Weteschnik: Learn chess systematically

Weteschnik: Learn chess systematically

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Autor: Weteschnik, Martin
Verlag: Youth chess
Erscheinungsjahr: 2014
Sprache: German
Buchumschlag: hardcover
Seiten: 224

Many chess fans want to improve, understand more about the game, be able to join in the conversation, win more often or simply learn chess more effectively. But how, what to do? Most chess books are aimed at advanced players and the layman cannot see what will help him and what he needs to learn chess properly.
The author, FM Martin Weteschnik, learned chess late in life, but nevertheless achieved mastery through a systematic approach. His experiences and insights have led him to develop a training program called "Learning Chess Systematically" that enables interested chess fans to sustainably increase their playing strength and understanding of chess. He has been supported in this by a team of experienced authors and trainers.
The training program \"Learn chess systematically\" is aimed at hobby players who want to catch up with club strength, at club players who want to reach a higher class and at young chess fans who can learn the game thoroughly and systematically and thus gain a solid foundation for further advancement. The only prior knowledge required is the basic rules and a few months of playing experience.
Tactics, opening, middle game and endgame basics are the topics of this book, but the reader also receives many valuable tips for his playing practice. Each topic is explained in detail and in an easy-to-understand manner, then reinforced and deepened through exercises or tests. Additional exercises are provided to introduce less experienced players to the exercises.
''Learning Chess Systematically\'' is a series from practice for practice and was developed especially for the needs of inexperienced chess players.
223 pages, 1 edition 2014, hardcover.'