Chess Camp: Simple Checkmates: Igor Sukhin
Wanna teach your kids logical and mindful thinking AND having lots of fun along the way? Convincing your kids to do the ´´right´´ things can be tedious every so often. But all kids wanna have fun while discovering the world - and we can´t hold it against them! After all they learn the fastest when learning meets fun and joy! So while not combining those and teach your kids the most essential skill of all: Thinking! - Believe me, they will be so thankful in a just a few years - for the rest of their lives. But you don´t know how to play chess? Even better! Nothing is more fun than learning it together with your kids - but be prepared to be overtaken very soon! Give yourself a little headstart and learn the following in part I of this audiobook: The origins of chess in ancient India and how it evolved in Persia and Europe The deeper meaning behind each figure and how they move Basic chess rules Proven strategies and tactics to quickly dominate each chess game The importance and tactics of chess openings Some of the strongest strategies and tactics of the wold´s greatest chess masters If you apply the tricks and traps of this book you will win every play and beat all your unsuspecting foes! Prepared with the packed but easy to grasp knowledge of part I, nothing stops you can go through part II together with your kids. Part II is perfectly customized to be fun to listen together with your kids. It gives your kids a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to quickly understand the basics of chess - in simple and plain English. Within no time you and your kids will spend hours and hours having lots of fun and becoming better and better at the game of chess! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Zachary Sielaff. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/121581/bk_acx0_121581_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
There is no denying that the opening is one of the most daunting phases of the game for newcomers to chess. There are literally hundreds of different opening lines, many with unusual sounding names, and some of these go up to twenty or so moves of theory. What is a chess player supposed to do: memorise countless variations?Don´t panic! In Discovering Chess Openings John Emms argues that studying openings doesn´t have to be hard work at all -- indeed, it can be both enjoyable and enlightening. The key to successful opening play is not simply learning lines by heart; instead, it´s the understanding of the basic principles, and here the reader is guided through the vital themes: swift development, central control, and king safety. An appreciation of these principles and their many offshoots will actually allow readers to recreate and discover opening theory, giving them the opportunity to choose the most suitable lines to play in their games.Features include:> A complete introduction to opening play> Written by an opening expert> Ideal for beginners and improving playersJohn Emms is one of Britain´s strongest Grandmasters and has represented England in numerous team tournaments, including Chess Olympiads. He is also a renowned coach who has worked with many top junior and senior players. Previous works for Everyman Chess include Simple Chess and Concise Chess, while he is also a co-author of the very popular openings encyclopaedia Nunn´s Chess Openings.
Can I Play Chess on Shabbas:The Do´s and Don´ts of Shabbas, Made Simple! Joe Bobker
Invisible Chess Moves:Discover Your Blind Spots and Stop Overlooking Simple Wins New in Chess Emmanuel Neiman, Yochanan Afek
Learn the ins and outs of chess from the expert - Craig Santoro. The ultimate guide to betting your friends, with tips, strategies, and much more! The essential rules of chess are simple enough that they can be explained in a few sentences. The actual game, however, is a very deep strategy board game that has bestowed fame and fortune to great players that understand its roots and master the strategy. Are you already proficient in playing the game of chess? This book also touches on some of the habits that lead to losing and explains some important information that will benefit not just beginners, but experts as well. The easier road is ahead for newbies to the game as they can avoid bad habits and low self-confidence. By leaving what you already think of the game at the door, by the end of this book you will have a better understanding than most of your peers at the same chess table. The truth is that for the beginning player there will be more defeat than victory, and breaking even means swallowing a bit of pride and walking away to fight for another day. In this book beginners and proficient players alike will learn some key strategies to a winning attack in chess, turning all of those losing positions into victory. By the end of this book you will not only be a good chess player, but a great one. I have written this book because I have tremendous passion for the game. I believe this book you are about to hear is important because like you, I was once a beginner myself, learning how to play chess on the fly and picking up hints and tips as I moved along in my career. Even the best chess players in the world had to start from scratch before they could master the various movements on the chessboard. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Hatak. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/089189/bk_acx0_089189_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This story is a gem representing the delightful stories from the Indian subcontinent which capture the simple essence of everyday life in rural/urban India. The simple pleasures of life indicate a time gone by, before the advent of cellphones and Facebook, a time which almost stood still, a time where children could revel in the rain, make paper boats and race them down a drain, play marbles, and generally pass time. The once idyllic life almost seems too slow and bear, and hence is fascinating to watch unfurl as we hear the story. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Hawkes. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/077947/bk_acx0_077947_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.