Written by Fide Master and former Australian Postal champion Bill Jordan.
There are a lot of ideas here, so you might learn something,
whatever your chess experience.
Tips have been divided into the 3 potential phases of the game,
plus sections on tactics and strategy.
Each section contains a lot of text, so a suggestion is to save the
page to your hard drive and read it offline, at your leisure.
Another suggestion is to have a chess board and set handy as you
read it, as you may wish to create your own example positions to
help you remember key concepts.
It is fairly concise, so take it slowly.
Chess Concepts is an electronic chess book.
There are many more ideas in ChessConcepts which contains 375 diagrams and 227 pages.
Click here for more on Chess Concepts.
You can download several chess tutorial programs at the
Chess software page.
You might like a look at an online chess course
which is being developed. Currently there are 8 questions suitable for novices,
though the last question could be off interest to experienced players,
I hope to expand this in the future.
If you are interested in improving, check out my
coaching page (includes coaching on the net).
If you are interested in transfering games from scoresheet to computer,
check out my game collections page.
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