This is one of the first books any aspiring chess player should read.
This book, combined with Capablanca's classic "Chess Fundamentals" will give you a very strong grasp of modern chess strategy.
Modern Chess Strategy, is one of he best book ever, being written by a Grand Masrter, How does the book work?
Geeked out. Unless you are studying to be a grandmaster, pass on this. Check out, Chess for Dummies and the pc game, chessmaster. Read morePublished 14 months ago by szackey
Caution, this book is in descriptive notation, useless for me. I have a lot of other chess books to read without the hassle. I have no business reviewing the book for content. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Down the Exchange
This is one of the classics of chess middlegame instruction. Covering more or less the same ground as Nimzovich's more famous 'My System', it is a condensation of the original... Read morePublished 15 months ago by R. Tobias
I purchased this book assuming it was "Modern" based on its title only to find out that it was published in 1963 and uses the Descriptive Notation and not the modern Algebraic... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bernard H. Meyer
Very good book for non-expert level players. A bit difficult at the beginning considering it uses an older version of algebraic notation. Apart from that highly recommended.Published 18 months ago by Michael Paul Smith
Smooth transaction. Book might be a little over my head in the content. I learned chess as a kid, but have never known any strategy. Read morePublished 18 months ago by David Sedlak
for a friend in prison who wanted to learn how to play chess. That what they play in prison. He got good at chessPublished 19 months ago by hdsurf
I love this book. It's very easy to digest and hits on a lot of great concepts and shows them with great examples. Read morePublished on June 27, 2012 by Dave
I can't say enough about this book,if your below grandmaster level ,this book should help very much giving you the proper strategy on pawn play and postion.Published on May 22, 2012 by johnw.