By Al Horowitz
In this e-book, I. A. Horowitz, Chess Editor of the New York Times and previous U.S. Open Champion, applies the various rules and convictions obtained from thirty-five years of taking part in, educating and reading the royal video game. He emphasizes the tactical features of the sport: easy methods to realize the massive likelihood and hit difficult whilst it happens. He additionally stresses the information and techniques in beginning play, instead of the regimen memorizing of diversifications that takes the enjoyment out of chess for therefore many beginners.
When you have got accomplished this e-book, it is possible for you to to play chess with excitement and a few skill.
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White has no choice. T The White Rook has *l to take the Queen. For obvious reasons, this is called This sacrifice of the Queen brings the Rook to block the King. Now the Black Knight checks and Checkmate! a smothered mate. A mate is also possible in the middle of the chessboard. The King cannot take the Queen because the White Pawn protects. The King has 5 other moves but, in every case, the White Queen controls those squares. Notice blocked Pawns. that by the the King 2 is Black CHECKMATE The White Queen is checking the Black King on the rank.
Chess for Beginners: Picture Guide, A by Al Horowitz