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  The best chess books for beginners are those written by Walker-chess for tomorrows champions / attacking the king / chess openings for juniors etc... agree or disagree

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I have Walker's 'Attacking The King'. Besides the outline of a dead king (complete with blood) on the cover, I like it because it's light on variations; heavy on explanations; straight to the point; easy to navigate; and a very fun read because of it. Highly recommend.



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I'm personally partial to the classic beginners books by Reinfeld and Chervev, but that's admittedly sentimental, as it is from them that I learned chess. Almost all of these books are also out of print now, as they are in descriptive notation and have never been "converted" to algebraic. Still, these two authors really had a flair for teaching chess, and their enthusiasm for the game is apparent when one reads their books. Votes go to "Chess in a Nutshell" by Reinfeld and "An Invitation to Chess" by Chernev & Harkness.



Nigel Shortoftime

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Mon Jan 23 2006 10:53AM | MsgID: 3434882


The best chess books for beginners are those written by Walker-chess for tomorrows champions / attacking the king / chess openings for juniors etc... agree or disagree.

p.s can't remember his first name but i remember the books were really good for learning even if they could only take you so far