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Description: First Edition. A classic of Russian chess printed in English and complete for the first time, written by Victor Henkin a popular Russian chess writer and a Grandmaster.
Filled with chess tactics for every level of play and how to consistenly deliver checkmate. Out of print in paperback, available on Kindle. Illustrated throughout in black and white.
The front bottom corner of the cover is bumped. In our Beavercreek store. Dimensions: Quarto 9. It contains a wealth of elegant and sophisticated chess tactics as well as systematic and effective instruction. Each chapter covers a different piece or combination of pieces that is able to deliver checkmate, and provides illustrative templates for just about every mating formation.
By working through the book, readers will develop their ability to recognise the potential for a checkmate, as well as the know-how to execute one.
Clearly written and beautifully organised, it will appeal to both club and tournament players. Condition: -- HPB condition ratings. HPB pick - Out of stock. See all available copies.
1000 Checkmate Combinations - Victor Khenkin
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This book by V. Khenkin has not been discussed in this forum and with very few amazon reviews from users I am reaching out to people that have work with it to ask their opinion. Books that are alternative to the one I am refering to have been commented consistently in this forum so we can keep our attention on Khenkin's to have a sharp thread. I would appreciate your comments on any aspect such as content, quality, usefulness, etc that you would like to write about. I have the book but haven't started in on it yet, as I'm working on another book right now Forcing Chess Moves.