Tactical Motifs 1 - Chess Lecture - Volume 40
Description / Tactical Motifs 1 - Chess Lecture - Volume 40
LM Dr. Dana Mackenzie is a USCF Life Master, a PhD mathematician, and an award-winning mathematics, science journalist and author. LM Dana Mackenzie started playing tournament chess during the "Fischer boom" of 1971-72 and never quit. Champion of North Carolina in 1985 & 1987, he became a master in 1988. Mackenzie now lives in Santa Cruz, CA and runs a chess club for kids at the local library. His passion for chess and his enthusiasm for teaching is unmistakable. .
Life Master Dana Mackenzie introduces the concepts and shows examples of how to effectively use Forks, Skewer, Xray Attacks, Discovered Attacks, and Armageddon as well as In Between moves (Zwischenzugs).
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