Ten Ways to Succeed in Chess

Ten Ways to Chess Success

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These pages go with some books written by Tim Onions and Dave Regis.

The books are for young chess players interested in improving their game -- and for adults who know players like this!

If you haven't seen the books there are sample pages on Tim's site: Openings / Middlegame / Endgame / Puzzles 1

[cool blue cat] All our books have a large clear layout illustrated with many diagrams to make them easy to follow and cartoons to lighten the mix.

 Our rather cool blue cat is always on hand to give you advice.

 The books have had consistently good reviews and are one of the best sellers on book stalls for young players.


Two things happen when we write books:
  1. We always have some things that we wanted to fit in but didn't have room for, and

  2. If we recommend some other books, they go out of print by the time you are reading our book.

So, we have listed our favourite books on Tim's website, and given you the extra bits here!  The extra bits don't have the same sort of comments and layout that we put into the books , but we hope you will learn something from them.

You can see all the examples and play them on your own computer using a chess programme, then you can download: all the Game(s) in PGN format.

Ten ways to succeed in the Opening
What to read next
What was squeezed out
Ten ways to succeed in the Middlegame
What to read next
What was squeezed out
Ten ways to succeed in the Endgame
What to read next
What was squeezed out
Chess Puzzles 1
What to read next
What was squeezed out
Chess Puzzles 2
What to read next
What was squeezed out

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Ten ways to succeed in the Opening: What got squeezed out

Ten ways to succeed in the Middlegame: What got squeezed out

Ten ways to succeed in the Endgame: What got squeezed out

Chess Puzzles 1: What got squeezed out...

...mostly went into the second book!

But if you've come this far, here are a set of our favourite combinations.  They're much harder than anything you find in the book, and are really to be enjoyed and not solved.

Chess Puzzles 2: What got squeezed out...

Game(s) in PGN

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