 2004

Pages: 144
Notation Type: Figurine (FAN)


Book Description

Most players want to put defeat behind them as quickly as possible. But there is no better way to improve than by analyzing your lost games, finding out what went wrong, and learning exactly how to avoid the same mistakes in the future.

This is a chess bible for the average club player; it identifies and addresses typical failings such as poor opening preparation, inappropriate choice of openings, being tricked, losing the thread of the position, miscalculation, lack of confidence, faulty judgment, time trouble, missing opportunities, confusion, failure to adjust, and losing the initiative. Players will gain confidence and benefit from this upbeat book.
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Shopworn No
ISBN 9780713487664
Author/s Chris Baker
Pages 144 Pages
Publication Date Dec 31, 2001
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
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