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From an International Master of chess, a lucid set of guidelines to take players beyond the basic game Helping players to improve their techniques and master the game, this guide is structured in 75 easy-to-follow lessons, clearly demarcated by level, so that readers are challenged throughout. Players will get to grips with the meta-principles which rule the relationship between pieces and their cooperation throughout play. All new concepts are demonstrated by illustrated worked examples and helpful hints, providing a chance to see these principles borne out in grandmaster play.
William Hartston is an International Master who played chess competitively for 25 years and the author of The Book of Numbers and The Encyclopedia of Useless Information.