64pp | Paperback | ISBN 978-1-894154-95-6
$9.95 $7.95 £6.95
Categories: Pocket Guide Series | Novice | Non-Bridge Books
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A handy guide with the answers to your chess questions!
Do you know how to checkmate with a bishop and a knight? Do you know the difference between a pin and a fork? Do you remember the best defense against the Queen's Gambit?
If you answered 'No' to any of these questions, this is the book you need! Whether you are just starting out as a chess player, or simply want to brush up on a few fine points of the game, you will find the answers to your questions here, carefully explained and illustrated. This book is a concise but complete survey of every aspect of the game of chess: a great first book for the beginner, and a useful reference for the intermediate player.
Jonathan Berry is a Canadian chess expert who has attained FIDE master rank. He writes a weekly chess column in Canada's national newspaper, The Globe and Mail. He lives on Vancouver Island, in Canada.
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