Best Intermediate Chess Books

1. Simple Chess: Move by Move by Neil McDonald (2005): This book is perfect for the intermediate player, providing an easy-to-follow structure to help players learn new strategies and improve their game. The book covers all aspects of the game, from opening principles to tactical motifs and endgame theory.

2. Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking: From the First Move to the Last by Neil McDonald (2006): This book is an in-depth guide for the intermediate player, providing an easy-to-follow structure that teaches players how to think logically about the game. It covers all aspects of the game, from opening principles to tactical motifs and endgame theory.

3. Chess Strategy for the Tournament Player by Edmar Mednis (2003): This book is an excellent resource for the intermediate player, providing a comprehensive overview of chess strategy. It covers all aspects of the game, from opening principles to tactical motifs and endgame theory.

4. Chess Strategy in Action by John Watson (2002): This book is perfect for the intermediate player, providing an easy-to-follow structure that teaches players how to think logically about the game. It covers all aspects of the game, from opening principles to tactical motifs and endgame theory.

5. The Amateur’s Mind: Turning Chess Misconceptions into Chess Mastery by Jeremy Silman (1999): This book is an excellent resource for the intermediate player, providing an easy-to-follow structure that teaches players how to think logically about the game. It covers all aspects of the game, from opening principles to tactical motifs and endgame theory.