Hardcover · 128 pp. · 1998
This book teaches the 50 Deadly Checkmates
- basic attacking patterns that occur repeatedly,
in a fun and instructive way.
Each motif is carefully and clearly explained
and several illustrative examples are given.
A final test enables the reader to grade
her pattern recognition abilities.
An excellent introduction to tactics for the
developing young player. It begins with
a clear explanation of Algebraic Notation,
and ends by explaining what to do if your
Dad happens to be Garry Kasparov.
If you like this book, you will love the sequel:
Chess Tactics For Kids.