In this tenth revised version, D.B. Pritchard draws new inspiration from the latest developments in the game. Yet, because the basics remain invariable, Pritchard's teaching method retains its unique pre-eminence and authority. It is planned to take the complete beginner to the grade expected of a good club player.
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With remarkable ease and clarity, author D. Brine Pritchard explains the modern and internationally approved method of chess to the beginning chess player. In this, the tenth revised edition of the standard work on the subject, Pritchard draws new inspiration from the latest developments in chess, taking the reader through detailed and illustrated explanations of the basic rules and general theories of chess, openings, middle games, and end games, and much more.Retaining its unique distinction and indispensable expertise, this fully updated edition takes the complete beginner on an effortless and inspirational journey toward the skill level expected of an intermediate player. (51/2 X 81/4, 224 pages, diagrams)
D. Brine Pritchard is an indoor-games consultant. He was editor of Games and Puzzles magazine for ten years and is the former games director of the Mind Sports Olympiad and the current president of the British Chess Variants Society.
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Book Description Elliot Right Way Books 1997, 1997. Book Condition: New. New paperback. Some slight shelf wear and small tear to bottom edge but content fine and unread. Bookseller Inventory # A105446