Jon Speelman's Chess Puzzle Book by Jon Speelman

By Jon Speelman

Jon Speelman is among the such a lot winning British chess-players of all time, and is popular for the creativity of his play and his awesome calculating skill. he's additionally a very skilled author and chess trainer. His own number of chess puzzles will infuriate, entertain, try and coach chess-players of all levels.

Themed sections include:
* Finger Exercises
* Stalemate
* The Skewer
* The Pin
* Pawn Promotion
* Line establishing and Closing
* free Pieces
* Mating Attacks
* The again Rank
* Knight Forks

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