Best Chess Book For Beginner/Intermediate Player?

  • #41
    EdwardTunguia wrote:

    i know it is anayze. i just type it faster. that is why,. ok i will change the way i offer. if you want sir, let do some friendly game.

    I don't have room in my schedule for more free training game. If you want to pay for lessons, whether in chess or English, I may be able to accommodate you.

  • #42

    Best forum/thread ever. LOL Laughing

  • #43
    Ziryab wrote:
    EdwardTunguia wrote:

    i know it is anayze. i just type it faster. that is why,. ok i will change the way i offer. if you want sir, let do some friendly game.

    I don't have room in my schedule for more free training game. If you want to pay for lessons, whether in chess or English, I may be able to accommodate you.

    Hmmm, take some grammar/spelling lessons. Laughing It isn't anayze. It's Analyze.

  • #44

    Winning Chess by Reinfeld/Chernev

  • #45

    I know this is an old thread, but for anyone who finds themselves here from google, I just bought the book "The Amateur's Mind" by Jeremy Silman, and I really like it so far.

    It's already openned my eyes to misconceptions I had about the game. So often I would just make "passive" moves without any clear goal or any real concrete reason as to why I chose the moves I did. I would highly recommend it for beginner or intermediate players.

  • #46

    Yep Silman is the way to go. Chess homework every Knight! (Get it!? "Knight")

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