You want to learn the game of Kings, Generals, Conquerors, and Intellectuals
But learning Chess on your own isn’t easy, and starting at the beginning is challenging not just for the learner but for most teachers as well.
Many Chess books for beginners will overload you with information about openings, tactics, forks, history, notation, and lot of other things beginners don’t need to know and don’t understand.
That might work for some people. But in this highly anticipated prequel to the Conquer your Friends series, I’m going to SHOW you how you can play the game of Chess AND WIN in a heinously short amount of time.
Hi, my name is Maxen Tarafa, and I’m a Skill Artist. Most teachers struggle to show beginners how to play Chess because they forget what it’s like to start from the beginning. I specialize in working with beginners, post-beginners, and casual players, and now I’ve broken down the specific needs of the (absolute) beginner.
You see, I believe Chess belongs to regular people who enjoy playing Chess with their friends or at home, not in the hands of “experts” who use incomprehensible terminology and notation.
After working with several beginners, I realized their greatest struggle is not just remembering how the pieces move, but seeing the board beyond where the pieces physically sit. I’m going to show you how to play Chess using step-by-step images with arrows and interactive exercises
Who is this book for? Perhaps, you’ve never played Chess but you’ve always wanted to learn and never had the chance.
Or maybe, you’ve already learned how to move the pieces, but you need an easy, straight-forward refresher.
Or perhaps, it’s time to show your son or younger brother how to play Chess and you want to review the basics, so you can make sure you nail the questions beginners commonly miss.
Whether you’re brand new to Chess or you just want to pass the tradition down, this book is for you.
In this book, you’ll learn how to:
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