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Book Review - Opening Theory Made Easy (20 Strategic Principles to Improve Your Opening Game)

Jim S.
Jim_Story
Omaha, NE
Post #: 24
Book Review - Opening Theory Made Easy (20 Strategic Principles to Improve Your Opening Game) by Otake HIdeo, 9 Dan. Kiseido Publishing Company.

I found this to be a pretty good beginner's book on the Opening principles. As always, though, sometimes the author assumes that what is obvious to them is, also, obvious to me! Haha. However, in general I would recommend the book. It reaffirmed what I had already learned and helped me to understand a few things that I hadn't yet learned or I wasn't clear about.

Jim Story
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