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Date: 27 Dec 2008 05:55:03
From: The Great Pawn Hunter
Subject: Book: The Great Pawn Hunter at Amazon.com
Hi everyone,

I am an author of a book called The Great Pawn Hunter Chess Tutorial
which teaches chess through literary means. There are 38 short
stories in the book which follow the adventures of the Great Pawn
Hunter and his friends The Restless Knight, Old Maestro, The Talker
and others. Along the way a player picks up chess instruction. Many
ideas are exemplified such as quartgrip, destroying pawn shield,
simplification, discovered attacks, clearance sacrifices and many many
others. There are 17 complete chess games in algebraic notation.
There is also uplifting poetry (some faithful) in between the stories
and games. It is meant for a younger audiance around 11 years and
up. A knowledge of algebraic chess notation is required for the
games. I wish you peace and may you find that bit of knowledge that
brings you to the next level in chess.

God bless,

The Great Pawn Hunter
P.s.
Here is a link to the book on Amazon.com http://tinyurl.com/93bs58




 
Date: 30 Dec 2008 23:01:29
From: Rob
Subject: Re: Book: The Great Pawn Hunter at Amazon.com
On Dec 27, 7:55=A0am, The Great Pawn Hunter <manusfe...@aol.com > wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>
> I am an author of a book called The Great Pawn Hunter Chess Tutorial
> which teaches chess through literary means. =A0There are 38 short
> stories in the book which follow the adventures of the Great Pawn
> Hunter and his friends The Restless Knight, Old Maestro, The Talker
> and others. Along the way a player picks up chess instruction. =A0Many
> ideas are exemplified such as quartgrip, destroying pawn shield,
> simplification, discovered attacks, clearance sacrifices and many many
> others. =A0There are 17 complete chess games in algebraic notation.
> There is also uplifting poetry (some faithful) in between the stories
> and games. =A0It is meant for a younger audiance around 11 years and
> up. =A0A knowledge of algebraic chess notation is required for the
> games. =A0I wish you peace and may you find that bit of knowledge that
> brings you to the next level in chess.
>
> God bless,
>
> The Great Pawn Hunter
> P.s.
> Here is a link to the book on Amazon.com =A0http://tinyurl.com/93bs58

great news!


 
Date: 29 Dec 2008 11:14:59
From: chessparrot
Subject: Re: Book: The Great Pawn Hunter at Amazon.com
On Dec 27, 1:55=A0pm, The Great Pawn Hunter <manusfe...@aol.com > wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>
> I am an author of a book called The Great Pawn Hunter Chess Tutorial
> which teaches chess through literary means. =A0There are 38 short
> stories in the book which follow the adventures of the Great Pawn
> Hunter and his friends The Restless Knight, Old Maestro, The Talker
> and others. Along the way a player picks up chess instruction. =A0Many
> ideas are exemplified such as quartgrip, destroying pawn shield,
> simplification, discovered attacks, clearance sacrifices and many many
> others. =A0There are 17 complete chess games in algebraic notation.
> There is also uplifting poetry (some faithful) in between the stories
> and games. =A0It is meant for a younger audiance around 11 years and
> up. =A0A knowledge of algebraic chess notation is required for the
> games. =A0I wish you peace and may you find that bit of knowledge that
> brings you to the next level in chess.
>
> God bless
>
> The Great Pawn Hunter
> P.s.
> Here is a link to the book on Amazon.com =A0http://tinyurl.com/93bs58

looks very interesting! Please join me if you'd like:
http://games.groups.yahoo.com/group/chessparrot

thanks

James Pratt (Basingstoke!)