Letter #07 - 2001
4/12/01 4:52:10 pm PDT
From: Carlos Romero (Honduras)
I just found your site, which is very complete.
I am an amateur player in Honduras and I'd like to learn well but to start with, I need to study the
openings in depth.
I would like that you recommend me the best book to learn Chess openings and tricks to surprise my friends here.
Thank you and I'll wait for your answer.
There are so many books about Chess that to tell which is the best would be impossible since it is necessary to read them all and then to decide the one that could be the best. One thing is for sure: any book about Chess
openings theory is good.
Another way to improve your game is to play a lot regardless of winning or losing and also reviewing great players games such as Fischer, Kasparov, Capablanca, etc.
If you won't have the means of buying a Chess book, it doesn't matter much since with Internet access, you practically can get for free all the information of any Chess topic you may wish to.
Thank you for visiting us,