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Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking: From the First Move to the Last (edition 2004)

by Neil McDonald (Author)

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Grandmaster Neil McDonald explains every single move made by White and Black in 30 striking tactical or strategical games played over the last quarter century. These games have been carefully chosen for their consistent logical thread, thereby providing the reader with prime instruction in the art of conceiving appropriate plans and attacks and carrying them out to their natural conclusion. Watching games unfold in this way will be both an education and inspiration to readers who can then try to play in the same purposeful way in their own games - with a corresponding increase in their playing strength.… (more)
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Title:Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking: From the First Move to the Last
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Kinda like Chernev's Logical Chess, but with contemporary games and thinking. And it's Britisher. A beaut. ( )
  reverend.baron | Mar 16, 2008 |
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Grandmaster Neil McDonald explains every single move made by White and Black in 30 striking tactical or strategical games played over the last quarter century. These games have been carefully chosen for their consistent logical thread, thereby providing the reader with prime instruction in the art of conceiving appropriate plans and attacks and carrying them out to their natural conclusion. Watching games unfold in this way will be both an education and inspiration to readers who can then try to play in the same purposeful way in their own games - with a corresponding increase in their playing strength.

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