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hi all please tell me best books for chess learning thanks
Chess Training for Chess Champions by Jesper Hall
Also think like a Gm by Alexander Kotov.
There are many chess books that is book to read, but the one I share by Hall is very practical and it gives you tips on training, and it also suggest some good books to read.
Correction: The book was named as "Chess Training for Budding Champions."
I'm trying to get this book thank you very much my friend nylsel
Try Coach Heisman's website at danheisman.com and check out his book recommendations.
ok thanks baddogno for your help ,I try it
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