Common Sense in Chess
A ChessCentral E-Book
Lasker's Common Sense in Chess has always been one of the standard
works in chess literature, enjoying a place on the "short list" of required
reading for over 100 years. Simply stated, the book records a series of lectures
given by Emanuel Lasker, the 2nd World Chess Champion, before an
audience of London players in early 1895. Yet Lasker's statement of his chess
philosophy, his clear presentation of the principles of chess play, has elevated
these lectures to a place far beyond the mere fulfillment of a speaking
engagement. Here we have a classic and timeless guidebook that has benefited
generations of chess players. Anyone who has learned the rules of chess will be
amply repaid for his study of Lasker's Common Sense in Chess.
This digital edition re-creates Lasker's famous speaking engagement, and
offers you a front row seat in the lecture hall! Don't miss this opportunity to
learn from the World Champion - download Common Sense in Chess today!
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