Chess is the most enduring and universal game in history.
The book offers everything a complete beginner would need to know to play the game, from topics as basic as the board and pieces, to the structure and rules of chess tournaments.
It also includes sections on how to study chess and tips for winning your first games. The course is based, obviously, on a step-by-step program to build one level of chess learning on previously mastered material
The top-rated Netflix show The Queen’s Gambit took the world by storm. Not only are chess aficionados beyond grateful that it brought the spotlight back to the game, but it sparked new interest among younger generations to get away from video games and start playing chess.
But, where do you start as a beginner?
Not everyone has Beth Harmon’s ability to visualize the future of the game on the ceiling. Don’t be discouraged by this; even Beth relied on books to master her game. However, some of the books you might’ve read so far are too complicated and confusing.
Among the most commonly discussed topics in chess books for beginners are chess openings. While there are hundreds of ways to start a chess game, not every opening promises the same odds of winning. And, although you might want to start right away with the Queen’s Gambit traditional opening, this book explains why it isn’t for beginners.