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Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess Mass Market Paperback – July 1, 1982
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Bobby Fischer was an American chess grandmaster, the eleventh World Chess Champion.
Stuart Margulies is a chess master and also a recognized authority on programmed learning.
Don Mosenfelder is the author of over twenty-five books about reading, writing, and math.
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some complained that there is no "teaching" in this book, while others complained that they went through it in one day / one sitting. these are both valid complaints.
i liked this book. some of the puzzles were quite challenging (i got them wrong or didn't figure them out). i liked the fact that it was straightforward with no clutter and not any variations of move upon move.
my favorite teaching book is http://www.amazon.com/How-Improve-Your-Chess-Illustrated/dp/B000NECOBQ
then, if you must know everything, there is http://www.amazon.com/Complete-Chess-Course-Fred-Reinfeld/dp/0385004648
if you want to know the moves that led to the endgame positions illustrated in the book, then look them up. it is beyond the scope of this book. i'm glad the editor left that part to our imagination, because the checkmate position is what this game and this book is all about.
If you want to move the next level, read Chess the Easy Way by Reuben Fine, even only the first four chapters.
If you want a one-book library on learning to be a competitive chess player, this is it.
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This is a basic chess tactics, themes, and strategies book, slightly more advanced...Read more