Publisher: Batsford, 2016, Pages: 238, Paperback
"Strategies and examples for beating a superior opponent in chess"
Chess history is littered with David vs Goliath chess struggles where the weaker player has prevailed. Chess masters, even international grandmasters, can be defeated by young, improving players who use the right techniques and proper attitude.
In David vs Goliath Chess, renowned chess writer Andrew Soltis takes you through 50 annotated games that show how weaker players have scored stunning upsets by overcoming a superior opponent’s greater knowledge and experience.
He gives tips on everything from the best psychological mindset to take on a strong player, to studying your opponents past games, identifying weaknesses and identifying chess strategies he or she won't expect.
A great chess improver book that will benefit any regular chess player, including club players, giving the reader confidence to take on anyone at chess.
- A book covering the aim of every chess player: how to beat a better player
- Learn from some of the best chess upsets in history
- Over 50 great games annotated by International Grandmaster and chess writer Andrew Soltis
International Grandmaster Andrew Soltis is chess correspondent for the New York Post and a very popular chess writer. He is the author of many books including What it Takes to Become a Chess Master, Studying Chess Made Easy and David Vs Goliath Chess.