Winning Chess Tactics, revised

Winning Chess Tactics, revised

Yasser Seirawan Jeremy Silman / Jul 20, 2019

Winning Chess Tactics revised The essential guide to the use of tactics the watchdogs of strategy that take advantage of short term opportunities to trap or ambush an opponent and change the course of a game in a single move

  • Title: Winning Chess Tactics, revised
  • Author: Yasser Seirawan Jeremy Silman
  • ISBN: 9781857443868
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • The essential guide to the use of tactics, the watchdogs of strategy that take advantage of short term opportunities to trap or ambush an opponent and change the course of a game in a single move.

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    1. Another nice book by Seirawan. Well written and very easy to digest, even for novice/amateur. As a passionated by tactics, I appreciated all of it, specially the wide variety of exercises at the end of each chapters and the book. It is well divided, beginning with commonly Attack Tactics ( skewer, pin, deflection, double attack, battery, etc) and ending with Draws, and more "defensive" tactics. The second part of the book has some of the great tacticians of all time. Morphy, Tal, Kasparov amongs [...]

    2. An excellent and thorough (it seemed to me) introduction to chess tactics. It has really started me thinking about chess in a far more constructive manner, and my rating is improving because of this.Next - his book on strategy :)

    3. A good solid foundation of the tactics of Chess. I have finished reading it, but I still am going to go back and solve all of the problems, many of which I just skipped knowing that I would get back to it soon.

    4. Read this with a board in front of you, and when you finish a chapter, take the test positions seriously. Set up positions and try to solve them WITHOUT TOUCHING PIECES. Do this through the *entire book* and enjoy how much sharper a chess player you've become.

    5. An excellent INTRODUCTION to tactics. Clear and easy to understand for those new to chess. I would not recommend the book to intermediate players.

    6. I love this series. Yasser is a good chess author and doesn't get too embroiled in explaining every varition.

    7. This was the first chess book I've read on tactics and I left feeling like I have a great foundation for eyeing tactics now.The Author, Yasser Seirawan, does a great job of showing simple tactical moves like forks, pins and skewers. Then, he highlights the principle of these moves in more complex, real game positions where the player must evaluate how to make the tactic work for them.I'd say that this shouldn't be a book to expand your tactical eye, but as a beginning or introductory book to tac [...]

    8. Follows Yasser Seirawan's teaching a style in a similar way to its predecessor (Play Winning Chess).It is a great starting point to know the different tactics, with examples.

    9. Winning Chess Tactics is clearly and logically structured, building up through the different tactical techniques through to complex combinations of them at world class level. This is enjoyable to work through and never unnecessarily detailed, with just the right amount of information fed to you for the advice to sink in productively.It is also attractively presented in a glossy medium-sized paperback format.I have to recommend this book very highly, due to seeing a definite improvement in my res [...]

    10. This has definitely helped my game. It is one of those books you don't really read, but rather work through one study at a time. I now see the board in a different way which helps me with Thaddeus Barlow, the wizard detective and author of They Call Me Merlin Sherlock, who has a 133 years more experience with chess than I do.

    11. A good introduction to the different types of tactics in chess. Some of the reviews of the games require a chess board to easily follow all of the moves and it seems like a video reviewing the games move by move would be much easier to follow.

    12. in my opinion this is the go-to book for anyone who is going to start playing chess seriously. Even for intermediate players a quick look of the puzzles is highly recommended :)

    13. The best volume in this introductory chess series. Beginners should practice their tactics and ignore the rest until later.

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