Chess Camp Vol. 2
113 Seiten, gebunden, Mongoose, 1. Auflage 2010
Chess Camp is a new training system for beginning chessplayers, and for the parents and coaches who teach them. Starting with simple problems to illustrate key concepts, and then progressing to more complex positions, the student will learn by doing, methodically integrating new information with previous knowledge while building effective thinking habits at the board.
In the first volume, Move, Attack, and Capture, the student will discover how the chess pieces move; start to get a feel for the chessboard; learn to look for threats, captures, and elementary tactics; and develop an understanding of what each piece can do for his or her position - and against the opponent's.
The second volume in this series, Simple Checkmates, contains 618 structured problems, exercises, and fun puzzles that will help the student to: 1) learn basic checkmate patterns in the opening, middlegame, and endgame; 2) see when checkmate is imminent; and 3) understand that material isn't everything, as just a few pieces can defeat a whole opposing army.
In Checkmates with Many Pieces, the third volume in the series, the student will: 1) find his or her way to mate in more complex positions; 2) start to learn the chess openings and their respective typical checkmating scenarios; 3) begin to apply basic tactical tools such as the pin, discovered check, and double check; and 4) see the great difference that small changes can make in a position.
Igor Sukhin has been using the game of chess for more than two decades to teach children. His books have been selected repeatedly as recommended reading by the Russian Department of Education.
The author of the acclaimed children's chess book Gary's Adventures in Chess Country (also published by Mongoose Press), Sukhin has written more than 100 titles, with over a million copies currently in print.
005 Note for Coaches, Parents, Teachers, and Trainers
Positions with Three Pieces
007 King + one piece vs. king
Positions with Four Pieces
012 King + one piece vs. king + one piece
036 King + two pieces vs. king
Positions with Five Pieces
054 King + one piece vs. king + two pieces
080 King + two pieces vs. king + one piece
087 King + three pieces vs. king
106 The king fell off the board!
107 Stolen piece!
108 Fill in the color of the pieces