Starting Chess

Starting Chess An inspiring introduction for beginners Starting Chess covers everything you need to know from how to set out the pieces to special moves and tactics Lively illustrations of snooty queens cheeky pa

  • Title: Starting Chess
  • Author: Harriet Castor Rebecca Treays Cheryl Evans Norman Young Howard Allman Rachel Wells Maria Wheatley David Norwood
  • ISBN: 9780794501150
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
  • An inspiring introduction for beginners, Starting Chess covers everything you need to know, from how to set out the pieces to special moves and tactics Lively illustrations of snooty queens, cheeky pawns and wise old kings bring the game to life, while simple diagrams make examples and puzzles clear and easy to follow This new Internet linked edition also contai An inspiring introduction for beginners, Starting Chess covers everything you need to know, from how to set out the pieces to special moves and tactics Lively illustrations of snooty queens, cheeky pawns and wise old kings bring the game to life, while simple diagrams make examples and puzzles clear and easy to follow This new Internet linked edition also contains descriptions of fun and informative chess Web sites to visit.

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      Published :2019-02-19T10:14:24+00:00

    One thought on “Starting Chess”

    1. A very gentle introduction to chess aimed at age 5 up. It builds the rules up gradually with engaging illustrations and some fairly simple puzzles. It doesn't go beyond the basic rules and a few simple tactics, but it would be a good introduction for a complete beginner.

    2. Since we are having all our Esperanza scholars learn to play chess I felt it would be a good idea if I learned--at least the basics. Found this book at the UEA (Utah Education Assn.) Convention. It is a good beginning for me. 6/09/13: I read this book again. I can't believe how much more I learned this time around now that I have been playing for about 18 months. This is a terrific book that would be a great resource for all our Esperanza scholars.

    3. Pretty much does what it says on the tinWould be great for kids who want to learn to play chess. It explained the rules, pieces and basic tactics, which is more than enough to start playing. If your a teenager or adult it might still be valuable to get you a really fast start as it won't take much time at all to get through.I read it to brush up and see if there was any rule I don't know as I never learnt the game formally, did the trick.

    4. I've played this game since I was in third grade and it's a shame that the numbers of players/victims have decreased over the years. This book is excellent for the young or beginners in the game. Didn't learn anything but it's an excellent introductory book on the subject and the illustrations are great.

    5. This is great for a true beginner. You can be on your way to starting chess in a very short time with this book. It is basic and easy to understand, and I learned a few things from it even though I already know how to play chess. However, my 7-year-old son said that he didn't learn anything new from it. I recommend it for beginning beginners.

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