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The Great Courses :
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Episode 24 Picking a Chess Hero Episode 2 Secrets of the Pawns and Knights Episode 18 Chess Endgames and the King's Magical Powers Episode 7 Checkmate against a Castled King Episode 8 Legendary Attacking Greats of Chess Episode 10 Chess Heroes of the Romantic Age Episode 15 Chess Statics vs. Dynamics: An Eternal Battle Episode 4 Must-Know Tactical Patterns in Chess Episode 11 Open Files and the Positional Rook Episode 23 Chess Amateur's Mind Episode 3 Castling, Checkmate, Chess Engines, Draws Episode 13 Positional Weaknesses and Targets in Chess Episode 21 Chess Openings: The Right and Wrong Way Episode 5 Chess Combinations and Kings in Check Episode 22 Chess Psychology and the Known Unknown Episode 6 Checkmate! Back-Rank, Smothered, and More Episode 12 Pawns: The Positional Soul of Chess Episode 19 Kings and Pawns in Next-Level Endgames Episode 16 Using Chessboard Imbalances to Create Plans Episode 17 Legendary Teachers Who Transformed Chess Episode 14 Closed and Open Positions on the Chessboard Episode 20 Triangulation and Two Critical Rook Endgames Episode 1 World of Chess Episode 9 A Cascade of Short, Brutal Chess Games!.
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|Participant or Performer Note:
|| Lecturer: Jeremy Silman, international master.
|| Chess is a sport, a science, and an art. The fun of the game is that anyone can play, and there is always something more to learn-especially with the right guide. From the basics of the game to advanced strategy and tactics, and everything in between, How to Play Chess: Lessons from an International Master is any chess enthusiast's opportunity to enhance your understanding of the game.
|Target Audience Note:
|| Rated TVPG.
|System Details Note:
|| Mode of access: World Wide Web.