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by I. A. Horowitz,Fred Reinfeld


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Fred Reinfeld (January 27, 1910 – May 29, 1964) was an American writer on chess and many other subjects

Fred Reinfeld (January 27, 1910 – May 29, 1964) was an American writer on chess and many other subjects. He was also a strong chess master, often among the top ten American players from the early 1930s to the early 1940s, as well as a college chess instructor. Fred Reinfeld was born in New York City, and lived his entire life within its metropolitan area. His father Barnett Reinfeld was of Polish heritage, while his mother Rose (Pogrezelsky) was of Romanian heritage.

First Book of Chess: I. A. Horowitz & Fred Reinfeld. Fischer vs Spassky: Richard Roberts New York Times. I kept five of his book series. I love that Russian Master. I kept Traps and Swindles. The large of Polgar 5334 puzzles it must weigh 10 lbs. Silman's complete endings. Good book covering the games.

Horowitz and Fred Reinfeld. Sometimes the villain is thwarted: more often he gets away with his nefarious deeds. But, in either event, the tales, and their telling, will prove to be instructive and vastly entertaining.

I have rediscovered my modest chess library! This book has a nice premise: the title says it all, "Chess traps, pitfalls, & swindles.

Chess Traps: Pitfalls And Swindles. Horowitz and Fred Reinfeld are well-known and respected writers in the chess world, this one is not on of their better ones frankly. It covers poorly played openings and positions by GMs and what we can learn from them. I have rediscovered my modest chess library! This book has a nice premise: the title says it all, "Chess traps, pitfalls, & swindles. The first part notes that even great players can get duped, such as Alekhine. One piece speaks of baiting a trap. Part II begins with a chapter entitled "'Transparent; Traps and Pitfalls.

Horowitz, I. (Israel Albert), 1907-1973; Reinfeld, Fred, 1910-1964. New York : Simon and Schuster.

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horowitz and fred reinfeld all rights reserved. Including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form a fireside book. Library of congress catalog card number dewey decimal classification number. Chess traps, pitfalls, and swindles. And so Horowitz agreed to put back his King Knight on KNl and earn a dollar by playing : 4. P-KR3??

This is a rich storehouse of Chess 'crimes.

This is a rich storehouse of Chess 'crimes.

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This is a rich storehouse of Chess 'crimes.' Sometimes the villain is thwarted: more often he gets away with his nefarious deeds. But, in either event, the tales, and their telling, will prove to be instructive and vastly entertaining.

Comments: (7)

Sharpbrew
This is an older printing of a book I had when I was a kid learning to play chess almost 50 years ago. I am sure some chess teaching has moved forward, but I cannot believe that the lessons taught in this kind of book are any less valuable than they were when I read it ragged as an eager pre-teen. Hope my son finds it equally amusing and insightful.

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Magis
I read this book as a kid. Now I'm going through it again with my daughter. An adult book, but good for teaching kids.
Painshade
This book helped my game a lot. One drawback is this, I am a chess enthusiasts, so the old scientific notation wasn't a problem for me to decipher with relative ease. Is you are not familiar with old scientific chess notation, this might be a little difficult at first, but worth the time invested. Great book.
Mamuro
This was the first book I ever bought on chess. It was a joy to read, and pulled me in to the richness and complexity of the game.
Highly recommended. It doesn't really require much chess sophistication to read - but will stimulate and educate the reader.
Bill Parr
Zololmaran
I never will be more than a trainee chess player. But this book helped avoid so of my positional mistakes.
Dukinos
Uses older chess reference system but one of the best books I have ever owned. Actually replaced a copy I purchased 40 years ago and is one of the best books to explain what to do as you enter the mid-game. Or snatching victory from the jaws of defeat in end games. Highly recommend this to intermediate level players.
I_LOVE_228
Uses old notation that I cannot understand for the life of me. some of the moves appear just plain wrong. I would avoid this purchase.
Awesome!
Chess Traps: Pitfalls And Swindles (Fireside Chess Library) download epub
Puzzles & Games
Author: I. A. Horowitz,Fred Reinfeld
ISBN: 0671210416
Category: Humor & Entertainment
Subcategory: Puzzles & Games
Language: English
Publisher: Touchstone; Modern Reprint edition (April 15, 1971)
Pages: 256 pages