Lossa: The decisive move for a compelling mating attack

Lossa: The decisive move for a compelling mating attack

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Autor: Lossa, Günter
Verlag: Beyer
Erscheinungsjahr: 2018
Sprache: German
Buchumschlag: book
Seiten: 80

Chess is considered to be the most perfect board game we know. Imagination, strategic skill and tactical insight are required to play a good game of chess.
50 selected teaching examples in connected game sequences make the profound thought processes of the figure movements on the 64 squares easy to understand for beginners of all ages.
Playing chess is an amazing enrichment for the body and mind at any age; it develops and strengthens control, concentration, ingenuity and creativity. More and more children are therefore learning chess at school, and new chess groups are being formed all over Germany. According to the German School Chess Foundation, scientific studies have shown that children who play chess can think better because chess increases concentration, intelligence and spatial perception, and they learn to build thought structures. But training these skills is also essential for people well into old age; they are promoted particularly intensively and sustainably when playing chess, keeping the mind agile and fresh.
During his active time, Günter Lossa was a long-time Bundesliga player for SC 1868 Bamberg, with whom he also became German team champion. Later, he worked as editor-in-chief of a major German chess newspaper.

80 pages, paperback, 2018