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[eBook] Free: "Chess: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners" $0 @ Amazon AU, US

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Looks like Cory Klein has made all his chess books free again

Chess: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners – A Comprehensive and Simplified Introduction to the Game of Chess (openings, tactics, strategy)

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Chess Openings for Beginners: A Comprehensive and Simplified Guide to Chess Openings

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Chess Middlegame for Beginners: The Complete Tactics and Strategy Guide for Beginners

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Chess Endgame for Beginners: The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Delivering Checkmate

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Chess Games of Legends: 20 Legendary Grandmaster Games Narrated, Illustrated, and Analyzed.

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  • +8

    You purchased this item on 17 July 2020.

    • +6

      You purchased this item on November 8, 2018

      • +3

        lol me too.
        You purchased this item on 6 August 2020.

        • You purchased this item on 18 July 2020

      • +5

        November 7, 2020. Someday I’ll read a book I got free from Ozbargain…

      • +2

        You purchased this item on January 19, 2019.

    • You purchased this item on 7 August 2020.

    • Checkmate?

  • we need a subscription?

    • No, they are free on Amazon

    • You need to press "buy now for free" and not "read now"

  • +12

    I'll check it out.. mate

    • +5

      I would stop horsing around and read the books.

      The author is the king of chess books.
      If there was a hard copy id store it in my castle

      • +1

        The pawns of puns have arrived, as expected.

  • I got all books, still a good deal

  • +2

    Do note that this wont make you Beth Harmon.

    • +1

      It's Okay, just need to know the Queen's Gambit.

  • +4

    Thanks for the suggestion.
    I’ll give it a check-mate.

    I’ll see myself out…

  • +1

    Apparently, got all the books in the bag since last year. Good to know I guess.

  • +4

    Cheers, I'll be up all knight reading these

    • -1

      same, it rooks like a pretty good deal for $0.

      • +1

        You need spell-check,mate.

  • +3

    Getting board of all these chess puns…

  • this or chess.com subscription?

    • +1

      Lichess

    • Chess.com subscription is awesome
      I started with no chess experience in March and I’m pretty good now

    • You can join chess dot com without paying money.

      Although you don’t get much in the way for learning resources there for $0.

  • I'll check it out

  • +1

    Can’t believe all the links I clicked on showed I have already purchased this. Haha

  • anyone actually read these or just download cause its free

    • you'd read if you have an interest on the game or suggest it to youngesters who are still learning the game. we used to learn from paperbacks 20 years ago, sigh!

    • My kid wants to learn and I’m absolutely atrocious. Figure if I read a bit I might actually be able to help him.

  • +2

    I don't know what's stranger… the fact that I read the title as "Cheese: the ultimate guide for beginners", or that I was thrilled to find a book for beginning with cheese.

  • You can say horses instead of knights, castles instead of rooks, hell you can even say chest instead of chess. Just stop saying prawns!

  • +2

    Is it like every other chess book for beginners?

    Chapter 1: Chess is played on a board of 64 squares, alternating black and white. This is the king, the queen, the bishop, the knight, the rook, and the pawn. They move like this.

    Chapter 2: The Steinitz Variation in the Caro-Kann Defence - can it reduce IQPs arising from the Panov–Botvinnik Attack?

  • Time to make my move…

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