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How to Play Good Opening Moves (Anglais) Broché – 1 mai 2001


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Masterpiece full of typos 31 mai 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If you have basic understanding of chess strategy and tactics this is the book you should buy to play any opening well. It teaches opening principles in plain english. Before you start memorizing variations make yourself a favour and read this littte masterpiece from Mr Mednis. It is a shame this revised algebraic edition if full of typos, which is why I have not given it 5 stars.
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best book ever written on the opening 30 novembre 1998
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Format: Broché
This book examines the principles behind good opening play, such as playing in the center, king safety and rapid development of the pieces. Other chapters show how these principles are applied in the opening to great effect. There is also an excellent chapter on pawn structure and how it affects opening play. This book avoids the endless theories behind opening play and presents the primary principles behind all good opening play that can never become outdated. The book is very well written and a classic. Edmar Mednis is a great teacher and writer, as this book and the others he has written sufficiently prove.
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Cannot beat basic principles 26 octobre 2001
Par "meka@tesco.net" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have not played competitive chess for over fifteen years now but have decided to get back into the game. I know how important the openings are because there is nothing worse than losing a game before you even start. I also know how boring it can be memorizing different sets of moves. This book teaches you the principle of the opening phase without you having to memorize. When you do start playing the established openings, you will be able to appreciate the underlying thought processes behind them. A must for anyone who wants to get through the opening phase without cramming.
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SUPERB instructional book marred by serious typographical errors! 6 août 2008
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Pedagogically this book is as good as one can ask for. The explanations of the opening principles are clear, concise and brought to life in the examples chosen for the text.

The chapters on the very first moves that either side can make are WONDERFUL!

Why not 5 stars then? There are WAY to many typos, and it gets worse as you go along. If you can handle the typos you can be rest assured of a quality book! However, McKay publishing should be ashamed of themselves for the typos. If it was still in print I would be asking THEM for my money back.
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Good Stuff 22 avril 2001
Par Dhaval Vyas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Many chessplayers concern themselves with memorizing hundreds and hundreds of opening moves. What they don't understand is the ideas behind. Here is a solid book which does not go too deep into openings, but explains the ideas behind them. Along with the openings, Mednis shows master games which were won becuase of solid opening play. A must for a chessplayer who is ready to handle openings theories, but not just memorizing them.
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