Chess Pattern Recognition for Beginners: The Fundamental Guide to Spotting Key Moves in the Middlegame
Überblick:Pressestimmen 'Is primarily a teaching book which aims to increase club players (not beginners) understanding of middle game themes. Any club player between 1600 to 2200 can't help but get something out of this book.'--John Donaldson International master International Master'The author writes with a lightness of touch. His style is simpatico and not without a dash of humour (I liked the nod to Motorhead in chapter 20) and his simple and concise explanations show that he obviously wants his readers to understand and benefit from his work. Another key element in the teaching/learning process lies in anticipating the pupil's questions and Van de Oudeweetering does a good job of this too.'--Ian Marks 'ChessScotland.com ''This is a terrific book. It excellently teaches the strong and weak points of pieces and pawns and will help even chess player. The examples are highly entertaining and I couldn't stop working with the book.'--Dirk Schuh International Master 'Rochade Europa Magazine ''Chess Pattern Recognition for Beginners convinces me just as its predecessors did. This book provides both training and fun and that's why I can warmly recommend it.'--Uwe Bekemann German Correspondence Chess Federation'As I became more engrossed in glancing through the pages I quickly found myself heading downstairs to my basement chess laboratory to sit down at a table with a board and set.'--Chris Wainscott 'On the Road to Chess Master ' Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende Arthur van de Oudeweetering (1966) is an International Master and an experienced chess trainer from the Netherlands. His previous books Improve Your Chess Pattern Recognition (2014) and Train Your Chess Pattern Recognition (2016) were bestsellers.