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Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess

Release date: 1 July 1982
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Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess is a well-presented book for beginners in chess. It contains various ... Read More

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Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess is a well-presented book for beginners in chess. It contains various puzzles, along with clear instructions, can help readers learn how to play chess quickly and efficiently.

Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess follows a flowchart-like pattern. This teaching machine was made according to the principles of programmed learning, and is filled with checkmate puzzles. At every step, the authors asks you a question. The right answer takes you to the next question, whereas the incorrect answer takes you to an explanation. Readers will find themselves in complex situations, and they will have to come up with solutions and moves on the chessboard, like Bobby Fischer used to. Eighteen of the puzzles in Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess are based on positions of Fischer's games. This guidebook will teach you how to analyse chess problems, and look for themes in order to make the right moves.

The book contains a section titled A Word From Bobby. The introduction explains how to play chess. Some of the chapters in this book are Elements of Checkmate, Displacing Defenders, and Attacks on the Enemy Pawn Cover. Readers will also come across diagrams which make it easier for them to understand the concepts. The reissue edition, published by RHUS in 1982, is available in paperback.

Product Details

Title: Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess
Author: Bobby Fischer
Publisher: Bantam Books
ISBN: 9780553263152
SKU: BK0106162
EAN: 9780553263152
Language: English
Place of Publication: USA
Binding: Mass Market Paperback
Reading age : 12 - 17 years
Release date: 1 July 1982

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