Practical Chess Exercises: 600 Lessons from Tactics to Strategy

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Raise your chess to the next level with this program of 600 instructive and challenging exercises covering all aspects of the game. This book will sharpen your tactical vision, deepen your positional understanding, and enrich your knowledge of theoretical positions. It will also strengthen your analytical skills, and instill a sound move selection process. Win more games and increase your enjoyment of chess!

"This is the first book I've read that makes me feel like I'm in a real game, where I need to use my full thinking process to pick the best move."
—Blue Devil Knight

"If you study this book, you will acquire the most important chess skill of all: the ability to think for yourself."
—John Watson, International Master, author of the award-winning Secrets of Modern Chess Strategy, Chess Strategy in Action, and Mastering the Chess Openings

"In creating Practical Chess Exercises, Ray Cheng has turned a labor of love into a treasury of instructive problems to help non-beginners improve their chess. The problems are of all types—tactical and positional—and all levels. Best of all, they are not labeled in any way other than who is to move, so for each position you have to find the relevant concerns and properly address them. The answers are not just a list of moves, but they also include instructive prose. This book answers the prayers of chess enthusiasts looking for unmarked problems to test their skills."
—Dan Heisman, U.S. National Master, author of the award-winning Novice Nook column at Chess Café and books such as A Parent's Guide to Chess, Looking for Trouble, and Everyone's 2nd Chess Book

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