Chess Tactical Review: Internet Kibitzing with Notation

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This book assumes that the reader knows the basic rules of chess, has played games for entertainment, and likes to review tactics and puzzles. All 1,613 puzzles in this book come from real games the author watched via the internet (aka Internet Kibitzing) between January 2015 and July 2015. All types of games were watched during this period including slow, blitz, amateur, and real world by today's best players. The following notation and Tactical Analysis is useful for reading and improvement. The fundamental method for improving in chess is to analyze games and understand where differing moves would have been better than the moves played

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