How to Win at Chess: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners and Beyond

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How to Win at Chess: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners and Beyond

How to Win at Chess: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners and Beyond

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If you are new to the game, check out /r/chessbeginners and before posting here please read our rules: https://www. It's written in a way that's easy to follow, and if you're a new, enthusiastic chess player, you'll find this really addictive.

If you know a young chess player who loves watching Twitch and YouTube chess videos, this would be a perfect gift. I've followed his content a bit less in the past year, but Levy's recaps and analyses of the Word Chess Championship between Ding and Nepo were amazing! Whether you want to become a recreational chess player or are training to be a Grandmaster, How to Win at Chess is the perfect interactive introduction to the world of chess! NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Learn chess from International Master and YouTube’s top chess teacher Levy Rozman (aka GothamChess) in this refreshing and fun guide for beginner and intermediate players. The other new thing about this book is that it's integrated with the internet, and has QR codes to let you practice various positions.This unique approach has helped demystify the game for a broader audience, making chess more accessible and enjoyable for newcomers and enthusiasts alike. Some of you might have found me on YouTube a few years back, and my videos became your reprieve during hard times.

At the end of each chapter there is a link to chessly to practice what was covered with some exercises. In part two, the author focuses on some advanced skill like intermediate openings, gambits, intermediate strategies, advanced tactics and standard endgames. Me already being a huge fan of Levy's work over on YouTube was probably the main reason for me to pick up this book.International Master Levy Rozman's "How to Win at Chess" (HTWAC) is an easygoing, concise, and elementary introduction to the sixty-four squares.

What makes him different and widely likeable is the way he blends chess instruction with humor, pop culture references, and relatable anecdotes. IM Levy Rozman, also known as Gothamchess, is on the verge of releasing his inaugural chess book in a matter of months. Those of you who are perceptive might have already detected a subtext that I have some reservations. Even FIDE GM Hikara Nakamura, the world's third highest ranked player behind Fabiano Caruana of the U.Whilst I understood the principles of chess and basic game rules, I have never really played chess properly. Last week, my signed copy of " How to Win At Chess: the ultimate guide for beginners and beyond", written by Levy Rozman, aka GothamChess, arrived in the post! I'm still not quite ready for prime time, but I can pretty much beat the weakest chess computer settings most of the time. Chess has been a really fun hobby to develop these last few months and this book will be a great intro to first time players/players who are coming back into the game after not playing for a very long time (like me! In my experience, beginner and intermediate chess books vary greatly in length and depth, and usually require having a physical chessboard on hand to follow along with the instructions.

During the pandemic, his educational and often snappy – sometimes almost bitchy – but always educational videos on chess really blew up and he has since established himself in the world of the online chess community. After explaining the basics of the game to you, this explains and suggests a couple of beginner-friendly openings for White and Black to you and covers basic strategy ideas and endgames.I was completely new to chess before reading this book — that is, I didn’t even know how the pieces moved on the board. How to Win at Chess is a thought-provoking and information dense chess monograph by Levy Rozman (GothamChess). I think that the self-described rating of up to 1200 ELO is very reasonable, and it's a perfectly good book for recreational players who want some easy-to-follow tips. It would also be a good choice for more formal instruction, for chess clubs' libraries, gaming clubs, and similar.



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