Chess! Lessons From a Grandmaster

Chess! Lessons From a Grandmaster

By Grandmaster Yury Shulman & Rishi Sethi

  • Release Date : 2012-12-21
  • Genre : Games
  • FIle Size : 131.98 MB
Score: 5.0
5.0
From 38 Ratings
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Description

Chess! Lessons From a Grandmaster This enhanced Book introduces children and beginners to the magnificent game of chess. Written by a Grandmaster and his student, readers systemically learn how to move the pieces, opening principles, and basic chess strategy. The book demonstrates the educational value of chess using imagination, focus, and problem solving.

Highlights of this book include:
● Hundreds of interactive diagrams that allow the reader to swipe through chess moves.
● 8 chapters covering material from moving the pieces to endgame principles.
● Clear, simple language that both children and adults can easily comprehend.

“It is written in a simple manner that will appeal to a diverse group of people at any age.”
- BJ Armstrong, Former NBA Player for the World Champion Chicago Bulls

“An excellent handbook in which a grandmaster and former US Champion shares the foundation of his skill and technical knowledge. It builds a mathematical understanding of chess and explains to the beginner the logic behind each move.”
-  Alex Onischuk, 2006 US Champion

“Splendid! At last a beginner’s resource book.”
- Former World Champion Anatoly Karpov

Reviews

  • Exceptional For learning Chess

    5
    By JD&JD78
    This is an exceptional book for learning chess and for beginners to start picking up the thought process needed to go to the next level. Very concise and organized for easy learning, taking you step by step through the basic tactics and strategy of the wonderful game of chess. The interactive diagrams and the method of writing make this very fun to read! Highly recommended.
  • A textbook for the ages!

    5
    By Keshyboi
    This is probably the greatest chess textbook on the market. What really makes it so great is the fact that it isn't exclusively for children or adults, but a perfect in between for both. This made learning chess so enjoyable for me, and I am now becoming a much better chess player and having fun while doing it!
  • Great book!

    5
    By rws3
    Clear and concise. Helpful demonstrations.
  • Excellent Way to Learn Chess

    5
    By jaybatz90
    Great for begginners and advanced players. I highly recommend this book!
  • Excellent Book for Beginners who want to Learn Chess

    5
    By aviens
    This book is well-written, clear to understand, and is elegantly designed. It is easy to understand for kids, but is appropriate for all ages as well. If you want to brush up your chess skills or are learning from the beginning, I highly recommend reading this.
  • Good book

    5
    By Joe V. 203
    Good book I liked it
  • Awesome Chess App

    5
    By chkm8r
    I would definitely recommend this iBook to anyone learning chess, wanting to improve at chess or who just plain loves chess! IGM Shulman has done an outstanding job making it fun and easy for kids to learn the "King of all games!" This iBook is equivalent to his written text by the same name and I have been purchasing it and giving it as a gift to my patients for years. One of my goals as a pediatrician is to have kids learn chess as it helps build critical thinking skills. This iBook will make that task so much easier! Definite 5 star recommendation! Norm Saba, M.D.
  • Chess! Lessons from a Grandmaster

    5
    By Blldrroy
    Wonderful book! Nice graphics, easy to read thus easy to learn and a lot of fun learning chess. A great tool for young and old.
  • Really Good Book

    5
    By ErMerScher
    Love the interactive puzzles! Really well-written, too.
  • Chess Made Easy

    5
    By MLawH1
    Informative and educational book to understand the fundamentals of chess. The interactive diagrams engage players by allowing them to see the strategic lessons taught in each chapter. A great tool for anyone looking to improve their chess knowledge.

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