Discovering the concepts in chess
When the chess player leaves the beginner stage for further progress, it needs a high level of teaching materials that expose teachers play ..
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When the chess player leaves the beginner stage for further progress, it needs a high level of teaching materials that expose the game master and explain the thoughts and considerations that guide them during each phase of the game.
With 200 carefully selected examples, analyzed and explained in detail by a grandmaster, chess Discovering concepts aims to meet this need. The investigation of the concepts is supplemented with 75 exercises that allow readers to practice their new skills.
Johan Hellsten is International Grandmaster of Chess. In his career he has won many tournaments in different countries, including Entel Cup 2005 in Santiago, Chile's most important chess event. He is also a member of the Olympic team in his native Sweden, and permanent collaborator of the century Swedish chess magazine "TfS". Also is "Bachelor of Social Science in Lunds Universitet" (Lund, Sweden)
Since 2003, Hellsten chess teaches at the University of Tarapacá (Arica, Chile). Discovering The content of the concepts in chess comes mainly from their classes.
- Hellsten, Johan
- 16,5 x 24 cm
- 1ª 2007
- Year of publication