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Review of Some of the Best Chess Books

The following five chess books were chosen, for this review, not for head-to-head competition but for comparing different skill levels of chess players. Each of these books may be among the best ones for each level. Chess for Children – … Continue reading

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Chess Books for the Novice and Post-Beginner

Three Chess Books Compared Two of these are hardback publications by Murray Chandler, a grandmaster who was (several times from 1987 to 1988)┬árated as the 29th best chess player in the world. The third book is a paperback by Jonathan … Continue reading

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New Chess Book for Beginners

The paperback Beat That Kid in Chess was published by Createspace on September 2, 2015, the first chess book written by the nonfiction author Jonathan Whitcomb, whose previous writings were on cryptozoology. From the Back Cover How few chess books … Continue reading

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