Chess Simply Play Better


Chess Simply Play Better
Author: Martin Pluta
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eBook File: Chess-simply-play-better.PDF Book by Martin Pluta, Chess Simply Play Better Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Chess Simply Play Better books, Thank you all for the nice feedback and your personal opinions. Greatly appreciated :) This chess book is intended for starters or intermediates. It will provide you accessible and easy to understand information on how to improve your game efficiently in the shortest amount of time. This is what the author says: "Ever since I have played chess, I have been looking for an extensive set of tips to quickly boost my skills and give me access to a more intuitive understanding of the game, but I couldn't find anything that matched my requirements. Therefore, I have decided to create this book with a collection of my favorite strategy patterns. These patterns will be most helpful for players who are just starting to play chess and would like to advance quickly without the need of reading complete chess books or game analysis, which is usually time consuming, quite exhausting and often more efficient for advanced players and professionals. Within this book you will find diagrams associated with bullet point lists. Each page contains one diagram at most. All diagrams are made available in a large size with highlighted squares of interest for best visual interpretation. Chapters will open with a short introduction and a quick overview on what is ahead. I have decided for this structure and layout to assure a very visual presentation with focus on clear facts. You will not find elaborate essays, but rather precise suggestions on what you may try to develop your game to a new level in just a short amount of time."


Chess - Simply Play Better
Language: en
Pages: 50
Authors: Martin Pluta
Categories: Games
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-05-09 - Publisher: Martin Pluta
Thank you all for the nice feedback and your personal opinions. Greatly appreciated :) This chess book is intended for starters or intermediates. It will provide you accessible and easy to understand information on how to improve your game efficiently in the shortest amount of time. This is what the author says: "Ever since I have played chess, I have been looking for an extensive set of tips to quickly boost my skills and give me access to a more intuitive understanding of the game, but I couldn't find anything that matched my requirements. Therefore, I have decided to create this book with a collection of my favorite strategy patterns. These patterns will be most helpful for players who are just starting to play chess and would like to advance quickly without the need of reading complete chess books or game analysis, which is usually time consuming, quite exhausting and often more efficient for advanced players and professionals. Within this book you will find diagrams associated with bullet point lists. Each page contains one diagram at most. All diagrams are made available in a large size with highlighted squares of interest for best visual interpretation. Chapters will open with a
A Program to Play Chess End Games
Language: en
Pages: 168
Authors: B. J. Huberman
Categories: Chess
Type: BOOK - Published: 1968 - Publisher:
A program to play chess end games is described. The model used in the program is very close to the model assumed in chess books. Embedded in the model are two predicates, better and worse, which contain the heuristics of play, different for each end game. The definitions of better and worse were obtained by programmer translation from the chess books. The program model is shown to be a good one for chess end games by the success achieved for three end games. Also the model enables us to prove that the program can reach checkmate from any starting position. Insights about translation from book problem solving methods into computer program heuristics are discussed; they are obtained by comparing the chess book methods with the definitions of better and worse, and by considering the difficulty encountered by the programmer when doing the translation. (Author).
An Introduction to Chess Moves and Tactics Simply Explained
Language: en
Pages: 102
Authors: Leonard Barden
Categories: Games & Activities
Type: BOOK - Published: 1964-01-01 - Publisher: Courier Corporation
Informal intermediate introduction, quite strong in explaining reasons for moves. Covers basic material, tactics, important openings, traps, positional play in middle game, end game. Attempts to isolate patterns and recurrent configurations. 58 figures.
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Language: en
Pages:
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