One Move at a Time: How to Play and Win at Chess . . . and Life (Made for Success)

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9781481506441: One Move at a Time: How to Play and Win at Chess . . . and Life (Made for Success)

[Includes Bonus Disc with figures]
[Read by Gary J. Chambers]

Learn to play chess the fun and easy way while you learn what it takes to be successful in life. One Move at a Time reveals twenty proven ways to succeed at the game of kings - or at anything else you desire. It uses kid- and teen-friendly language to teach you fun, simple ways to memorize how the game is set up and how the pieces move; the ''smart start'' that gains you a quick advantage from your first few moves; seven strategies to turn beginning players into fast winners; and how to go for ''the big win.'' Plus, you'll learn twenty life lessons you can take from the chess board to make you a success at everything you do.

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A former Alabama State Trooper, Orrin Hudson won the Birmingham City Chess Championships in 1999 and 2000. Soon after, he formed Be Someone, a non-profit that has used chess to help 16,000 children believe in themselves. Orrin received the National Self-Esteem Award and a dozen other community service awards from organizations that include the Atlanta Braves, TBS, Harvard and the NAACP.

About the Author:

Orrin ''Checkmate'' Hudson, founder of Be Someone, Inc., is an award-winning motivational speaker and author whose work has been featured nationally on CNN, Good Morning America, and CBS's Early Show, as well as in People magazine, Essence, and USA Today.

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