Chess Opening Trap of the Day

Chess Opening Trap of the Day
  • Author: Bruce Albertson
    Publisher: Cardoza
    Genres: Education
    Publish Date: October 9, 2007
    ISBN-10: 1580422179
    Pages: 224
    File Type: PDF
    Language: English

Book Preface

The everyday opening mistakes made by amateurs often go both unnoticed and unpunished. In this book, I’ll teach you how to notice and take advantage of these mistakes by setting opening traps. With these tactics, you’ll be able to capture pieces and gain a decided advantage over your opponents-one you can take all the way to the final checkmate.

I’ll show you how to use these traps in more than forty different openings. The tactical themes and basic guts of the trap tend to repeat over and over again, regardless of the opening selected. So when you learn to identify these patterns, you’ll be able to easily spot the trap, the mistake which springs the trap, and the execution of moves you’ll need to gain the advantage. You’ll see where the loser went wrong, so you can improve your play from both sides of the opening.

This great collection of traps runs across a gamut of openings to give you an arsenal of weapons to win pieces and games. Armed with this powerful knowledge, you’ll see an immediate improvement in your play. You’ll also find yourself more often on the winning side of the game!

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