The Beginner to Winner Chess Opening Formula

    • 3.4 • 7 Ratings

Publisher Description

Struggling to improve your chess? Want to learn chess the fast, fun and easy way?

This book covers everything you need to know to start improving your game right away.

You will learn how to start the game like a pro, create a killer strategy and use tactics to control the board and crush your opponents.

Whether you have never played chess, or you are a seasoned player, this book will give you enough information, tips and tricks so you can start playing and winning right away!

This book will give you an understanding of the essential opening mindset, strategy, tactics and all the other important things to win your next game.

In this book you will quickly learn how to:
Start the game with confidence and strategyDevelop all your pieces rapidlyGain control of the board instantlyCastle at the perfect timeDiscover all the tactics you need to crush your opponent's piecesNever fall for amateur mistakesPut pressure on your opponent and watch them make those mistakesand much more!
With over 30 pictures, links to puzzles, links to videos and countless tips and proven strategies and tactics, this book will help you understand all the most important concepts of chess in no time!

Do not get caught up with too much information and openings and things that don't get you anywhere.

Get your copy of The Beginner to Winner Chess Opening Formula, and skyrocket your chess game and leave your next opponent speechless, today!

Arts & Entertainment
September 18
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Dwide Shrude ,

Book review

Although there were a few editing errors, the book was good overall. It was short and to the point.

Ice wizard and witch ,

I thought it was a book on openers.

Start at the end. Once you get to the openers (what I thought the book was about), he basically says go watch YouTube and play a lot. This is truly for an absolute beginner book. Not beginner openings.

Busch Johnson ,

A lot of grammatical errors

Good read for someone just starting chess, but the grammatical errors make some parts confusing and the constant plugging of their newsletter and website distracts from the teaching.