Saitek Chess Trainer Maephisto Version
If you are the ardent follower and player of the chess game you will be so glad to become the proud owner of this stylishly exclusive set of Maephisto version known as Saitek Chess trainer
. Even you aspire to know the basic rules of playing this game you will be kindly introduced to play it with flair up. This one of a kind chess board game was cleverly formulated with a customized strategy that helps you as you play chess on a sensory board, ensuring you make all the right moves. This electronic chess set includes Alecs animated face, responding to your move selection. With 11 Teaching Modes, hints, and a built-in chess clock, you are sure to acquire a more competitive chess game. For you to master the trend and technique of this game all you will need to do is by you referring to the instructional manual, or perhaps if you are not that kind of person who doesn’t like to read manuals, you will need to possess the strategic and tactical mind that expects to think creatively off your feet so that you can sway your opponents. The pieces are divided, by convention, into white and black sets. The players are referred to as "White" and "Black", and each begins the game with sixteen pieces of the specified color. These consist of one king, one queen, two rooks, two bishops, two knights, and eight pawns. In terms of the movements, you will be expected to move first, and thereafter initial move, the players alternately move one piece at a time (with the exception of castling, when two pieces are moved). Pieces are moved to either an unoccupied square or one occupied by an opponent's piece, which is captured and removed from play. With the sole exception of en passant, all pieces capture opponent's pieces by moving to the square that the opponent's piece occupies. A player may not make any move that would put or leave his king under attack. If the player to move has no legal moves, the game is over; it is either a checkmate, if the king is under attack, or a stalemate if the king is not.
Alternatively, if you want to grasp and learn the basics theoretically then you will need to hook yourself up with this book called Learn Chess - John Nunn
which the author himself played the game and was crowned as the Gold-medal winner back in his prime years and here he assists you on how to become a successful chess player. In this book John Nunn chiefly tackle the fundamentals of chess (no prior knowledge is presumed) by using the simplified approach in order for the reader to learn step-by-step, with each new point illustrated by clear examples. By the end of the book, the reader will be fully ready to take on opponents across the board, or on the Internet, and start winning. Topics include: the rules of chess, chess notation, how to win material, attacking play, the opening, the middle game, and the endgame and lastly chess psychology.
So what more would you want to gain again when this imperative tasks have been dealt with? Probably the rest that you need to deal with is to deeply enjoy the game intensively. Kindly log in to our online site wantitall.co.za to have yourself these chess games sets and tutorial books that helps you to be sharp and crisp on your game.