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Old August 9th 05, 08:50 PM
Robert Norton
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Any suggestions for books to improve one's combination skills?

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Old August 9th 05, 09:20 PM
David Richerby
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Robert Norton wrote:
Any suggestions for books to improve one's combination skills?

Any of the many tactics puzzle books out there, such as Reinfeld's 1001
Checkmates and 1001 Sacrifices and Combinations, the Polgar 5334
combinations book, or the CT-Art software (if you're prepared to consider
software). The most appropriate one will depend on your current level.

Using Google Groups to search for people's comments about these things
here will probably be very useful for you.


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