By Susan Polgar, Paul Truong
Susan Polgar turned the 1st girl Grandmaster at age 15—and it wasn't success that received her there. Her use of strategies, combos, and approach in the course of her video games gave her the serious virtue she wanted opposed to her rivals. In Chess strategies for Champions, Polgar offers perception into the type of pondering that chess champions depend on whereas taking part in the sport, in particular the facility to acknowledge styles and mixtures. With coauthor Paul Truong, Susan Polgar teaches the strategies she discovered from her father, Laszlo Polgar, one of many world's most sensible chess coaches.
• Teaches avid gamers the right way to calculate the influence of a movement which will achieve an facet over an opponent
• For intermediate to complex chess avid gamers of every age
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