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Having learnt the basic moves, how exactly should a player improve? In this much loved classic, Irving Chernev explains 33 complete games in detail, telling the reader the reason for every single move. Playing through these games and explanations gives a real insight into the power of the pieces and how to post them most effectively.

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Si l'on connaît à peu près l'anglais basique, ce livre est une source inégalable d'instruction et surtout de paisir pour les échéphiles soucieux aussi de l'esthétique du roi des jeux et des beautés anciennes que contiennent ses archives, car l'ouvrage puise ses exemples aussi bien dans un passé glorieux que dans des époques plus récentes!! Clarté et précision sont au rendez-vous aussi!
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It provides a step by step commentary for every move made by White and Black. It covers every aspect of the game - opening, middle and endgames, and shows that the three are inter-related and cannot be segregated apart.
It is an excellent first step for post beginners - who want to learn more about the ideas behind master games and how to analyse them. However, you will need a chess board in front of you to work through the games. This book will help to improve your game - enjoy it.
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The prize sticker on the 1st page tells us that the book is 28 years old. It also has a coffee stain (which I tried to clean to no avail) on the front cover. Second hand copies are fine but there are limits.
Had this been my book, I would have said "It's not a saleable product"
I'll keep it because it's too much trouble to send it back.
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Good book, BUT the descriptive notation is a pain in the neck
Why not use E4 instead of PK4? Reeks of chessnobery
Apart from this, once you get used to that, great book
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HASH(0x95af98a0) étoiles sur 5 Learn Chess By Osmosis! 14 septembre 2006
Par Christopher Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've been buying and reading chess books for a year now, and I have to say that this is the book I read more than any other and feel I have learned the most from. It's relaxing to sit down with a board, pieces and a book and go through a game played between two great players, with move by move commentary included. You might think you're learning very little, but you'll be amazed at what sticks with you, and how you will start thinking more about what your opponents are planning when they make their moves, and how you will start calculating more deeply when it comes to your own.

I think that this kind of method of study is not only entertaining (Chernev is wonderful at drawing you into the game's "story," and by that I mean how the game develops and moves inexorably toward its decisive moment), but it teaches a beginner/low intermediate player a lot about openings (without going into all that dull and intimidating depth regarding variations etc. that you see in books on openings) and strategy (Chernev really stresses the importance in the games he chooses of players' efforts to either control or free up space, and squeeze out small advantages so that a decisive attack can be mounted). Chernev's commentaries are also very helpful when it comes to learning how to maximize the each piece's unique offensive and defensive capabilities. You'll begin to really understand where each piece belongs on the board and the difficulties you'll encounter if they're not in the right place.

The games that look at the Giuoco Piano and Ruy Lopez openings are very instructive, but I have enjoyed and learned a great deal from the excellent queen pawn openings games, since these games have offered a kind of template for me to experiment with the queen's gambit in my own games, and I've had some pleasing results. Two drawbacks for me are the fact that Chernev really seems to like the Colle system opening and it's over-represented (4 games), and that every game in which black responds with the French defense (e4 e6) has black being thoroughly trounced. You're left with the impression that the French defense has nothing to recommend it, but if that is indeed the case, why have so many top-flight players used it? I also would have liked some games in which black successfully plays the Sicilian (e4 c5), since it's such a popular, effective and interesting black response to e4. Still, these are minor reservations when I take the entire book into account.

Some reviewers have criticized the book for being so old and out of date, especially when it comes to the openings and black's defenses. These critics, though, are obviously more advanced players, so their criticism has no merit. If you're a beginner or even an intermediate player, you need to master the traditional openings that Chernev concentrates on in this book before you can start properly playing the modern openings and modern defenses. In my experience playing, it's so easy to knock over an opponent who tries a modern opening or modern defense, because it soon becomes clear they don't know what they're doing and it's not long before they make a blunder. I would however say that I have recently purchased Neil McDonald's "Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking," which follows the dame kind of format as Chervnev, but is different in that it draws exclusively on post-1975 games and therefore examines all the modern openings and modern defenses that have come into currency in the last thirty or so years. Taken together, these books will give you over sixty absorbing, instructive and beautifully annontated games that will teach you so much, and in such an enjoyable way.
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HASH(0x95af0bf4) étoiles sur 5 EVERY MOVE ANALYZED ===== Complete Games Made into chess lessons for the advanced Novice 30 septembre 2006
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
"LOGICAL CHESS, MOVE BY MOVE" by Erving Chernev is was the first book (to my knowledge) that uses complete games with every move analyzed. It has remained a well read and one of the top selling chess books for good reasons:

#1. The explainations are undersandable for the advanced novice.
#2. This way of teaching covers all important parts of the game, with the opening always being covered (of coarse!), almost always the middlegame and on occassion an endgame.

Other than the openings needing of updating, perhaps some more modern games being included and the book can get tedious when repeating itself to excess, these minor complaints are not too significant. In most cases the advanced novice is not going to be overly concerned about the openings being out of date, though a little more coverage and updating would improve the book a little. [...]
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HASH(0x956c2b40) étoiles sur 5 Move by Move Analysis - Great way to learn chess!! 11 septembre 2006
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
"Logical Chess" is a logical way to teach chess. Games taken from play by strong players are used to provide neat lessons. To make sure everything that is important is covered one or more comments (and sometimes other move suggestions and comments) is made on all of the moves. [...] But that doesn't change the fact that "Logical Chess" is a classic and very good book to consider once beyond the beginner stage.
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HASH(0x95a59528) étoiles sur 5 changed the way I see the game 27 juillet 2001
Par Tim B - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I am currently on game 30 out of 33 in this book, and am rated around 1300 USCF. This is the now my favorite chess book of all time. The book has really taught me that every move in a game is important. Now when I make a move I am thinking to myself "what is the purpose of this move" and asking what my opponents moves accomplish.
Previously I was not a big fan of chess books, and preferred using software or videos. But this book presents the material in a really exciting way. The author shows no arrogance and does not use examples from his own games (even Yasser Seriwan can't resist a "watch how I saw this 30 move combination and used it to defeat silly Karpov!") that are more about ego gratification than teaching. Additionally the book is well edited, and I only found one small mistake.
Some people might not like the style of how ideas are repeated over and over, like explaining the first moves the Queens Gambit again and again. At first I did not either, but now I realize after reading 90% of the book that it really helped the ideas to sink in, and now I can use these ideas in my play.
... Some people might be able to read the book without setting up pieces, but I was not able to do this and fully understand all of the variations and ideas. There are quite a lot of diagrams though.
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HASH(0x956adb10) étoiles sur 5 The Classic Comment on Every Move that started it all 16 mai 2005
Par Sara Singer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
What a wonderful concept! Every move is commented on. And, Chernev started it all with Dr. Nunn writing, "Understanding Chess" for the advance player and the Chess for Jrs. Series writing "Unbeatable and More Unbeatable Chess For Jrs." for the Advanced Beginner and Intermediate Player.

My only two complaints are that this book is outdated and it gets rather boring when in each game there must be a comment for the same previously played opening move - both which the other books have taken care of.

Over all a very good book with a couple small flaws.
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