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Master the ancient and modern game of chess!
When you listen to How to Play Chess, you'll discover a fascinating world of the mind!
This comprehensive and lengthy book explains how all the chess pieces move in simple, easy-to-understand language. You'll easily absorb the quirks of the game, such as the en passent rule and how important kings become in the later stages of play. From pawns to queens, you'll know exactly how to follow the rules - and make the most of your favorite strategies!
How to Play Chess introduces many popular beginner tactics you can use right away to impress your friends and improve your rankings. You'll discover the various strategies appropriate for each phase of the game - beginning, middle, and endgame - and how to get an edge on your opponents!
Inside, you'll learn about chess masters from long ago - and meet the new masters. From William Steinitz and Magnus Carlsen to Garry Kasparov and Bobby Fisher, the chess world has created many fascinating and beautiful minds!
This inspiring chess method for beginners helps you understand how to position your pieces in their "best squares" and create solid defenses. When it's time to go on the offensive, you'll enjoy thrilling attacks - and avoid your opponent's counter-attacks.
It's time to win more games and have more fun!
Don't spend another minute wishing you could sit down at the chess table in the park and hold your own. Get your copy of How to Play Chess today!
©2017 Chad Bomberger (P)2017 Chad Bomberger
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