Putting you on the path to improvement
Paperback, 160 pages
How can you get better at chess? It's the eternal question, and is asked by players of all levels. Which part of the game should you focus on: the opening, middlegame, endgame or all three? How often should you play? Should you change your opening repertoire? What's the best way to analyse your games, to learn from your defeats? Should your training change as you get stronger? So many questions, and so many differing opinions - it's no wonder players are left bewildered.
Grandmaster Nigel Davies tackles these issues head on. Drawing upon his vast experience as a chess trainer, he examines the methods of a number of players who were looking to improve their chess, and how they went about achieving their goal. Finding the path towards improvement can prove to be difficult without the right guidance. This book can show you the route to take.
- A major study of improvement programmes
- Written by a renowned chess trainer
- Tackles all areas of the game
Nigel Davies is a Grandmaster, a former British Rapidplay Champion and is the author of many successful books.