Synopses & Reviews
Don't make a move without it.
Written by a U.S. Chess Champion, International Chess Grandmaster, and longtime instructor, this book includes information for both novice and expert, including over 400 illustrated chessboards and photos; over 20 pages of detailed answer key notes; a completely new chapter on new evidence about chess and its impact on brain power; a guide to the art of chess collectibles; and more.
• Foreword by Larry Evans, former International Grandmaster and author of 20 highly acclaimed chess books and a popular monthly advice column in Chess Life
• Strong sales for previous editions
• For the beginner or the champ, and for young and old
• Author has a high profile in the chess community
Written by an international chess master, this book includes information for both novice and expert, including more than 400 illustrated chessboards and detailed answer key notes.
About the Author
Patrick Wolff played in his first chess tournament at the age of nine. A two-time Junior Championship winner, he eventually became an international grandmaster in 1990. Winner of many grandmaster tournaments, including the U.S. Championship in 1992 and 1995, Patrick has written articles that have appeared in chess magazines throughout the world, and is the author of Kasparov versus Anand: The Inside Story of the 1995 World Chess Championship.