How not to play chess Author:Eugene A. Znosko-Borovsky Beginners and even fairly advanced players agree on one thing: analyzing the strenth or weakness of a posion (materal being equal) is the hardest part of chess to learn. It is also one of the hardest element to teach, there are some who claim it is unteachable. But this wonderfully lucid book, written by one of the outstanding chess expositors o... more »f this century, presents the basis of analysis in such a disrmingly simple way that even the most casual player will be able to improve his game immensely.
This book's notation is descriptive as opposed the newer algebraic notation. Advanced chess players should know both.« less