Patrick Wolff is a two-time U.S. Chess Champion (1992 and 1995) and an International Chess Grand-master. Patrick writes a chess column for the Boston Globe. In addition, he has been a chess coach and instructor and has appeared in several instructional chess videos.
Love this book. It, along with Chess for Dummies which provides a slightly different explanation process, has really helped me understand the game better. Glad I bought it.Published 25 days ago by Sam Abshier
This is an excellent book for a beginner. While it won't turn you into an overnight Grandmaster, it introduces concepts in small steps, from how the pieces move, to minor piece... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Joe B.
This book, published in 2005 and never updated since then, is okay for an introduction to chess. I say okay because it doesn't really explain the basics well but gets quickly into... Read morePublished 11 months ago by For Real