Marie's chess course: how to think and calculate better to make fewer mistakes, progress and win at chess!
Do you ever lose a game of chess because you have left a part in the grip or because you have missed an easy matFor you or your opponent? Do you ever play too fast and not finding the best answer to a threat? Do you ever make calculation errors ? From not knowing what to play ?
If you answered yes to at least one of these questions, then volume 2 of the Marie's chess lessons is the book for you. It will help you to think harder and make fewer errors thanks to a very simple 8-point method (eight is an easy number for a chess player to remember!) illustrated by around 400 examples and exercises.
This book is ideal for adults starting out or children who have started to play but are still making a lot of mistakes. It can also be used by more advanced players who want to try a new approach to chess.
Marie's chess course is also a tool that can be used by chess club leaders who want new ideas for teaching chess to beginners.
Reading this book requires knowledge of the rules of the game, a few mats and some basic combinations.
The ideal book for Calculate better and make progress at chess!