Reassess Your Chess Workbook, The

How to Master Chess Imbalances


$19.95

  • 425 Pages
  • 6x9 Paper
  • Glossary
  • Siles Press
  • 9781890085056
  • 1-890085-05-7

In this comprehensive workbook, International Master Jeremy Silman tests a player’s strengths and weaknesses with 131 problems that cover openings, tactical and positional middlegames, and endgames.

Unique among books that present problems and their solutions, but offer little of actual instruction, The Reassess Your Chess Workbook takes the player through the processes of problem solving and analysis and provides advice and instruction that ultimately helps him discover the major flaws imbedded in his play. Through this method, the player is led to an understanding of a thought system that will add hundreds of rating points to his chess strength.

This workbook may be used in the problem/solution manner described above or its section of solutions may be read as an instruction manual itself. However one chooses to read this book, it will surely prove a font of wisdom and insight for all students of the game.

How to Reassess Your Chess and The Reassess Your Chess Workbook should be among the first books bought by players who want to improve their game. Highly recommended!”
—Larry Christiansen, International Grandmaster, 1980 and 1983 U.S. Champion

“Silman’s clarity of presentation and humorous personality have come together in this workbook to create the ultimate learning tool.”
—Patrick Hummel, FIDE Master. 1999 U.S. National High School Champion

“I wish I could be a beginner again. This book makes learning about chess incredibly fun!”
—Alex Yermolinsky, 1996 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.