The rules of winning chess

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The rules of winning chessEveryman Chess has published: The Rules of Winning Chess.

In this new book Nigel Davies gives form to his many beliefs, built up through 40 years of playing and studying chess, about how a chess game should be conducted and he states them in a clear and concise way.

Nigel's "rules" are divided into five different categories: the player, preparation, the opening, the middlegame and the endgame. By studying them you will make them your own and they will make chess look easy.

Recognize the best squares for your pieces, instinctively know whether to seize the initiative or to play quietly, become ruthless in exploiting opponents' weaknesses while minimizing the effect of your own.

These easy-to-learn guidelines help you to achieve greater understanding in your chess and enable you to approach every game with confidence.

Let The Rules of Winning Chess show you the way!
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