Chess mazes 2
Recommended by chess coaches all over the world as the best training course to improve your visualization skills!
When the first volume of Chess Mazes was released, it was an immediate hit with both chess instructors and students. It was a completely new kind of chess exercise to help develop your chessplaying visualization skills.
Author Bruce Alberston's method teaches you an essential chess playing skill: how to improve the position of your pieces by SEEING often five to ten moves ahead.
In Chess Mazes 2, Alberston has created another 216 fascinating exercises.
This book is geared for intermediate and advanced beginners. Designed to keep pace with a student’s increasing development, the chapters appear in progressive order of difficulty, and form a chess course in itself.
As German International Grandmaster Karsten Mueller observed in his Introduction to the first volume, solving Chess Maze puzzles is also an "excellent training to avoid one-move blunders!"
American Master Bruce Alberston is a popular chess writer. His books have been instructing chess players worldwide for more than two decades.