For any advanced club player one thing remains true: if you want to win more games, nothing works better than training your combination skills.
In this follow-up to his acclaimed 1001 Chess Exercise for Club Players, Frank Erwich focuses on exercises in which the key move isn’t obvious. He also introduces new, more sophisticated tactical weapons. They are geared towards the reality of the advanced club player: they should expect the unexpected.
One of the celebrated elements of Erwich’s previous book is back, neglected in other chess tactics book, defense: readers will also learn how to defend against tactics.
This is not just a collection of freewheeling puzzles, but a complete and structured course.
Third volume in the bestselling series: 1001 Chess Exercises for Beginners and 1001 Chess Exercises for Club Players, written by experienced chess trainer Frank Erwich.
New, more sophisticated weapons as well as themes from his previous books, but with less obvious key moves. This is not just a collection of puzzles, but a complete course.
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