Saric - The open sicilian. An ambitious white repertoire for club players ( Hardcover)
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Le Roi des échecs est une version très simple et amusante pour apprendre aux enfants à jouer aux échecs. Il se base sur des histoires et des personnages sympathiques et colorés. Il contient également toute une série de 30 mini-jeux très simples afin de familiariser l'enfant aux règles du jeu d'échecs. Le grand intérêt de ce jeu est de proposer une approche du jeu d'échecs dès 3 ans. Ce jeu a reçu de nombreux prix à travers le monde et notamment cette année, il a reçu le prix du jeu pour enfants en Belgique.
Le roi des echecs est livré avec:
32 pièces d'échecs thématisées
32 silhouettes de personnages
30 jetons pourles mini-jeux
2 sacs de rangement pour les pièces
1 livre d'histoires Le Roi des échecs
1 plateau d'échecs double-face
- High density, staple free bristle board
- Ideal for using in tournaments, clubs, pubs and at home
- Perfect for beginners and amateurs
- Essential to develop and improve your skills
- Suitable for players of all ages
- Included components: 1 x Harrows Pro Matchplay Dartboard
- Style name: Sport
- Department name: Unisex-Youth
- Sport type: Exercise & Fitness
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About the Author:
Jaan Ehlvest is a grandmaster from Tallinn, Estonia. He won the 1980 USSR Junior Chess Championship when he was 18 and in 1983, the European Junior Championship. He was champion of Estonia in 1986 and was a member of the gold medal-winning Soviet Union team at the 28th Chess Olympiad in Thessaloniki 1988. He played for Estonia in the Chess Olympiads of 1992-2004. This is his first book for Russell Enterprises. 240 pages