It's the very first move of a chess game that can determine who wins and who loses.
If you don't know the essential chess openings like the Queen's Gambit, Sicilian, or Ruy Lopez, then your chances of winning a game of chess are much lower.
Become a better chess player after reading Chess Openings and learning the proven strategies and techniques used by some of the most successful chess players in the world.
Perfect for beginners and chess enthusiasts, this book contains everything you need to know about making a strategic first move when playing chess.
As you win game after game, your friends and opponents will become intimidated by your intelligence - therefore putting you into an exclusive and elite group of people.
With this guide in your hands, you will:
Discover the importance of a good chess opening and how it affects the rest of the game Understand the symbols and notations of the chessboard and the pieces you're playing withLearn the importance of when black plays and when white plays first and how to combat your opponent's movesBecome a better chess player after learning the different openings and how to think strategically about the gameImpress your friends and family as you win game after game and be considered intelligent and smartUnderstand the theory and practice that goes into winning a game of chess and how great players in the past used itWin more chess games as you learn how to think more strategically right from the very beginning of the gameImprove your intelligence and practice brain exercises as you play chess with opponents in person and onlineAnd Much More
Chess is an elite game that not many people know how to play - but it is becoming more popular.
If you want to be part of an elite group of people who know how to play this ancient and sophisticated game, then you must read Chess Openings.
Are you ready to start winning more chess games and understand the game even better?
...Then Order Your Copy of the Guide and Start Playing Today
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