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Dramatically improve your chess game and knowledge of chess critical fundamentals 

If you're still baffled with some chess players making brilliant chess moves which you can't think of - then this eBook is for you!

Becoming well versed with advanced and excellent moves is not that hard for some who mastered chess their whole life - and will take years for us, especially if you don't have the right tools at your disposal!

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Master The First Principles

Most of the time, chess beginners don't understand each piece's power; the First Principles will teach students how to use each chess piece's power! 

Master Important End Game Strategies

The author of this book (J.R Capablanca) is a huge advocate of studying the end game for beginners and advanced players. This eBook has a dedicated chapter on mastering the end game strategies.

Study Direct Attacks

Other chess players try to think of an advance move to checkmate their opponent but lose after. Direct attacks will help you determine if you continue with better positioning or attack and checkmate your opponent.

Principles of Knight and Bishop Checkmate

Some chess players think they already know how to checkmate their opponents' King with a Knight and a Bishop. Till they actually have to checkmate their opponent with a Knight and a Bishop.

Stop Losing in the Middle Game

Beginners who don't understand how to win in the middle game will have a hard time progressing in chess. You will find actual winning games and explanation in the middle game by the world chess champion himself (J.R. Capablanca)

Study Pawn Progression Skills

Some chess players know the importance of Pawns in a game; having the right skills to take advantage of their Pawns is crucial in chess. This eBook has three chapters that will help you enhance your Pawn Progression skills!



Pages of the complete chess learnings without the fluff!


Chess game examples designed to master the essential aspect of the game.


Illustrative games that will increase your knowledge with different chess variations played by the world chess champion.


Chapters that are considered the standard for learning the game of chess.

“Chess books should be used as we use glasses: to assist the sight, although some players make use of them as if they thought they conferred sight”

José Raúl Capablanca
Author of The Chess Fundamentals


You can blunder and make mistakes even if you think you are already winning, especially in end games like:

(1) The proper way, generally, in an ending, is to have your Pawns on squares of the opposite color to that of your own Bishop and

(2) In a particular ending, one should remember that the King must not only be driven to the edge of the board but also into a corner.