Grandmaster John Nunn describes how to improve your chess results by making the most of your existing talent. Based on over three decades of top-level experience, he provides practical advice on all phases of the game, paying particular attention to thinking methods and common errors. A section on using the computer describes how to use playing engines and databases for opening preparation. This highly popular work is now available in a Kindle edition.
John Nunn has won four individual gold medals in Chess Olympiads, and was three times World Chess Problem Solving Champion.
This course helps readers maximise their effectiveness as chess players by putting their existing talents to best use and avoiding standard pitfalls. Nunn focuses on key practical issues which are often neglected in chess literature.'