Teach chess in the 1800-2000 USCF range

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jplchess
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Teach chess in the 1800-2000 USCF range

Post by jplchess » Wed Apr 05, 2017 11:38 pm

To chess community:
Other than "Reassess Your Chess" and ("Chessmaster" software) what books or software are good for the Class A human chessplayer.
Jonathan Lee

Sean Evans
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Re: Teach chess in the 1800-2000 USCF range

Post by Sean Evans » Sat Apr 08, 2017 12:48 pm

jplchess wrote:To chess community:
Other than "Reassess Your Chess" and ("Chessmaster" software) what books or software are good for the Class A human chessplayer.
Jonathan Lee
At that level you have to study chess openings and endgame books. You already know the general principles of chess.

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