101 Questions on How to Play Chess

101 Questions on How to Play Chess Author Fred Wilson
ISBN-10 0486282732
Release 1994
Pages 77
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A chess expert has distilled an enormous amount of information into an easy-to-follow, question-and-answer format that not only explains the most basic rules and essentials of play, but also offers advice on opening, combinations, middle- and end-game strategies, notation, castling, and other topics. Over 100 carefully chosen diagrams and illustrations.



Amusements in Chess

Amusements in Chess Author Charles Tomlinson
ISBN-10 PRNC:32101075894269
Release 1845
Pages 352
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Chess Player s Chronicle

Chess Player s Chronicle Author
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HXGSJV
Release 1852
Pages
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Thought and Choice in Chess

Thought and Choice in Chess Author Adriaan D. de Groot
ISBN-10 9789053569986
Release 2008
Pages 484
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Annotation. What does a chessmaster think when he prepartes his next move? How are his thoughts organized? Which methods and strategies does he use by solving his problem of choice? To answer these questions, the author did an experimental study in 1938, to which famous chessmasters participated (Alekhine, Max Euwe and Flohr). This book is still usefull for everybody who studies cognition and artificial intelligence. This title can be previewed in Google Books - http://books.google.com/books?vid=ISBN9789053569986.



A History of Chess

A History of Chess Author H.J.R. Murray
ISBN-10 9781632207708
Release 2015-05-19
Pages 912
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An epic work that took more than a decade to complete, A History of Chess, originally published in 1913, is a historic undertaking that shattered preconceptions about the game upon publication. Over a century later, Murray’s research and conclusions, in which he argues that chess originated in India, are still widely accepted by most chess historians. Undertaking such a pioneering task, the scope of which has never been attempted before or since, Murray taught himself to read Arabic in order to decipher historical manuscripts on the game and its beginnings. His study unravels the history of the game as it evolved from its Asiatic beginnings, through the role chess played in Europe during the Middle Ages, and up until the nineteenth century with the arrival of modern chess as we know it. A History of Chess includes transcribed diagrams of important games, as well as some of the more famous historical chess figurines, such as the Lewis chessmen. No single work on the game of chess has become close to touching Murray’s in breadth or significance.



Chess

Chess Author
ISBN-10 BSB:BSB10431973
Release 1787
Pages 194
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Chess For Dummies

Chess For Dummies Author James Eade
ISBN-10 9781119280033
Release 2016-08-10
Pages 408
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Your quick and easy guide to chess Kings, queens, knights—does chess seem like a royal pain to grasp? Taking the intimidation out of this age-old pastime, Chess For Dummies, 4th Edition is here to help beginners wrap their minds around the rules of the game, make sense of those puzzling pieces, and start playing chess like a champ. From using the correct chess terminology to engaging in the art of the attack, you'll get easy-to-follow, step-by-step explanations that demystify the game—and give you an extra edge. Chess isn't a game you can master—it's an activity that requires patience, strategy, and constant learning. But that's all part of the fun and challenge! Whether you're playing chess online, in a tournament, or with a family member or friend, this hands-on guide gets you familiar with the game and its components, giving you the know-how to put the principles of play into action from the opening to the endgame. Grasp the principles of play and the nuances of each phase of the game Familiarize yourself with the pieces and the board Pick the perfect chess board and set Know each of the pieces and their powers If you find yourself in a stalemate before you even begin a game, this friendly book helps you put your chess foot forward!



Complete Chess Player

Complete Chess Player Author Fred Reinfeld
ISBN-10 9780671768959
Release 1992-04-09
Pages 292
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In The Complete Chessplayer you will find everything you need to play-and enjoy-a good game of chess.



All about chess

All about chess Author Israel Albert Horowitz
ISBN-10 UOM:39076005643726
Release 1971
Pages 197
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The History of Chess

The History of Chess Author Duncan Forbes
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HN4Z57
Release 1860
Pages 312
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The Chess Journal

The Chess Journal Author
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HN43R2
Release 1875
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The Chess player s chronicle

The Chess player s chronicle Author
ISBN-10 OXFORD:555014241
Release 1847
Pages
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Technique in Chess

Technique in Chess Author Gerald Abrahams
ISBN-10 048622953X
Release 1973
Pages 215
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"Not what to do, but how to do it": 200 examples of end-game play, values of pieces, relative merits of different pawns, gaining the advantage, control of the center, more.



Mathematics and Chess

Mathematics and Chess Author Miodrag Petkovi?
ISBN-10 0486294323
Release 1997
Pages 132
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99 puzzles built around the chessboard. Arithmetical and probability problems, chessboard recreations, geometrical puzzles, mathematical amusements and games, more. Solutions.



The Game of Chess

The Game of Chess Author Siegbert Tarrasch
ISBN-10 9780486144559
Release 2012-04-26
Pages 448
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Classic introduction offers superb coverage of all aspects, especially Middle Game, combination play. Hundreds of games analyzed. Over 340 diagrams.



A Game at Chess

A Game at Chess Author Thomas Middleton
ISBN-10 0719016347
Release 1997-03-15
Pages 223
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For many years Middleton's "A Game at Chess" was more notorious than read, considered rather a phenomenon of theatrical history than a pre-eminent piece of dramatic writing. "A Game at Chess" was a nine days' wonder, an exceptional play of King James' reign on account of its unprecedented representation of matters of state usually forbidden on the stage. The King's Men performed the play uninterruptedly between 5th and 14th August, 1624 at their Globe Theatre, attracting large audiences, before the Privy Council closed the theatre by the King's command. More recently, growing interest in the connections of economics and politics with authorship have promoted readings that locate the play so firmly within its historical context as propaganda that, again, its worthwhile literary and theatrical qualities are neglected. In writing "A Game at Chess", Middleton employed the devices of the neoclassical comedy of intrigue within the matrix of the traditional oral play. What might have seemed old-fashioned allegory was rejuvenated by his adoption of the fashionable game of chess as the fiction within which the play was set. The product of Middleton's experienced craftsmanship is at once deceptively simple and surprisingly complex.



A Short History of Chess

A Short History of Chess Author Henry A. Davidson
ISBN-10 9780307828293
Release 2012-10-10
Pages 176
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This compact story chronicles how chess diffused throughout the world, of when and why the changes in structure were made, and of what is known about its origins; and an account, of necessity largely guesswork, of how chess was born. The book also includes a polyglot—a lexicon of chess terms in the forty major languages of this one world. And for the skeptical reader or interested scholar, a working bibliography of English language references.