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Learn Chess [Anglais] [Broché]

John Nunn

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Shows how to play and win at chess 27 février 2005
Par Steve Scarry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
An experienced scholastic chess coach enthusiastically recommended this book to me (there are so many beginner books out there that for a novice the choice is confusing). My friend explained that this book is easily the best guide for an adult looking to learn - well organized and written by a grandmaster who is known for the clarity of his writing and the care he takes over his books.

My friend was right! There are no gimmicks used in this book, just wonderful explanation of how to play the fascinating game of chess. The book begins by explaining the rules and aims of chess, how each piece moves and so on, and how the object is to checkmate the enemy king. This is followed by excellent sections on chess notation, how to win material, attacking play, and sections on the opening, middlegame and ending. There is so much explanation in this book (192 pages) that I regard is as one of the best value books I have purchased in a long time. Thank you, John Nunn, for writing this book!
73 internautes sur 77 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Above average beginner's book..... 26 janvier 2007
Par Patrick D. Goonan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This is a very good beginner's book that covers a lot of ground in less than 200 pages. It is well-written and dense for it's size. It will take an average adult or teenager from not knowing anything about chess to being a competent beginner in a short period of time.

The rules of the game are covered first and this is followed by a very detailed section on chess notation. If you are or have ever been confused by this, Nunn makes sure you understand it inside out before moving on.

This book also has sections on winning material, attacks on the king, the various phases of the game and even chess psychology! It provides a great framework for a beginner to work off of and set goals during various stages of the game.

What I also like about this book is the numerous and extremely clear diagrams. Some chess books don't put enough in and you either need to have a board by your side or above average visualization skills. This is not likely for a beginner, so I think this feature adds a lot of value.

In addition, there are many exercise in the book that reinforce key concepts. This is very helpful and the exercises are good. They will help you to retain the material and there is enough material here that you will get your money's worth.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Pleasantly surprised. 28 avril 2012
Par Russael - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
There's a reason this book gets rave reviews. I'm basically a beginner at chess. And when you read the chess books, it all seems so daunting. You'll have to spend years just learning the opening moves. Then the moment black chooses a countermove, what do you do then? Study a few more years. I have about fifteen chess books, all of which look wonderfully intriguing, but actually overwhelming in their detail. I decided that it was impossible to learn something easily for a beginning chess player. When I say beginning, I mean I know all the rules, but I don't know any of the patterns. I've played a bunch of games, but without finesse. So then on Amazon I came across this book, and let me tell you I was skeptical. Either the book is so basic it's useless or it's so advanced it'll take me months just to learn a smidgeon of useful lore. But I was wrong! There is something to be learned at a beginning level in a beginner book. Not just the rules. There are guidelines for how to play opening, middle game, and end game that are actually quite useful and that I think I can apply. The book has given me some confidence. Perhaps more important, I have an inkling what to do at the various stages other than move pieces around and wait for something to happen. (Like I said, I'm a beginner.) I'm really quite pleased. I must say, if you're anything beyond the beginner stage, this is not the book for you. But it's definitely the book for me. I'm looking forward to my next chess game.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 concise instruction from a grand-master 22 mars 2006
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
There are several reasons to recommend this primer.

1) - it teaches basic moves in a straightforward fashion

2) - it requires no prior knowledge of chess from the reader

3) - it presents the material very logically, step by step

4) - it covers basic strategy and has helpful general advice

5) - it is published by gambit (specialist chess company)

6) - it is good value with lots of ground covered (192 pages)

The author GM John Nunn is a player with a good reputation for sound advice. He makes sure the reader is never asked to run before they can walk. For a teenager or adult looking for a good value little guide, or refresher course on the rules, I would say this is ideal.
21 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Solid Beginner's Book 19 octobre 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Clear and concise instruction on how to learn the game. The exercises at the end of the chapter's are a must for someone who
is serious to start taking on opponents.
Buy, Read and enjoy it, but most of all learn the basics of this
wonderful game.
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