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I have read some of 'How to beat your dad at chess' and found that I have spotted the patterns that I have read in that book almost instanly when studying chess tactics, so are there any other books that are similar to this.
Any help much appreciated.
How about ...
David MacEnulty, How to Beat Your Kids At Chess: An Adult Beginnner's Guide to Chess, 2nd ed. (Russell Enterprises, 2012.) 303 pp.
Chandlers "Chess Tactics for Kids" and "Chess Puzzles for Kids".
I was thinking reverse psychology ... If you know what they are thinking then you are heads up :))
Still struggling to beat my son at the game
Yeah, tell me about it (get it!), I have the same problem with my daughter. I think its beginners luck :)
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