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Learn to play chess interactively and win the fun way for absolute beginners. Written by a World FIDE Chess Master, it combines the best of multi-touch technology with expert chess knowledge to create a unique chess learning experience.
Don’t struggle reading lengthy explanations. Learn fundamental concepts in chess by engaging with hands-on interactives. These interactives aptly named, “Show Me”, “You Try”, and “Let’s Play” allow you to learn, practice, and play against the computer.
After using this system, you’ll have a strong understanding of essential chess concepts. How to use these interactives are shown in the next three sections.
This book is suitable for ages over 9 years old. Kids younger than nine should have some supervision in order to get the most out of this interactive book.
Playing chess allows kids to develop creative thinking. The rules of chess are pretty easy to learn. Kids as young as four can learn to play chess.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then an interactive is worth a thousand pictures. Don’t waste time trying to visualize chess concepts in your head. Simply engage with this system and master chess.
At the end of part, test your knowledge with review questions.
There are twelve parts to this series and should be followed in sequence.
Part 1 - Pawn
The Chessboard and Starting Position
How to Write Chess Moves
The En Passant Rule
Pawn Capturing Strategies
Part 2 - Rook
a. Rook Movement and Capture
Part 3 - Bishop
a. Bishop Movement and Capture
Part 4 - Queen
a. Queen Movement and Capture
Part 5 - Knight
a. Knight Movement and Capture
Part 6 - King
King Movement and Capture
Part 7 - Pieces
1. Value of Pieces
Pieces - Attacking
Pieces - Defending
Pieces - Exchanging
Let’s Play with Different Pieces
Part 8 - Castling
Kingside, Queenside, Rules
Part 9 - Draw
1. How to Draw
Repetition of Position by Perpetual Checks
Other Ways to Draw
Part 10 - Tactics
a. Basic Tactics
Part 11 - Strategy
Part 12 - Play
Let’s Play against Computer
Good luck on learning chess. Who knows you or your kid could be the next grandmaster!