Forcing Chess Moves
Editorial Praise for:
FORCING CHESS MOVES, By Charles Hertan
New In Chess, 2008
Joel Benjamin, former US Champion:
"By organizing and explaining the nature of great chess moves Hertan has brought us all closer to being able to find them."
Danny King, The Guardian:
"Hertan encourages us to think with 'computer eyes', by first examining all the forcing moves (checks, captures, threats), no matter how daft they seem. Why? Not because forcing moves are always the best, but when they do work, they tend to work better and quicker than non-forcing options."
Marsh Towers Chess Reviews:
"Hertan develops the reader's skills methodically, thus enabling each tactical lesson to be learned and absorbed properly."
Erik Bouwmans, Schaaknieuws:
"Entertaining and instructive (...) you simply cannot stop looking."
Stephen Dann, Worcester Telegram & Gazette:
"The price is low for a volume with so many pages and so much content."
Cor Jansen, Provinciaalse Zeeuwse Courant:
"Thrilling, instructive and witty. Right on target."
Francesco Benetti, Torre & Cavallo:
"Complete and entertaining."