Good command of strategy and tactics are the key to success in chess. Tactical skill can enhance your strategic ability, by broadening the range of positions where you know you can exploit a weakness in your opponent’s position.
Arranged by level of difficulty from two-move shockers to four-move combinations, Volume 2 presents the best tactical shots by famous chessplayers from Boris Spassky and Bent Larsen in the early 1960s to Garry Kasparov and Vishy Anand in the late ’90s.
About the Author
A veteran of hundreds of tournaments in online, postal and over-the-board competition, Bill Harvey has taught chess in schools for a dozen years in the Washington, D.C. area, and edited two chess puzzle columns