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No, I was already over 2000 FIDE.
I would agree with kikvors' overall assessment of the contents : I was also more at home in the tactical chapters (though some of them are quite challenging anyway) and found the strategy chapters more difficult.
If you're not sure, you can also start with the blue books - there's a lot of interesting material there too.
Here are samples of medium (**) exercises in the first orange book :
Thanks for the clarification hicetnunc. I will start with the orange books.
man im bad.. ratings here are really inflated
posting just to bookmark this discussion
the books are AWESOME! i am learning a lot!
I should check this out.
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