Play Winning Chess Against Computers

Play Winning Chess Against Computers : Anti-Computer Chess Openings, Strategy and Tactics

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Play Winning Chess Against Computers Chess computers are great. As chess players We get a quality opponent ready to play whenever we are. Whether it's at home on a desktop or out with a laptop, or even on a smartphone. The only problem is the that the things are just so darn hard to beat! Now with this new book by National Master Eric Dana you will learn the secrets to beating the chess computers. This is not to say that you will always win, some of these programs are rated higher than the top players in the world. This book cannot promise that, but it will promise to improve your chances and score much better when playing against the machines. Some chapters include: The history of computer chess How computers play chess (What they do well, and what they do poorly) General tips when playing against computers Three specific plans to win or draw more often How to handle online chess players who use computers to cheat Resources relating to computer chess (including free software & films) This ebook is loaded with diagrams so that it is easy to read without a chessboard (although you will get more out of the book if you do follow along with a chess set). Please note that this book assumes you know how to play chess, read chess notation, and understand common chess terminology. In short, this is the most complete book ever written on defeating computers at chess.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 76 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 4.57mm | 167.83g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508636974
  • 9781508636977
  • 82,423