Improve Your Chess: Teach Yourself: William Hartson
Improve Your Chess Tactics:700 Practical Lessons & Exercises Jakov Neishstadt
Improve Your Chess in 7 Days:Batsford Gary Lane
The Shereshevsky Method to Improve in Chess:From Club Player to Master Mikhail Shereshevsky
Improve Your Chess - Become a Chess Champion,with Subliminal Messages. Seven powerful recordings, each 10 minutes long, containing thousands of embedded subliminal messages designed to help you reach your goal. This recording contains the following subliminal affirmations: I am an intuitive chess player I always make the right moves My strategy is always well considered I am a confident chess player I always think ahead and plan my game People admire my chess playing skills I always play to win My chess playing improves every day I rehearse games in my head so I´m always prepared I love the challenge that chess brings I am a fiercely competitive chess player I am a chess expert To use this recording, simply hit ´´play´´ and listen. You can also listen on repeat in the background if you desire. For full listening instructions, visit: www.subliminalguru.com/listen To learn more about this audio, look it up in our catalog at subliminalguru.com/catalog To learn how subliminal messages are embedded into this audio, visit www.subliminalguru.com/subliminalanatomy.pdf 1. Language: English. Narrator: Subliminal Guru. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/ispr/000416/bk_ispr_000416_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
How a cooperative approach can improve children chess learning: Luigi De Bernardis, Marco Corvi
Improve Your Chess Pattern Recognition:Key Moves and Motifs in the Middlegame New in Chess International Master Arthur van de Oudeweetering
When a club player decides he wants to raise his rating, he typically looks to improve his middlegame or endgame understanding. Often, however, the true secret to improvement lies not in studying additional chess material but in learning a more powerful thinking process. The Improving Chess Thinker provides representative thought processes from all classes of chess players, highlights the differences between these levels, and provides insight to help players raise their thinking process to the next level.
Chess for Hawks:Improve your Vision, Sharpen your Talons, Forget your Fear Cyrus Lakdawala
Your Kingdom for My Horse: When to Exchange in Chess:tips to improve your chess strategy Andrew Soltis