So you know how the pieces move - but what do you do next? The answers are to be found in this book which explains the important knowledge that all good players have at their fingertips. 'Chess For All' is in two parts: The basic skills you need to know in order to become a competent chess player - the Essentials - and then some basic Endgame skills so you don't spoil all your hard work with weak endgame play. (There are already hundreds of books that give tips on mid-games in chess as well as countless monograms about openings etc. but the modest remit of this book is to get you off to a good start).
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I was the first person to swim around the world, with one hand tied behind my back - underwater!!!
I invented the Low Jump in my youth. Competitors had to qualify by leaping across a precipitous gap and then land on a slope (rather like a ski slope). Q