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How to Beat Your Dad at Chess (Anglais) Relié – 2 janvier 1998

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Un livre au sujet des échecs pour les joueurs de tous les âges, de 8 ans à 80 ans, débutant à maitre. Le livre explique les meilleures façons de battre un adversaire, en forçant l'échec et mat, d'une manière simple et facile à suivre. Montre 50 manières différentes de forcer l'échec et mat (version anglaise).

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This is a good self training book which gives suggestions and general advice on how to tackle certain tricky configurations on the chessboard. Useful for anyone who is trying to improve their chess, not just for children.
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HASH(0x91f9fd14) étoiles sur 5 They don't aways work but some good stuff anyway 14 septembre 2006
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I got this book. My dad didn't fall for all but one of these checkmates. But then I was happy. I tried them all, but he would get me down too much to use any of them so I think just the beginners book for juniors worked better anyway. I did get him in the backrank one because he was upset by my little sister tossing stuff when she didn't get her way and he was not paying attention. I got a beginners book for juniors and and a traps book and both worked better. I now beat my dad more than half the time.
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HASH(0x921b2924) étoiles sur 5 Fifty Deadly Checkmates... 1 août 2004
Par Jack Reader - Publié sur Amazon.com
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There are only two weaknesses one could find in this book. The first is the cover: a work like this should not have the cover of a fifth grade drawing project. The second is the title: it should have been "Fifty Deadly Checkmates You Could Beat Your Dad With". Based on the principle of pattern recognition the author introduces you to fifty checkmate patterns and emphasizes the elements necessary to attain them. From "Anastasia's Mate" to "The Fischer Trap" it does an excellent job depicting the deadly patterns that would lead to mates. But there are no discussions of openings or middle game antics, not to mention the tedious end game struggles. Certainly, pattern recognition plays an important role in chess, but so does elemental principles of positional and tactical plays, of which this book shows only few examples. Taken together, these checkmates reinforce principles such as the value of the defensive f-pawn and the beauty of seemingly senseless decoy sacrifices. But students of elemental principles of sound chess may find this book somewhat disappointing.
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HASH(0x92159510) étoiles sur 5 LEARN MATING PATTERNS - an excellent book on learning how to mate quickly and efficiently 26 décembre 2005
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Do you know how to mate? You can now get actual experience in the most important basic positions. This book will test you and teach you new positions you probably didn't know about before.

Without knowing these patterns you will miss many important opportunities in your game. HOW TO BEAT YOUR DAD AT CHESS has 50 of the most important patterns. By looking at the title and cover it may at first appear to be just a book for kids, but it is for all ages (though not for a beginner).

[...]The cover may look silly, and the title may not really tell you what the book is all about, but it is well organized and should be a fine addition to additional books on other parts of tactics.

I highly recommend this as an important and excellent book for those who are intermediate skilled chess players.
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HASH(0x9213b36c) étoiles sur 5 Learned some good checkmates 10 novembre 2005
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After reading my Chess For Juniors and Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess books I got this one. I loved Chess For Juniors a lot but found Bobby Fischer to cover checkmates but not as good at this book. Bobby Fischer was too easy and some of this book was hard but I stilled learned from it.

If you are thinking of getting Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess then don't and get How To Beat Your Dad At Chess instead because it is better.

You can learn the back rank and legels checkmates and a lot more to help you win.
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HASH(0x9221cc9c) étoiles sur 5 Not for kids only 20 mars 2000
Par Michael P. McGuire - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I found the title to be an unfortunate choice; it makes the book look like a kids book. Kids will benefit, but so will anyone with a USCF rating below ~1500. This is not a book about how to move the pieces. It doesn't outline basic strategy such as controlling the center, developing your pieces, or castling early. Instead, almost the entire book is devoted to "The 50 Deadly Checkmating Patterns." These range from the simple back-rank mate to four variations of the Greek gift sacrifice to methods of salvaging a "Petrosian draw" in the endgame. Chandler argues that these are common themes, and that by working through the well-diagramed, two-page-per-example sections, we will notice these possibilities in our play. He includes a test section at the end to how well the material has sunk in. The text is easy to read with clear, well-anotated diagrams (the key move is indicated by an arrow as well as the text), and the hardcover version withstands abuse in your gear bag. This is a superb book to glance at while you're waiting for the tournament to start.
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