Reason being this book is so very good -- buying any other would be waste of money .
If you are serious about improving your game and you are willing to do a little hard work, then this book is for you.
Sometimes a book has great content, but the presentation makes the material inaccessible to the reader.
Not in algebraic format. I'm sure it's very good from the reviews I've read but there are many books with modern notation you can read much easier.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Sometimes a book has great content, but the presentation makes the material inaccessible to the reader. That is the main issue with Pawn Power in Chess. The material is great. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lee J. Pelletier
The book clearly explains the basic ,important(but often ignored) aspects of pawn play. Apart from the annoying nomenclature (which you will get used to), this is an excellent... Read morePublished 8 months ago by nirmal
This book is a classic for a reason.
Its focus on the pawn structure in the game of chess, or more generally, the creative and asymetric aspects that often determine the... Read more
it seems like this person has decided to change the terminology for everything that is used in chess..why? I have no idea... Read morePublished 13 months ago by mark P murtha
This reprint of a chess library standard use notation written in the 1950's (b6 is the same as KB3). Every modern chess term has been renamed including the color of the squares. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ron Strong
I know there is a TON of people who dislike Kmoch's odd terms about pawn structure; however, I thought they were more visceral and easy to remember than terms like Break move. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Max
This book has lots of good info that is not contained in many other books. If you are serious about improving your game this book will help. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Chris Mitchell
I ahve read so many books on chess, I think this is the one a beginner in chess should study. It give a solid foundation and understanding of chess. Read morePublished on July 27, 2012 by S. Srikakolapu