How to Play Chess by Daniel King
  

Synopsis

How to Play Chess by Daniel King

This new edition of a classic title will seduce a huge range of readers, from novice to intermediate players. It features computer-generated artwork that recreates the chessboard, pieces and moves in a wholly original way. Readers will improve their game with graded puzzles, and can brush up on the fascinating history of chess, with features on great players and legendary matches.

About the Author

Daniel King is a professional chess player who has achieved the highest chess title -- Grandmaster. He has written many books on chess as well as contributing articles to Britain's Independent on Sunday, Sunday Times, Guardian and Daily Telegraph. He has wide broadcasting experience including live television commentary of the World Chess Championship, and has presented programme links on Nickelodeon children's channel.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Daniel King
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

2nd October 2009

ISBN

9780753419182


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