To become a Chess master takes years. But to beat your friends? All you need is 8 easy principles. Join the Chess book revolution! No notation. No complex terminology.
Your dad taught you how to play Chess, but he didn't teach you much. You already know how to checkmate and move the pieces, but let's face it, your friends and family still beat you more than you'd like. You DON'T just want to play. You want to win and possibly CONQUER ALL YOUR FRIENDS!
You sly dog! I know the feeling and I'm here to help.
My name is Maxen R. Tarafa and I'm a Skill Artist. In a few short months, I went from a struggling post-beginner to an adept intermediate player and doubled my Chess ability by teaching myself. In this book, I show you how you can double, even triple, your Chess ability like I did, but faster.
But I'm going to tell you right now. My method is rather controversial.
You see, most chess "experts" bombard you with complex Chess notation (QxB6?) and expect you to read complex Chess terminology. I don't do that. I'll give you a cheat sheet of what you NEED to remember, and you'll be off to the Chess boards and killing Queens like it's nobody's business.
In this book, you learn:
-How to play your first 10 moves so YOU control the game (Chess Openings)
-How to use 3 techniques (or Chess tactics) like bringing light sabers to a knife fight
-How to identify one weakness, if you simply recognize it, you can win in one move
-How to cut your training time in Â½. Know what to study and apply brainhacking techniques.
-How to avoid common beginner mistakes with time-tested Chess strategy
-Where to find FREE Chess websites, apps, videos, and technology to double your skills
-How to use the one principle I taught to Eduardo that took him from losing miserably to unbeatable
-How to "bend" the Chess rules with little-known special moves (it's not cheating!)
I taught a 9-year-old these principles and a week later he was beating 17-year-olds. Anyone, even you, can learn how to double your Chess ability by learning a few easy principles. You'll even learn how to speed your decision-making and play speed chess.
If you're looking for quick and easy Chess instruction to double your skills, but don't want to learn complex terminology and notation, this book is for you!
Don't let your friend, brother, dad, or roommate beat you again!
Join the Casual Chess revolution! Plain-English Chess Instruction for Casual Players, Post-Beginners, and People who Want to Learn Fast!
The cultural milieu in the 'Age of Goethe' of eighteenth-century Germany is given fresh context in this art historical study of the noted writer's patroness: Anna Amalia, Duchess of Weimar-Sachsen-Eisenach. An important noblewoman and patron of the arts, Anna Amalia transformed her court into one of the most intellectually and culturally brilliant in Europe; this book reveals the full scope of her impact on the history of art of this time and place. More than just biography or a patronage study, this book closely examines the art produced by German-speaking artists and the figure of Anna Amalia herself. Her portraits demonstrate the importance of social networks that enabled her to construct scholarly, intellectual identities not only for herself, but for the region she represented. By investigating ways in which the duchess navigated within male dominated institutions as a means of advancing her own self-cultivation - or Bildung - this book demonstrates the role accorded to women in the public sphere, cultural politics, and historical memory. Cumulatively, Christina Lindeman traces how Anna Amalia, a woman from a small German principality, was represented as an active participant in enlightened discourses. The author presents a novel and original argument concerned with how a powerful woman used art to shape her identity, how that identity changed over time, and how people around her shaped it - an approach that elucidates the power of portraiture in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Europe.
The purpose of this books is to teach beginners how to play the wonderful game of Chess. It also provides information about Chess tournaments and a glossary of Chess terms.
Colton Tremblay won a Stanley Cup with his hometown Montreal Canadiens, but his bad-boy reputation earned him a ticket out of town, traded to the expansion San Antonio Generals. This French-Canadian has no idea what to expect from the land of tacos and Mariachi bands, but he quickly learns that Texas is full of beautiful women, and the one who catches his eye first is no puck bunny. The daughter of Mexican immigrants, Maya Dominguez has worked hard for everything. Now she's landed her dream job as a beat reporter for San Antonio's new NHL franchise. As a female reporter in a male-dominated business, Maya knows she has to be at the top of her game. She can't afford any distractions, especially not from the players she's assigned to report on. When Colton asks Maya to help him get to know his new city, she's determined to keep things strictly business, but Colton is used to getting what he wants. Can he persuade Maya that this time, he is playing for keeps, and if he does, what does it mean for her job?
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