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Imagination in Chess

112 pages, paperback, CarstenChess, 1. edition 2024, original edition 1939

From the series »Alexander Game Books Classics«

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Once a chess player has learned not to drop pieces, that innate feeling of not wanting to sacrifice them willingly takes place in our consciousness. Why should give up our pieces unless we must?
This book tries to remedy that thinking pattern by introducing the student and reader to the concept of imagination. For the purpose of expanding the imagination, the author has created sixty examples of varying degrees of difficulty to illustrate tactical and mating patterns of many kinds.
Lastly, the author has put together a long list of do's and do not's under the umbrella of "Chess Maxims" for beginners and inexperienced players.
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EAN 9798874189808
Weight 190 g
Manufacturer CarstenChess
Width 15.2 cm
Height 22.8 cm
Medium Book
Year of Publication 2024
Author Charles Dealtry Locock
Series Alexander Game Books Classics
Language English
Edition 1
ISBN-13 979-8874189808
Year of Original Version 1939
Pages 112
Binding paperback
002 Contents
003 Editor's Notes
003 About the Author
004 Introduction
008 Chapter 1: Short Mating Puzzles
039 Solutions to Chapter 1
050 Chapter 2: Other puzzles
079 Solutions to Chapter 2
092 Chapter 3: Three Test Positions
095 Appendix: One Hundres Chess Maxims
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