“This is the most advanced book I have put on the list. It’s a good book for kids or adults who have been playing for a year or two and are starting to enter competitions. It’s got loads of practical advice, like how to beat players that are stronger than you, how to beat players that are weaker than you, how to manage your time when you’re playing in tournaments with chess clocks, how to get better at chess by studying by yourself… It’s also got loads of cool illustrations, which I loved as a kid. I’d say this book is for kids that are becoming a bit more serious and thinking about playing chess tournaments.” Read more...
Best Chess Books for Beginners
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