A The essential guide to studying chess, packed with tips and tricks to help you learn A Written in the authorii½s trademark witty, accessible style A Aimed at all skill levels Itii½s a fact of chess life that if you want to win, you have to put a bit of study in. Every chess player, from near-beginner to experienced tournament player, needs to learn the openings and keep on top of current theory. But studying doesnii½t have to be dull. This indispensable book contains foolproof ways to help the information go in... and stay in. Acclaimed chess author Andrew Soltis reveals the key techniques: - Why you canii½t study chess the same way you study school subjects - How to acquire the most important knowledge: intuition - The role of memorizing (itii½s not a bad thing, despite what people say) - How to get the most out of playing over a masterii½s game - Adopting a chess hero as a means of learning - How great players study - Computers as a study tool - How to train someone else... was devoted to technical analysis of the main Benoni lines. Thata#39;s for you to look at later, if you get serious about the opening. Whata#39;s important at this early stage is a verbal introduction to the Benoni, and this book did it well: a It explainedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Studying Chess Made Easy|
|Publisher||:||Pavilion Books - 2013-08-15|