Chess: The Complete Self-tutor

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B.T. Batsford, 1997 - Games & Activities - 365 pages
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The basics of mastering chess are laid out in this book by well-known player, Edward Lasker. This edition has been typeset in algebraic notation and takes the reader though an interactive chess adventure; the reward for the correct answer is to proceed to the next concept.

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User Review  - joshrskinner - LibraryThing

This is a great introduction to the game of chess. It includes a bit of history, which I enjoyed, and some basic tournament rules that everyone should make a habit of using. I enjoyed the lessons and ... Read full review

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