“The novice who plays through Logical Chess can learn an ocean of basic chess wisdom.”—Leonard Barden, Engilsh chess master and broadcaster
“Entertains . . . as it reinforces strategic lessons gleaned from chess titans. Illustrates effective middle-game plans.”
One of the true classics of chess writing, Logical Chess is perfect for players who want a complete explanation of why strong chess players make the moves they choose. Chernev’s guide to the game explains 33 master games in complete detail, starting with the very first move of the game and showing why each move was made (or why it was a mistake to make it). What other books take for granted, this one explains in detail, which is why Logical Chess will always be a great choice for improving players.