Complete Book of Chess Strategy

Grandmaster Techniques from A to Z


$18.95

  • 360 Pages
  • 6x9 Paper
  • Siles Press
  • 9781890085018
  • 1-890085-01-4
  • Available electronic format(s):
    Kindle, iBook,

The Complete Book of Chess Strategy has sold over 100,000 copies.

An easy-to-understand guide to chess strategy—conceptual planning—has always been the amateur’s dream. The Complete Book of Chess Strategy makes that dream a reality. This comprehensive guide in dictionary form, the first of its kind, makes all aspects of chess strategy quick, easy, and painlessly accessible to players of all degrees of strength. Each strategic concept is listed alphabetically and followed by a clear, easy-to-absorb explanation accompanied by examples of how this strategy is used in practice.

World Champions such as Steinitz, Capablanca, Petrosian, Fischer, and Karpov have used these strategies in virtually all of their games. Now you can arm yourself with their weapons. As you incorporate these weapons into your own play, they will enrich your appreciation of the game and lead you to one beautiful victory after another.

This book has everything you will ever need to know about the basic building blocks of chess strategy, tactics, and psychology.”
—Tal Shaed, International Grandmaster

“Jeremy Silman is the most instructional writer that I’ve ever had the pleasure to read.”
—Yasser Seirawan, International Grandmaster, World Championship contender, and three-time U.S. Champion

Jeremy Silman

Jeremy Silman is an International Master and a world-class teacher, writer, and player who has won the American Open, the National Open, and the U.S. Open. Considered by many to be the game’s preeminent instructive writer, he is the author of over thirty-seven books, including Silman’s Complete Endgame Course, The Amateur’s Mind, The Complete Book of Chess Strategy, and The Reassess Your Chess Workbook. His website (www.jeremysilman.com) offers fans of the game instruction, book reviews, theoretical articles, and details of his work in the creation of the chess scene in the movie Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.